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  • Just Physical

    Awesome read. The story so like my own experience with someone suffering from MS. Could feel Jill and Crash's angst. Unfortunately, my story didn't end as happily.

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  • Take a leap of faith... give love a chance

    Yes, take a leap of faith, Jill. My heart goes out to her having to suffer from a chronic autoimmune disease at young age. Also, the attraction between her and Crash is so intense that I literally wanted to scream “why won't you take a chance?!”  Although, I have notice that is a recurrent theme in Jae's novels. Her characters always seem to run away from love instead of embracing it outright. I’m not saying I do not sympathise with them, nor am I perturbed by the realisation, but at the same time it's like what are you afraid of? Love is not always easy to find. Sometimes you just have to take chance. Despite Jill’s illness she’s so afraid of her condition and becoming a burden that she is ignoring the fact that there's someone whom is eager to have relationship with her!  To make it one step easier, Crash joined support group for caregivers of Jill’s disease.  Praise God that she had the courage to do that and still want to stay around. Whilst Jill is concerned of her future here’s Crash constantly essentially saying “do not let this disease scare you away from how I feel about you,  I'm not going anywhere despite your MS”. Jill is so distressed over her possible debilitating future she's missing out on someone whom brings joy to her life; someone who understands her, empathise, sees the woman past the disease. Leaving it as only a physical relationship was not enough.  Sometimes fear is a good thing, it means that you have something worth losing.

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