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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 schoo 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?


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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 schoo 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?

30 review for Let Me List the Ways

  1. 5 out of 5

    Camila Roy ••RoyIsReading••

    RATING: 3/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review 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 it, Mackenzie can’t help feeling that she’s left the most important thing off the list: telling Nolan how she feels. But when confessing h RATING: 3/5 e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review 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 it, 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? This is a sweet story about love and friendship. It's not the best contemporary in the world (not even close honestly) but I enjoyed it. I think it would've been better if there had been more action. Not much happens except Mackenzie and Nolan hanging out while trying to navigate their feelings, which was entertaining but, at the same time, it makes the book forgettable. I would recommend it if you're looking for a quick, cute read. This is exactly that!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carlisa Cramer

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

  3. 4 out of 5

    Samantha (WLABB)

    I am such trash for these friends-to-more books, and White wrote one, which I am adding to my favorites list. I think I wore some sort of sappy grin the entire time I read this book. I loved it so much, I am going to get corny, and list the ways. 1. The friendship between Mackenzie and Nolan was beautiful. They were neighbors and life-long friends. Not only were they friends, but their parents were friends, like the kind of friends you go on vacation with friends. I was so enamored with this whol I am such trash for these friends-to-more books, and White wrote one, which I am adding to my favorites list. I think I wore some sort of sappy grin the entire time I read this book. I loved it so much, I am going to get corny, and list the ways. 1. The friendship between Mackenzie and Nolan was beautiful. They were neighbors and life-long friends. Not only were they friends, but their parents were friends, like the kind of friends you go on vacation with friends. I was so enamored with this whole big-happy-family vibe. 2. Mackenzie had type 1 diabetes, and I thought White did a fine job illustrating her struggles and concerns for us. I shared Zie's frustrations, and probably loved Nolan even more, because of how educated his was about Mackenzie's disease. 3. Seriously! The unrequited love thing made me shed some tears. I got really emotional when Zie had to watch Nolan with other girls. The fact that I ached so much for her, made me think that the single POV was a sort of brilliant choice. Since we were only in Mackenzie's head, we had no idea what Nolan was thinking or feeling unless he told Zie, and that kept the tension high for me. 4. These lists are mentioned over the course of the book, and I was sort of sad that we only got to see three of them, because the ones I saw were so fun and wonderful. I love, love, LOVED the whole relive old memories and make new ones list. It was only five items, but it was a fantastic way for them to revisit some special moments and make a few new ones before they went their separate ways. And that last list!!! *happy tears* 5. I read lots of books with romance, but this here, this was a full-fledged romance. Romances are my thing, and this one was so sweet and adorable and wonderful. I was so glad I got to be a part of this little love story. I have a tendency to rate a book based on how they made me feel, and this one left me filled to the brim with happiness. It was fun, sweet, delightful, touching, and a whole lot of other warm and fuzzy type adjectives. I adored these two so much, and would love to revisit them in college. *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review. BLOG | INSTAGRAM |TWITTER | BLOGLOVIN | FRIEND ME ON GOODREADS

  4. 4 out of 5

    Melinda Di Lorenzo

    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.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Teenreadsdotcom

    LET ME LIST THE WAYS follows Mackenzie --- usually called Zie --- through her senior year of high school. The book showcases her relationship with her neighbor and best friend Nolan. They have been friends for as long as either of them can remember. They wake each other up in the morning and always makes sure the other is doing well. They tell each other everything but Zie has the biggest crush on Nolan and promises herself to never tell him to keep it from ruining their perfect friendship. Durin LET ME LIST THE WAYS follows Mackenzie --- usually called Zie --- through her senior year of high school. The book showcases her relationship with her neighbor and best friend Nolan. They have been friends for as long as either of them can remember. They wake each other up in the morning and always makes sure the other is doing well. They tell each other everything but Zie has the biggest crush on Nolan and promises herself to never tell him to keep it from ruining their perfect friendship. During their senior year, Zie and Nolan face new challenges but their friendship never falters. As graduation grows nearer, the two decide to recreate some of their favorite childhood memories and create some new ones to keep things fresh. They will be attending different colleges so they are determined to spend as much time together as possible. Their friendship is the most important thing to both of them. They have always been there for each other so being apart will be an entirely new battle. Despite being excited about new opportunities and adventures --- and despite joking about how they won’t miss each other --- it is very obvious that the pair will miss each other dearly and are scared about how their friendship will be effected. I really enjoyed reading LET ME LIST THE WAYS. I didn’t want to put the book down. This book made me laugh, smile and cry. At times it made me angry too --- it seemed like Nolan and Zie were finally going to get together but then they would both act as if nothing happened. The only thing I wish was more prominent would be the lists that Zie and Nolan create together. The title indicates a lot of lists are made, but they do not become entirely relevant until you’re about half way through the book. However, I still think an incredible story is told and I would not change anything else. I adored this book and even though I’m not sure how this would work, I would like to hear about happens to Zie and Nolan down the road --- how college is and how their friendship is. I think anyone leaving for college should read this book. I connected with this book on a more personal level than I usually do, because I am heading off to college soon and I’m having to say goodbye to some dear friends of mine. I think this book makes the transition seem easier --- even though the story ends in the middle of Nolan and Zie’s senior year spring break. I would recommend this book to anyone in high school as well. It will help you to see that high school is not as bad as it may seem --- I know I wanted to get out of there as quick as possible --- and to enjoy every moment life gives you. High school will go by quickly, so enjoy it --- and your friends --- while you can. Reviewed by Ashley D., Teen Board Member

