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    Raw, emotional YA romance

    There are some books you just know will knock you sideways emotionally. Between the blurb and the author, I expected Finding Home would be one of those, and I wasn’t wrong. Finding Home is a Young Adult, hurt/comfort romance in which two foster brothers meet, find strength in each other, and fall in love. If you are a fan of books that leave their mark on your heart, this is definitely worth the read. This standalone leads with a powerful prologue in which the author introduces Leo to the reader and describes a horrific single night which is the culmination of years of abuse by his father. The emotional start gives a clear picture of Leo and his sister’s trauma, ensuring even the slightest concessions Leo makes are appreciated as he tries to adjust to life with his newest foster family, the Poultons. I enjoyed seeing him grow and find strength in himself while learning to trust others. Leo’s foster brother, Charlie, has been with the Poultons most of his life and seems well-adjusted. His quiet strength and steadiness was the perfect contrast to Leo’s brashness and lashing out. The soulful connection between these two teenagers came through immediately. The writing depicted their emotions in vivid detail as they battled themselves, outside influences and worries, and occasionally each other, and I quickly found myself immersed in their story. As this is a Young Adult book, the romance stays pretty PG, focusing on the emotional development individually and then as a couple, making for a memorable story that pulled at my heartstrings. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*

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