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  • Taking a shot

    Love it from beginning to end.Really good interesting book. Made me get teary eyed here and there also but not bad.Great short story would recommend.

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  • Hope this story continues

    I wanted them to get toghther from the first book and this tease was just mean but i still loved it.

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  • Heart breaking beautiful

    I have stuff going on that prevents me from reading for awhile so I decided to choose one last book as a temporary goodbye and I'm sure glad I choose this one. It was super sweet and short yet tear jerking and heart wrenching at the same time. What I love most is the people rallying around Katie in solidarity and support for the fight against cancer. She may have thought she'd been forgotten or left behind but it proved otherwise and I loved that. This is a book I would reread again and and again especially during the darkest hour just to see the hope in the horizon and that's the highest recommendation I can give as I tend to read and forget a lot of books. Well done and kudos. I just hope there's at least another novella about Katie and Jamie for on update on their development. Please.

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  • Looove this one! Read the 1st 2 books first though

    I'm not crying, you're crying! *sniffle* Love it! Oh gosh, I have to write more. It's a novella, I don't want to ruin anything. I just love it! You will too!

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  • Short but sweet

    Everyone knows that Katie Weber and Jamie Babcock only have eyes for each other. But she's still in high school, and her dad is Jamie's NHL teammate, so dating is out of the question. But now Katie's been diagnosed with leukemia, and while Jamie was content to wait a few years, he doesn't know anymore if they'll even have a few years. The Verdict: I'm usually pretty anti-novella, but I just had to get the story about Jamie and Katie, especially since it was clear long before her diagnosis was revealed that cancer was on the horizon. The story itself is super-short and really only covers Katie's prom, but for now it's enough. Katie's lost so much of her high school experience since being diagnosed with leukemia. The once-vibrant teenager is now taking online courses at home, sleeping all the time, and seemingly abandoned by her friends. It's not much of a life for a girl who once had everything, and it seems like she's giving up the fight. When Jamie learns that she's not even going to her prom, he listens to his teammates and decides that this time it might be worth incurring the wrath of her father to give her just this one high school experience. Jamie's too much of a sweetheart to be a fighter, and he's also respectful enough of Weber and his daughter that he would never cross the line. But asking Katie to her prom, showing her that it doesn't matter that she lost her hair and that she's still the most beautiful girl he's ever seen is worth only getting 88 pages of story. Since the story's so short, there isn't a lot of detail I can give without essentially telling the whole thing, but suffice it to say that this was one romantic prom experience. Since Katie is so young, it's not about sex, but rather about falling in love, accepting life and fighting for it, and believing in hope even when things seem hopeless. For anyone reading the Portland Storm series, this novella is not to be skipped!

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