Between you and me book
between me and you by susan wiggsTold from two alternating perspectives, the redundancy in the telling about drove me mad, if I'm to be hones. Told from two alternating perspectives, the redundancy in the telling about drove me mad, if I'm to be honest; and after the kicker, I sat here rehashing all that I read, the disastrous dinner kettle incident in particular, the allowance and ban from using the car and in the end, find the story in many ways to be quite unbelievable. And typo's don't generally bother me, but a "30" degree sweltering heatwave in England mentioned twice really stuck out. Anyway, still a very readable debut with a nasty protagonist. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Between You and Me by Susan Wiggs | Review
Reese, a 4th year medical student working in the hospital treating Jonah, finds herself inexplicably and intensely drawn to Caleb. Though their backgrounds are worlds apart, Caleb and Reese realize that they have more in common than at first glance. Both are forced to make difficult choices as they struggle to balance their own desires with a sense of obligation to family and tradition. Between You and Me is a cozy romance story where the romance sometimes seems like an afterthought. The story draws you in with complicated and nuanced themes; culture clash, recovery from trauma, and grief all play a key role in this story.
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