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Within These Walls (The Walls Duet Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Truly, this is probably the best book I've read this summer, and definitely toward the top of my 2014 list! Highly recommend!!!
This also was really sad I felt so much for Lialah she had a really though and sad life.
I would recommend this one to everyone as well and now I'm off to the second one.
So Lailah was born with a heart defect that has left the vast majority of her life consisting of surgeries and permanent hospital visits. I really liked Lailah, she’s been given such a tough hand, and at the same time she has managed to stay as optomistic as possible (a heck of a lot more optimistic than I would be in her shoes that’s for sure). I also really liked her list of things she wanted to do when she was better enough to leave the hospital and leave her life. This list really helped make the book into what it was.
Jude, man oh man, Jude. I felt so bad for him. It’s like he was stuck in time. His finance died and he just stopped living. He’s completely paused his life to wallow in the place where his finance died. He stops living his plush life and ends up living in a small apartment and working as a nurses aide in the hospital he just can’t seem to leave. And that is of course where he ends up meeting Lailah.
There is a lot of build up in the relationship between Lailah and Jude. First of all she’s in the hospital so it’s not like they can date or anything, and secondly Jude is not really in a place to really think about dating, he’s just so stuck. But even with all that he is draw to this girl who has such an inner strength, and he wants to give her some of the things that she has missed out on because she’s been in the hospital. So much so that he starts doing things on her “someday” list. I really loved the build up between the two of them, and it’s just so sweet and sometimes bittersweet in parts.
I liked the writing and the pacing in this book, and I’m pretty sure writing a book that primarily takes place inside a hospital can’t be the easiest thing in the world, but the author did such a good job at bringing me into their world. If you like sweet romances, then this book is so for you, because sweet is exactly how I would end up describing this book.
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