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Ambrose Young was lovely. The sort of wonderful that graced the fronts of romance books, and Fern Taylor would know. She’d been understanding them since she was thirteen. Be that as it may, possibly on the grounds that he was so wonderful he was never somebody Fern thought she could have . . . until he wasn’t wonderful any longer.
Making Faces is the account of a residential community where five young fellows go off to war, and just a single returns. It is the narrative of misfortune. Aggregate misfortune, singular misfortune, loss of magnificence, death toll, loss of character. It is the story of one young lady’s adoration for a broken kid, and an injured warrior’s affection for an unremarkable young lady. This is an account of fellowship that defeats grief, gallantry that opposes the normal definitions, and an advanced story of Beauty and the Beast, where we find that there is a little stunner and a little mammoth in each one of us.