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“An epic journey of spiritual healing. Underwood’s story acts as a bridge to many women's. It is a temple of prayers built in the terrain of grief.”
LOS ANGELES REVIEW OF BOOKS

“Hip, hilarious, and poignant—as well as politically astute.”
—SUSAN SHAPIRO, New York Times bestselling author of Unhooked and Five Men Who Broke My Heart

“A profoundly compelling and necessary book.”
—MELISSA FEBOS, award-winning author of Whip Smart and Abandon Me

"Astonishing. May Cause Love reminds us of the complex ways women make meaning in the world, find a way out of no way, and find liberation from suffering through naming and claiming their experiences.”
THE RUMPUS

“Full of rich emotion and excellent storytelling.”
BOOKLIST (starred review)

“I’m so glad this book exists. Rarely do we get to see a woman wrestling so honestly and openly with the complicated nature of what it means to have a choice.”
—SARAH HEPOLA, New York Times bestselling author of Blackout

“Underwood is a master storyteller. She speaks from the top of the mountain, after having made the journey to the center of the earth.”
RETAILING INSIGHT

“Poignant.”
KIRKUS

“A moment of inclusive activism.”
BUST

“Brave and unsparing. Underwood travels through uncharted and harrowing waters.”
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

“A fascinating quest. Often irreverent and cheerful, Kassi's personal journey eventually blends with the political and, most meaningfully, the spiritual, leading to a surprising destination.”
THE IMPROPER BOSTONIAN

“An extraordinary contribution. May Cause Love is a powerful narrative for those who support abortion rights, people who call themselves ‘pro-life,’ and those who don’t know where they fall or how they feel.”
REWIRE

“No matter which side of the abortion debate you’re on, Kassi Underwood will challenge your beliefs.”
—JONATHAN MERRITT, Religion News Service

“An instant classic for a new generation of feminists. With wisdom, compassion, and clarity, May Cause Love is a blazing arc of hope that points us to deeper questions about abortion and God—and more than a few radiant answers.”
—LEAH VINCENT, author of Cut Me Loose

"The Eat Pray Love of abortion memoirs. Completely audacious, in the most incredible way—imagine not only not apologizing for owning your own soul, but demanding to be transported to a higher plane... so refreshing and illuminating.”
—KERRY CLARE, author of Mitzi Bytes

“The 16 Best Nonfiction Books Coming in February.”
BUSTLE

“100 Books for People who Loved (and Miss) Sassy Magazine.”
BOOK RIOT