  6. 4 out of 5

    Yolanda Martinez

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was going so well, but I think the scene when he spoke about the kiss should've been the catalyst for the confessions to come out. Nolan was admiting in front of his 'girlfriend' that the kiss with Zie was the most memorable for him. After that admission, why is Zie still thinking that it mean nothing to him? I'm aware that both of them has always put their friendship first, sacrificing their owns feelings for each other in the process, but for him to say that! it's just makes the scene ver This was going so well, but I think the scene when he spoke about the kiss should've been the catalyst for the confessions to come out. Nolan was admiting in front of his 'girlfriend' that the kiss with Zie was the most memorable for him. After that admission, why is Zie still thinking that it mean nothing to him? I'm aware that both of them has always put their friendship first, sacrificing their owns feelings for each other in the process, but for him to say that! it's just makes the scene very underwhelming, because the only thing that changes is that Nolan and Erin are over and Zie and Jude are over, but then Zie and Nolan continue on with their friendship relationship as if Nolan hasn't just basically destroyed his relationship with Erin for Zie as Jude so well put it. It's just makes you wonder at the end, while reading the final chapter: Why now? Was it really necessary to travel to Arizona to make them admit their feelings? No, not really. So anyway, this book was so good. I loved Zie and Nolan and their relationship, as I loved that there were never jealousy between Erin and Zie. The weren't that many scenes between the girls, but I get what that must be seeing as the main friendship relationship was between Nolan and Zei.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mindy

    I read a few pretty intense books in a row, and I wanted something fluffy and predictable to read next, which is how I ended up reading this book. It was, indeed, fluffy and predictable, but it hit on a few things that really bug me.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Arnold

    DNF at about Chapter 6. I think my problem with this book was two-fold: (1) I just finished reading another book with a similar plotline. (Girl likes guy who doesn't know she likes him, and they've been best friends forever...) And (2) While this may have been a key element in the story later on, there was too much focus on her diabetes that took away from the flow of the story. I may try to come back to this one but am putting it aside for now.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    This was almost laughable, but not in a good way. These main characters (who are "supposedly" best friends and nothing more) have to be the most oblivious, doltish characters ever written. It's so clear to the reader and all of the other characters that they are head-over-heels in love with each other and they spend 99% of the book playing this back-and-forth game of "I should tell him...but I can't. We're just friends." Their friendship is also a bit peculiar - they hold hands, mount each other This was almost laughable, but not in a good way. These main characters (who are "supposedly" best friends and nothing more) have to be the most oblivious, doltish characters ever written. It's so clear to the reader and all of the other characters that they are head-over-heels in love with each other and they spend 99% of the book playing this back-and-forth game of "I should tell him...but I can't. We're just friends." Their friendship is also a bit peculiar - they hold hands, mount each other and call it "tickling" and Zie literally dresses Nolan when he has an injured shoulder. Can anyone say "sexual tension?" Zie also has Type 1 Diabetes. Others have mentioned the representation is spot on, which is great, but Nolan is always there to offer a piece of candy or piggyback ride and catches her when she falls. It was almost to the point where she wouldn't have survived without him and he always got to be the hero swooping in to save the day. After all this building and building and back-and-forth of will they or won't they, the ending is over and neatly tied up within a matter of pages. I couldn't tear myself away from this, so there's that, but then I was left feeling cheated and disappointed. I'm torn over this because I know teens out there secretly harboring crushes on their friends will eat this up, but I can't get over how awkward some of it was. If you can forgive the characters for being mildly inappropriate, this is a quick, easy read that's mostly entertaining - good and bad.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Eunice Borja

