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Four More Words

Wow. This is my third Aurora Stenulson read and every one gets better and better. She writes incredibly real contemporary romance stories and this one was no exception. In fact, in the end acknowledgements of the novel, Stenulson admits to pulling real life situations as inspiration for this book.

Taking inspiration from her own life and putting it out there for the world is brave and scary and emotional and she did it so well. No one does gut-wrenching stories like this. She has a very familiar style similar to Colleen Hoover who is known for intense plot twists. This book had me on a rollercoaster of emotions and I was hanging on every word until the very last page.

If you like realistic fiction, brother’s best friend, contemporary romance, this is the book for you. My heart was ripped out and is still somewhere in those pages right now and I loved it. I felt everything our main characters felt and was rooting for them the entire time. When an author makes me feel that much with words alone, I won’t stop recommending it.

Thank you, thank you, thank you Aurora for writing this story and for sending me this ARC! I did not take it for granted and appreciate you so much. You are so talented and I hope everyone that reads this sees what I see <3

Book Rating: 5/5

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