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    Contemporary with a great message.

    Genevieve Grace wakes up in the hospital with no recollection of how she got there, and she keeps asking where her boyfriend is. Soon, she finds out that she was in an accident, she had been in a coma, and her boyfriend, Dallas, didn't make it. Genevieve suffered a life threatening brain injury, so she doesn't remember the accident at all. Brad Freeman, the other man in the accident, had been drinking and driving, so it was obviously his fault right? We follow Genevieve in this story as she tries to cope with the accident, the loss of her boyfriend, and her regaining her memories of the accident. She decides to get a much needed break from her surroundings, and she moves from St Louis to her dad's in Utah. While she is volunteering at Zion National Park, she starts to regain her memory and starts to wonder if the accident may have been her fault. The characters were great, the setting was great, the plot was great. I honestly could not give this book as many stars as it deserves because goodreads allows only 5. ALL THE STARS. The family dynamic is fantastic as well. Most of the time, family is a forgotten aspect in YA books, but I love how important family is to multiple characters in this book. This book has such important messages behind it. Some I will not touch on because spoilers, but it really hits home about telling the truth and internet shaming. We all know how easy it is to get involved with news stories online, and we quickly pass judgment. Odds are, the whole story is not being given from whatever news outlet we hear it from, and also, the things that are said can have awful repercussions on others. These are such important things, and Paula Stokes did a fantastic job portraying it realistically and showing the ramifications of these actions. Please read this. It is so good. Paula Stokes was already an "auto buy" author for me, and she is one of my favorites, but now I love her writing even more.

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