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A breezy, sexy contemporary YA about falling in love with your best friend, from Wattpad phenom Sarah White.Mackenzie Clark has been best friends with Nolan Walker for as long as she can remember. She’s shared everything with him, from adventures with their families and days lounging at the beach, to long talks about their friends and her journey with type 1 diabetes. TheA breezy, sexy contemporary YA about falling in love with your best friend, from Wattpad phenom Sarah White.Mackenzie Clark has been best friends with Nolan Walker for as long as she can remember. She’s shared everything with him, from adventures with their families and days lounging at the beach, to long talks about their friends and her journey with type 1 diabetes. The only thing she hasn’t shared is the fact that she is in love with him.Now in their senior year of high school, Mackenzie and Nolan know that in a few short months everything will change as they head off to different colleges. Determined to make the most of the time they still have left, they come up with a list of things they want to do together before graduation. But as they make their way through everything from toilet papering the school bully’s house to having a backyard camp-out like the ones they had when they were kids, Mackenzie can’t help feeling that she’s left the most important thing off the list: telling Nolan how she feels. But when confessing her love could jeopardize the incredible relationship they already have, is honesty really the best policy?...

Title : Let Me List the Ways
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ISBN : 9780062473165
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 304 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Let Me List the Ways Reviews

  • Carlisa
    2019-03-21 18:29

    I am always ready for characters with type 1 diabetes. I need this book yesterday 🙌🏻

  • Melinda Di Lorenzo
    2019-03-12 22:15

    As a T1D myself, I was pleased to follow the (REALISTIC) story of a young woman with the same medical condition. While this is definitely a romance (think friends to lovers, but on a teen scale) I have to admit that the T1 moments were the most engaging for me. Sarah did such a lovely job of weaving Mackenzie's everyday medical concerns with her everyday life. It was refreshing.

  • Grace Whisler
    2019-03-01 00:45

    I could not put this book down! Mackenzie (Zie) is a very relatable character and the challenges she faces are inspirational. Her battle against Type 1 Diabetes brings hope to others battling this disease, especially young and teenage girls. Zie's best friend, Nolan, is always by her side, helping her check her blood sugar levels are taking care of her on the worst days. Next door neighbors, Zie and Nolan, are always together on adventures and sharing everything with each other. However, Zie has one secret from Nolan, she is in love with him. Zie is afraid of losing Nolan as her friend, so she has kept this secret from him, hoping that maybe someday he will love her too. During their senior year, they decide to make a list of everything they will do together before they graduate. On their adventures, they discover the true meaning of their friendship and know that whatever happens, they will always be there for each other.

  • Priscila Picavea
    2019-03-01 18:24

    Lovely book... for a romance but also friendship.

  • Ariana
    2019-03-02 19:35

    This was delightfully cute! Like a guilty pleasure... As I love friends-to-lovers stories and this one was fun and enjoyable. I loved how close the main characters were as friends, I understood their fears regarding their relationship (and the possibility of "more"), though it was oh! so obvious they they were over their heads in it.There was a bit of a confessional awkward moment and then there is the moral behind a particular moment, but who am I to judge - based on my own teenage experience, lol! I think that also people with this medical condition could easily relate. I don't know anyone struggling with this, but I assume that it might feel brutal during teenage years for various reasons. Also the message is positive here, so that's a good thing too.All in one, a cute little book. ±4 stars.