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Girl leaves MC, regrets it later

LittlePeach143

Be it the MC became a better person or anything. I dont mind if the MC forgets the girl or reunites with her, I just want scenes where the girl was regretting it.

Vlad_Inhaler

https://storiesonline.net/s/51938/return-from-the-dark-side fits, although the "girl" is in her late 20's.
https://storiesonline.net/s/11892/in-her-genes-romantic-sex-story fits as well, as does https://storiesonline.net/s/75144/her-apple-pie - completing the Argon trilogy.

darrok

Stupid Boy has a rather strong sub-plot of that, or rather multiple.

sunkuwan

I would also like some of those recommendations. With additional focus on "decisions matter". So, no easy solution with an "I'm sorry!" or the protagonist just forgiving things easily.

I find stories, or rather storypoints, where a character is slowly experiencing the burden and regret of what he/she did wrong, interesting. Even if it will never be forgiven.

Like a kid/young adult who is wrongly accused of something and the family doesn't believe him/her and the protag severs the ties with the family until the truth comes out and the family tries to make up with the protagonist.

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zellus

https://storiesonline.net/s/66121/jefferys-divorce-and-recovery
https://storiesonline.net/a/SW_MO_Hermit

Blakt
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@sunkuwan


Like a kid/young adult who is wrongly accused of something and the family doesn't believe him/her and the protag severs the ties with the family until the truth comes out and the family tries to make up with the protagonist.


I think that My Journey by Xalir fits after the first book, but it's a pretty known series, so you've probably read it already if you've been around here a while.

https://storiesonline.net/series/1270/my-journey

PeckingChicken

Try Drawn Apart by Jay Cantrell.

Blakt
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I think that 'A Flawed Diamond' by Jay Cantrell had an element of that, though it was hardly a big focus in the story. Great story though, fully recommend it.

awnlee jawking

That's a common theme in StangStar06's BTB stories.

AJ

Galler
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Does anyone have any more stories like this to recommend? I've checked out most recommendations here by now and was surprised with how much I liked them, so I'd like some more. I liked the ones by Argon the best, so the more like those, the better imo.

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Vlad_Inhaler
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Finding Shelter by Jay Cantrell.

Death and a Life in Emerald Cove, also by JC.

Learning Curves, ditto.

They are in the order they were released, but also shortest to longest.

Oh, and Garlic Salt. Older than the above, and shorter.

PeckingChicken
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@Galler

Well, the first of Argon's Anthony Carter series that Return comes from hits that plotline hard. If you enjoy it, you might think about checking the whole series in the order they were released. Argon likes the loving-leaving-redemption story and uses it quite a bit in that series.

Start with In The Navy

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