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Desolate by Autumn Grey


'@Autumngrey26 SLAYS in her new NA novel that you won't be able to put down. ALL THE FEELS, GUYS!
Desolate by Autumn Grey

2 years ago


Guys. I haven't read a new author that kicked my emotional ass in such a long while and Autumn was exactly what I didn't know I needed. This book was AMAZING. Absolutely filled with angst and YES to the BRIM! Write this name down because she's about to make waves.

I loved this for real guys. This is the first novel in a trilogy and it was absolutely fantastic. Not only did I cry, but I also laughed and swooned and ALL THE ANGST. This novel is an NA read that breaks the mold for it and drives you nuts.

The characters in this book have gone though so much to shape who they are and you see it in their decisions and mannerisms. They may be young, but they are so old in some ways. It was such a wild ride and some of their one liners to each other BROKE me. I cannot, I seriously mean it, I cannot wait for the next book from this author because she is a MUST READ! Don't miss this. Please, GO get your heart hurt and laugh a little while you do it.

You don't want to miss Sol and Gracie.

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Synopsis:

There are angels and demons at war inside my head.

I had it all figured out: finish high school, attend seminary and finally answer my calling of becoming a priest. What I hadn’t counted in the equation was her.

Grace Miller.

The girl who was always out of my reach. The girl who still makes me lose my breath with just a look.

Little did I know she would become my temptation and vice, and quite possibly, my ruin.

Now I’m standing at a crossroads, and my head is a battlefield. How do I choose sides when it means losing a part of who I am?

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