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In Too Deep - Michelle Kemper Brownlow This book is part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest reviewGracie is everything innocent and Noah is everything that good girls should stay away from, but Gracie despite her instincts and people warning her, she sees something in Noah. Noah cleans up his act and falls in love. Gracie changes schools to be with Noah and soon everything turns bad, but Jake is there to help Gracie. While Jake wants to help Gracie, ultimately she is the one who needs to find the strength to break free. This book was really hard for me to read, the psychological abuse that Gracie suffered was portrayed in a horribly accurate way. Gracie was so innocent and young, she was just beginning to become her own person, learning things and discovering who she was. Then she meets Noah the "bad boy," but he isn't really a "bad boy" that's insulting to put him in that category, he is an abusive doucheater. He twisted Gracie into knots; the things he said and did to her were horrible. You could see the abuse cycle throughout the book and it was gut wrenching. Jake, Gracie’s friend and Noah’s ex-roommate was a great guy. He really tried to help her and give her the strength she needed to break the cycle with Noah. I loved this book it's not a hearts and flowers read it's a book that will show you some of the pain and confusion that a woman who is abused will suffer. The author, Michelle, did a great job in showing that it's not as easy as some people may think to get out of that cycle. She showed that no matter how much another person may want to help, it really is up to the person who is suffering to take some control and get help. In Too Deep is a fantastic book with a great message and I can't thank the author enough for letting me read and review this book.