Baby Girl by C. M. Stunich

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Title Baby Girl 
Author C.M. Stunich
Published January 29th 2018
Genre romance, new adult


Received from Xpresso Book Tours


He died that night, alone, in the rain, in the dark, the boy that called me baby girl. 

I was only seventeen; we were going to be together forever. 

On his way to pick me up for prom, he swerved. I’ll never know what made him do it, what killed the boy I’d loved my whole life. With roses clutched in his hand, he bled out in icy wetness all alone.

His best friend is here though, and I’m pretty sure he loves me.
But after the accident, I left for a year and didn’t look back. 
Now I’m back in town and my heart is like shattered glass.
Do I pick up the pieces and risk getting cut? And do I let another boy call me baby girl?


You know the book is written well, if it makes you care for characters and cry within first few pages.

Baby girls is incredibly beautiful and painful story of three best friends. When one dies, the world colapses for both of them and they deal with it in very different ways.

Codrick and Embry were very much in love and engaged by the time they were 17. When he died she ran away, away from her best friends (Phoenix) and her family. She thought she will never be able to love again.

Phoenix stayed. His life was very hard and there is lot going on under surface. When Embry comes back in his life after more than a year, he is determined to get her back. 

The story start on very sad note (I was crying so much...) and end on very happy one. I was amazed at the writing, the characters were very much alive for me, I was rooting for them both from the start. Neither were perfect, with a lot of faults, but there was just something, that made me love them. 

I love the setting of the story, every time Phoenix talked I imagined him sounding like Mama Odie in Princess and the Frog 😆 (that's probably totally wrong:))

It's such a great story, I enjoyed reading it. :)

Happy reading,




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