In Unpretty - by National Best Book Award finalist Sharon Carter Rogers - a powerful blast rips through a West Virginia art gallery. Although Hummingbird Collins can identify the bomber, she's frightened into silence by chilling messages from a deranged cult member calling himself Number 26. But when she goes missing, an unlikely young man may be the only one who can help her.
One lost soul is the adopted daughter of a Mafia enforcer. The other is a Drifter, a being so disconnected from time and substance that he exists only to be tethered to someone—anyone more real than himself. As 20-year-old Baby Doll stands at the graveside service of her controlling father-figure, her life begins to change when one who’s neither angel nor demon draws near to whisper words of hopeful desperation: “Do you see me?”