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From: Bryce, United States
Insofar as you may be receiving thoughts of your next book's reception, I was admittedly put off by the suggestion that Griffin and Sabine may have reached a unification that would preclude their ever having a true relationship. As a young male who is forced to regard himself as a hopeless romantic, I'm inevitably in the minority of any kind of target audience. Still, on the chance that I may yet have a valid suggestion, I would submit that though the series is becoming more intriguing still, the idea of a physical oneness of Griffin and Sabine may be too difficult for people to accept.
Much respect and admiration,