(I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.)
In Untitled Beauty, racism no longer seems to exist. People do not treat you differently based on color and race but what they do judge you on is whether you are physically attractive. If your rank is twenty, then you are a called a Beauty. Ranked an eleven and seen as a Potential, Grace ends up being sold to a family in the hopes that her new owner will sponsor her and one day make her pretty enough. But can she truly trust her new owners? And who’s the boy who shows nothing but kindness when she’s only used to lies and distress?
I’ve had the opportunity to read three of C.E. Wilson’s novels now and I have to say that Untitled Beauty is probably my favorite. In her writing, she really breathes life into her characters. I was able to not only picture the fear in Grace’s eyes, locked away and not knowing what will await her the next day, but also feel it too. When it comes to the world she created, I loved that Beauties are mostly seen with bright, colorful hair and eyes as though they can’t be pretty unless they stand out. It’s actually pretty interesting because, with the way Potentials are treated, Beauties aren't really that beautiful on the inside, are they?
I loved the big twist near the end; there were so many emotions. In all, I couldn’t put this down. I read it pretty quickly and I would read it again in a heartbeat. I really recommend this book to everyone!
The release date for Untitled Beauty is on October 13th but it’s up for pre-order right now on Amazon! The link is right here if anyone is interested. It's a treasure of a book, guys. I give this book a 5 out of 5 rating!