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The Tension of Opposites by Kristina McBride
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Sep 12, 2011

really liked it

This is a book that begs to be read and urges to be reviewed. Tessa has spent the last two years of her life worried, nervous, and fearful. Her life long best friend went missing, and not a trace of her whereabouts had been found. Everyone believed Noelle to be dead.

That is, until she calls and tells her brother that she has a plan to rid herself of her captor and to get him arrested also. Noelle's return shocks everyone in their town, but especially her family and Tessa.

But Noelle has dramatically changed. Her captor did unimaginable things to her and Tess tries her best to find the girl Noelle used to be.

McBride's book is captivating. It has you wondering along with the characters what exactly changed Noelle into Elle, whether the relationship between Elle and Tess will last, and among many others, if Tessa, stuck on the past she used to have, will be able to move on.

I read through this book quickly and enjoyed the story as a whole. There is wonder and sadness and romance packed into the novel that makes you both smile and frown. I recommend this book to anyone looking for something fresh. This book will captivate you, and the ending... well it's guaranteed to make you smile.

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