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  • Pieces of a Whole

    If you have ever wondered what it would be like to have OCD, look no further. This story will allow you to see it, plainly. Groups of three. These are Amy's perfection. Groups of seven are Colton's desire. Together they make each other whole. Together they can quiet the distracting Noise.

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  • Riveting romance with an original twist

    LOVED this book. What a great look inside the world of OCD. Both characters are believable and engaging and the story is riveting. The romance is epic and perfectly adapted to the characters.

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  • Unique story

    This is a fabulous story, that will take you through the struggles and trial of somebody suffering from OCD. I don't want to give this story away. Amy never goes out of her house and only have friends online like Equilibre(Colton). One day things change and she meets him and he seem to be able to help her and calm her. This story is quite intriguing and unique. I honestly reviewed an arc copy.

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  • If it ain't broke, don't fix it

    In Jennifer Bene’s “Crazy Broken Love”, I will readily confess that the story gave me chills. I am in absolute awe of what Ms. Bene wrote. As someone with family members with varying intensities of OCD, I’ve had long discussions with them about “the Noise” and this story brought it home for me far better than all the discussions we’ve had because I now realize, they were tempered for my benefit. But this…this was stark. Raw. Intense. When the noise and the fear take over for Amy, I felt it far stronger than any horror story. And then she balanced it with the symmetry and safety of numbers, which become like a cool towel placed on fevered skin. And as I read the story, I found myself counting along with the characters, which might be a bad thing, but it gave the story a measured pace that I hadn’t noticed before in other books I’ve read. It also, for some reason, made the ending that much more satisfying.

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  • Unique love

    Amy's world consists of 3's, it's the only way things work for her. She never leaves her house but she does have friends online...mainly Equilibre. Then one day her world gets turned upside down and she meets Colton, but maybe she's met him before...he seems to know how to quiet The Noise. This book threw me for a loop! Never have I ever read a book so unique and strange, yet loving and understanding. It's a window into the OCD world, a world I know all too well sometimes.

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