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The Infinite Moment of Us: Summary and book reviews of The Infinite Moment of Us by Lauren Myracle
This story sets a high standard and level of expectation as to how a first love and first sexual experience might go. Aside from considering moral or religious implications, for teens trying to gain a better understanding as to how it all works, this book sets a wonderful blueprint. (Reviewed by Sarah Tomp).
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