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  11. 4 out of 5

    LaRonda (Flying Paperbacks)

    You can see my full review here! 09/04 reread-- Still gives me feels a second time around <3 *I received an eArc of this book from the Publishers through Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* This story was adorable and quick. I wasn’t expecting the feels or how light this story was? Mackenzie as our main character was so likable. The way she dealt with her T1D, her relationship with her family and Nolan’s family— I liked her so much. Same with Nolan, he was really sweet and the way they we You can see my full review here! 09/04 reread-- Still gives me feels a second time around <3 *I received an eArc of this book from the Publishers through Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* This story was adorable and quick. I wasn’t expecting the feels or how light this story was? Mackenzie as our main character was so likable. The way she dealt with her T1D, her relationship with her family and Nolan’s family— I liked her so much. Same with Nolan, he was really sweet and the way they were together gave me a lot of feelings. The ending did leave on a open note in the sense of we don’t know what’ll happen after college and I did feel said ending was a bit abrupt. Yet, this whole story was just so easy and undramatic and breezy. 07/18-- I fell in love with this one QUICK

  12. 5 out of 5

    Teenage Reads

    Plot: Mackenzie “Zie” Clark got diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in grade four. Diabetes is the disease where your pancreas cannot produce enough insulin to stabilize your blood sugars. Where type 2 can be caused by poor diet and other health related problems, type 1 is in the genetics and can remain dormant for several years. Zie discovered she was diabetic after fainting on the elementary school grounds, in front of her soon to be best friend Nolan Walker. Nolan is Zie’s best friend, practically Plot: Mackenzie “Zie” Clark got diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in grade four. Diabetes is the disease where your pancreas cannot produce enough insulin to stabilize your blood sugars. Where type 2 can be caused by poor diet and other health related problems, type 1 is in the genetics and can remain dormant for several years. Zie discovered she was diabetic after fainting on the elementary school grounds, in front of her soon to be best friend Nolan Walker. Nolan is Zie’s best friend, practically her twin, as they do everything together. Living next door, Zie often goes to his house for breakfast, where Nolan would walk over during one of Zie’s middle of the night ‘trying to stabilize her sugars’ episodes. With senior year upon them, Zie was planning on staying close to home at UCLA, where Nolan was planning to SCU, if he gets the baseball scholarship. Zie had no doubt he would get in with his pitching skills, but after an injury last year, everyone is holding their breath for Nolan to get in. Yet, different schools were not the only problem in their friendship, as Zie kept a secret from Nolan. The fact that she was madly in love with him. Shocker? Not really, as Nolan has been Zie’s rock for as long as she remember. He always gives her chocolate kisses in case her blood sugars go low, give her insulin when she could not do it herself, her driver, her secret keeper, and to her, the best human in the world. Only, Nolan does not see her like that. When Nolan’s crush, Erin asks about Zie and Nolan’s relationship, Nolan said it meant everything, but when question again about romantics, he said they were just friends. Zie knows she cannot make a move. As ``she would not dare risk their friendship for a fleeting romance, but a girl can hope, right? As their time together, grows closer, Nolan and her make one very important list: Things they want to do together. From a road trip, getting tattoos, to skipping school to go to Disneyland, and more. Nolan and Zie, the best pair on the west coast, have a lot of love for each other, Zie just hope that some of it is romantic. Thoughts: Can a guy and girl just be friends? According to many, including Sarah White, the answer is: absolutely not. Meet stereotypical best friend pair Zie and Nolan, where Zie is desperately in love with Nolan, and Nolan sees them as siblings. Yet White did an amazing job at writing their relationship, with casual steps over the friendship line, it was fascinating to read about their friendship and all the dynamics in it. White gave Nolan and Zie such depth as characters, with their family dynamics, friends, relationships, and medical histories. With Zie and her type 1 diabetes, it was clear that White did her research. My own sister has type 1 diabetes (diagnosed at age nine), so it was amazing to see how accurate White was in her writing. My sister and I often joke about how orange juice is the best medicine, like Zie and her chocolate kisses, and often wake up juice boxes on the counter from her going low in the night. Honestly this book is like any other young adult love story, with the twist being that Zie is diabetic, to make this book unique. It was heartfelt and funny, leaving you with that light hearted feeling that true love still exists.