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Control by Melissa Cassera

Releases March 28th ~ get it on Amazon Oh, this was fun. Kicking off a new series by new-to-me author Melissa Cassera is Control . A book that introduces us to a young Natalie Covington and her life at an elite boarding school. Control is very much a PNR but it comes across in subtle ways. I wish we got to luxuriate with more intimate details of the character's thoughts and feelings. At times I wanted more insights and a deeper connection with these characters. That being said, Control is a fun read and I'm excited to see where this is headed. Warning: we are left on a cliffhanger but also with a happy surprise. ~Tanja From the Cover... For Natalie Covington and Henry Thorne, only one thing is certain: things are about to get out of control.18-year-old Natalie has big ambitions but very little control over her situation. She’s trapped at an elite boarding school on a private island, where cell phones are forbidden, militant guards line the iron gates, an
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