Just the Way You Are by Beth Moran
I had my doubts that Just the Way You Are would have the happy ending the way I wanted it, but it pulled through in the last couple pages. While I found Ollie’s best friend Steph to be one of the worst, most annoying people I have ever encountered (not to mention controlling and an awful friend), I liked everyone else. I truly cared about what happened to most everyone (but definitely not Steph). The medical facts weren’t exactly right, but without personal experience with that particular illness I doubt anyone would notice nor did those errors really matter. Overall, it’s just a lovely, sweet feel good story. I recommend this book to adults who enjoy slow burn romances.
5 (out of 5) Stars
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