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    I find myself drawn into best friends turned more books often. The downside of this is that these stories can be repetitive in that the main reason why the characters don't reveal their deeper feelings is because they are afraid of ruining the friendship they've built. So while I was excited initially about a best friends story, I found myself frustrated a little with Nolan and Mackenzie. The story is told from Mackenzie's POV so we obviously know quite early that she is in love with her best fri I find myself drawn into best friends turned more books often. The downside of this is that these stories can be repetitive in that the main reason why the characters don't reveal their deeper feelings is because they are afraid of ruining the friendship they've built. So while I was excited initially about a best friends story, I found myself frustrated a little with Nolan and Mackenzie. The story is told from Mackenzie's POV so we obviously know quite early that she is in love with her best friend Nolan but judges based off his actions and behavior that he isn't interested in her in that way. Personally Nolan's feelings were pretty obvious to me which was frustrating. Maybe it is just me or my personality but when I was crushing on a guy big time instead of reading "he's not interested" into every action I was hopefully optimistic and probably read too much reciprocation (as a matter of fact, I know that I did). So even though I know not everyone thinks the same way I do, this part didn't mesh well for me. I just think I would have been looking for any sign that my crush felt the same way that I did. Considering "sexy" is one of the very first words to describe this book, I don't think I would call Let Me List the Ways as "sexy". As a matter of fact, there is very little kissing in this book. A fun, cute romance sounds like a great description, but if you're looking for a kissing book this isn't it. Personally, I really felt like there was a lost opportunity with the title. Making lists was a thing that Mackenzie and Nolan have always done. Yet there was no big list of reasons why these two loved each other. They did have that fun list of activities to re-experience through their senior year and they have a new list for college, but still a missed opportunity. I also feel like despite growing up as best friends of the opposite sex that the parents wouldn't be so okay with the amount of time Nolan and Mackenzie are together alone. Granted I grew up with pretty conservative and strict parents, but this would not fly with them. And it won't fly if my daughter or son ever have a "best friend" of the opposite sex. I enjoyed how Type I Diabetes played a large part in the plot and conflict of this story. This isn't something I personally know a lot about so I found it interesting. Although I do have more to say about Mackenzie's attitude and thoughts that I'll address in an upcoming Mountains Out of Molehills post. I read Let Me List the Ways really quickly. It was one of the most enjoyable reads for me so far this year*. Yet I did find it to be slightly anticlimactic. Things just kind of ended quickly. Let Me List the Ways wasn't a perfect read for me. But I did enjoy it and didn't want to put it down when I needed to. Mackenzie and Nolan had a great friendship and obviously more as well. Let Me List the Ways gets 4 Stars. Have you read Let Me List the Ways? What did you think? Let me know. *This review was written in February...quite early in the year.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Beth Rodgers

    'Let Me List the Ways' by Sarah White is a breezy and engaging look at the relationship between two best friends and next-door neighbors. Mackenzie (Zie, for short) is in love with the boy next door, Nolan. Yet she continually hesitates to say anything about this to him because she fears what it will do to their relationship when he doesn't reciprocate her feelings. And she's pretty sure that that is exactly what will happen. They have a playful and extremely friendly relationship, tickling each 'Let Me List the Ways' by Sarah White is a breezy and engaging look at the relationship between two best friends and next-door neighbors. Mackenzie (Zie, for short) is in love with the boy next door, Nolan. Yet she continually hesitates to say anything about this to him because she fears what it will do to their relationship when he doesn't reciprocate her feelings. And she's pretty sure that that is exactly what will happen. They have a playful and extremely friendly relationship, tickling each other and walking into each other's rooms unannounced, among other things. Nolan obviously cares for her, and readers will find themselves hoping that the care he is showing really will end up amounting to the same feelings that Zie feels for him as the novel progresses. On top of their friendship, their parents are also very close, and they have a mutual group of friends whom they hang out with quite a bit. When Nolan starts dating someone outside of their circle, Zie does her best to hide her jealousy and upset and just be nice to Erin. She even finds herself interested in another guy, Jude. But, as the majority of contemporary romances do, this story finds a way to show that the two main characters have a connection that is not necessarily to be messed with. As they try to manage their worry about being separated when college arrives the following year, Zie and Nolan do what they do best: make a list of what they want to do together to make their last remaining months some of the best ever. This before-college bucket list takes them on adventure after adventure, from the comfort of their own backyard to farther away road trips. They know that they will always be there for each other, but wondering in just what capacity that will be is the crux of what makes this novel work so well. It is also worth noting that Zie has diabetes, and this is brought up quite a bit throughout the story. It is understandable that diabetes can be a sometimes all-encompassing thought process, and Nolan is always there for Zie no matter the situation in order to help her deal with her shots and anything else she may need. Nolan has his own troubles, too, trying to get a baseball scholarship while dealing with an injured shoulder. They play off of each other well, but sometimes the discussion of him helping her out seemed too much. It was made clear very often that her struggles are Nolan's struggles, and a mere mention here or there throughout the remainder of the novel after the beginning would have been sufficient to explain their diabetic situation. Sarah White has crafted a sweet and consuming story about first love, friendship, and the beauty of trying to find a way to make it all work together. This novel definitely comes recommended! Beth Rodgers, Author of 'Freshman Fourteen' and 'Sweet Fifteen,' Young Adult Novels *Review originally posted at YABooksCentral.com*

