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Publisher's Summary

From the fanfic phenom whose debut A Pound of Flesh had over 4.5 million reads, this sequel, An Ounce of Hope, tells the passionate love story of Carter's best friend, Max.
Max O'Hare can't seem to let go of his past: his drug habit; the end of his relationship with Lizzie Jordan, the woman he knows he'll never get over; and the loss of their unborn son.
After successfully completing rehab and learning to explore his deepest fears and dreams through painting, Max meets Grace Brooks. With her innate optimism and her love of art and photography, Grace appears to be the perfect girl. Yet no one knows where she came from or why she keeps her past so closely guarded. Over time, Max and Grace gradually allow each other in - but will he ever be able to fully let go of his past? Or will his heart remain closed forever?
©2016 Sophie Jackson (P)2016 Simon & Schuster
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5 out of 5 stars
By Louise Shaney on 04-20-18

New author for me

I enjoyed Sophie Jackson style when I listened to Pound of flesh, that I looked to see what else she had so of course I downloaded the series and just finished this book, I’ve been referring her books to my friends, I’m looking forward to seeing more of her work

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3 out of 5 stars
By LuluBee on 05-03-17

Depressing

Well written story, but the depressing theme, ugh. Nothing or no one had anything positive to hang on to. Life is too hard to have to listen to nothing but doom & gloom. It may get better, but I stopped at Chapter 6. This book sucked all the joy out of my life. I would return it but it's too late. Sebastian York is the fabulous narrator. The only positive. I purchased this book only because of the narrator. My mistake.

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