Fiction by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee.
This story was set in a dystopian future where everyone's emotions had been genetically removed.
Oh, except fear. They had to leave that one in in order to control everyone.
The book was good, but I had trouble buying the premise. I think society, and particularly families, would fall apart without any emotional bonds to hold us together. But the guy in the book has a mom and a dad and a girlfriend....(?!) It's weird. I had a problem getting into the story because I just didn't believe it.
Also it's the beginning of a series, so you have to wait for the next book to find out what happens, which is annoying.