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shia

    Sarah did an AMAZING job with this YA Contemporary. I normally don't like YACs BUT this was beautifully written and full of young love magic that I couldn't put it down! I fell in love with Nolan once I saw how caring he was about Zie's situation and how the author incorporated that stigma of an issue - she delved into the topic with bravery that I haven't seen in other authors and brought awareness to how scared we as humans get when encountering something new and how we often let that fear ove Sarah did an AMAZING job with this YA Contemporary. I normally don't like YACs BUT this was beautifully written and full of young love magic that I couldn't put it down! I fell in love with Nolan once I saw how caring he was about Zie's situation and how the author incorporated that stigma of an issue - she delved into the topic with bravery that I haven't seen in other authors and brought awareness to how scared we as humans get when encountering something new and how we often let that fear override our responsibility to take the time to understand and accept that no matter what scars or past someone has, we need to empathize and not judge versus running away. Zie's character growth could not have been possible without the patience and grace of Nolan and I can see why she fell in love with him from the start. Sarah proved that while the majority of the human race may not come to learn how to not be so scared and judgmental through a few of the story's minor characters, she illustrates that all it takes is a bit of courage to bypass that and be that different person who is willing to learn and accept someone for who they are and to help them appreciate themselves. I am very excited to see what other stories Sarah creates and will definitely be encouraging my peers to grab a copy. *eARC provided by Edelweiss for an honest review*

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    3.5 stars I loved the relationship between the main characters here. This book was adorable. Their friendship was so beautiful and strong. The trust, the reliance on each other - it was beautiful to watch. What ruined this book was the ending. Even though it was the outcome I wanted it was way too short. The story builds and builds and builds and then the climax happens and it's just over. There's no basking in happiness, there's no epilogue, there's no life after this event, it's just done. So I 3.5 stars I loved the relationship between the main characters here. This book was adorable. Their friendship was so beautiful and strong. The trust, the reliance on each other - it was beautiful to watch. What ruined this book was the ending. Even though it was the outcome I wanted it was way too short. The story builds and builds and builds and then the climax happens and it's just over. There's no basking in happiness, there's no epilogue, there's no life after this event, it's just done. So I was disappointed in that. It felt too abrupt. I didn't know much about type 1 diabetes before this book but it has me curious. This book delves into all aspects of dealing with a disease like this. Sometimes it felt a little much. But it could be that this is exactly what it is like when dealing with type 1. I don't know. It just seemed like this must be a severe case because she tested her blood every time she put anything in her mouth and still with all the testing she had episodes of crashing or whatever. I just wondered if this was a typical case or not. It's unique and feels important to have a book with a main character struggling in this way. Overall I did enjoy reading this, I was just disappointed that the ending didn't live up to the rest of the book for me.

  17. 5 out of 5

    ReenieT1721

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: 😃😪😢😄😉😊🙂😍 The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: I'm writing this review two days late because I finished it late Thursday night and didn't have time Friday night :), so cheers to Saturday morning. Let Me List the Ways was the basic best-friends-to-lovers story. It was a short, sweet read without much suspense or drama. It was very clean-cut and cookie-cutter clean that I The short version of how I feel about the book and my review told through emojis: 😃😪😢😄😉😊🙂😍 The long version of how I feel about the book and my review told through actual words: I'm writing this review two days late because I finished it late Thursday night and didn't have time Friday night :), so cheers to Saturday morning. Let Me List the Ways was the basic best-friends-to-lovers story. It was a short, sweet read without much suspense or drama. It was very clean-cut and cookie-cutter clean that I finished in two hours. This book reminded me of My Life as a Country Song but significantly cleaner. The characters didn't have much depth to them and weren't terribly memorable, but the book was still okay. That doesn't mean the love story itself isn't cute because it was when everyone knew that Mackenzie and Nolan were in love with each other EXCEPT EACH OTHER. Nolan is such a sweetheart to Mackenzie, half like a big brother and half like an amazing boyfriend. Happy Saturday! Hope your day is going well. And if it isn't, I hope that tomorrow or sometime in the near future, it gets better. Because I promise that it will. Maybe not today or tomorrow, but soon. with love, Reenie 💋

  18. 4 out of 5

    Grace Whisler

    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 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.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    This book was good and relatable in ways. Mackenzie (the main character) is an open-hearted teenager who is in love with her life-long friend, Nolan. She hasn't told him yet considering he has started dating a girl named, Erin. Mackenzie has type 1 diabetes and Nolan is always there with her pump and Hershey kisses. The two are best friends. The story seems kind of repetitive with the whole not telling Nolan how Mackenzie feels. The point of view is from Mackenzie's pov. Books about friends turni This book was good and relatable in ways. Mackenzie (the main character) is an open-hearted teenager who is in love with her life-long friend, Nolan. She hasn't told him yet considering he has started dating a girl named, Erin. Mackenzie has type 1 diabetes and Nolan is always there with her pump and Hershey kisses. The two are best friends. The story seems kind of repetitive with the whole not telling Nolan how Mackenzie feels. The point of view is from Mackenzie's pov. Books about friends turning into something more interest me. The fact that they are in high school just like me makes me have a connection to the book. I like how to author adds and emphasizes the fact that Mackenzie has type 1 diabetes. It played a role in the plot and conflict of the story. The story itself I thought was anticlimactic. At times I wanted to put the book down, but the more I read the more I got into it. This was a great read and I would read it again.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ari

    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, 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.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kristin R

    This is a teen-friend romance story about Nolan and Mackenzie - they live next door to each other. They are best friends and do everything together. What I especially love about this book is that Mackenzie has juvenile/Type I diabetes. It is something she lives with and deals with all the time and Nolan completely understands that. It is something that if you aren't familiar with it can be scary and people don't understand. My niece has Type I Diabetes, so I love that this is an essential part o This is a teen-friend romance story about Nolan and Mackenzie - they live next door to each other. They are best friends and do everything together. What I especially love about this book is that Mackenzie has juvenile/Type I diabetes. It is something she lives with and deals with all the time and Nolan completely understands that. It is something that if you aren't familiar with it can be scary and people don't understand. My niece has Type I Diabetes, so I love that this is an essential part of the plot.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jaimie Hurley

    4.5 stars.. What a wonderful read.. I loved reading about this friendship that turned into romance. I love reading about love stories that takes time to happen and doesn't happen right off the bat. I love the friendship that Nolan and Mackenzie had.. They wanted each other to be happy even if it wasn't with each other.. Great Read.. Would recommend to someone who.wants a fast read..

  23. 4 out of 5

    Charmaine

    Sweet, naive, and cute. I enjoyed reading this story from Zie's perspective, especially with the added heart from her diabetic plight. I only wish we got to bask in the payoff period a bit longer!!! SHOW US SOME LOOOOVE.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Katherina

    I recieved an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. This book was cute, but it was a little dramatic and over the top. It was so obvious that her friend was in love with her and it kind of got frustrating actually. But overall it was a cute story.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Emy

    OH MY GOD THIS BOOK WAS SO GOOD Question for people who love love stories about best friends falling in love : any recommendations for books similar to this one?i need more stories like Let Me List The Ways!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    3.5 stars. Super cute and left me feeling giddy

  27. 5 out of 5

    Allysa Escaran

    Bestfriends to Something Else plot. Very cliche but always a light and sweet read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Leah Matthews

    Cute! Fluffy! Absolutely adorable! 💕 Made my heart happy 😌

  29. 5 out of 5

    Priscila Picavea

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

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dayla

    This was probably my favourite romance read of my vacation! I didn't expect to love this one so much!

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