Let Me List the Ways

Let Me List the Ways

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 everythin...

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Title:Let Me List the Ways
Author:Sarah White
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:0062473166
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

Let Me List the Ways Reviews

  • Katherina
    Oct 05, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

  • Kristin R
    Aug 08, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

  • Carlisa Cramer
    Dec 29, 2017

    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 th...

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

  • Ari
    Mar 01, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

  • Brittany
    Jun 18, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

  • Jessica Arnold
    Mar 22, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

  • Nath
    Aug 12, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    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!! ...

    3.5 stars. Super cute and left me feeling giddy ...

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

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

    good, a little slow. kinda frustrating how oblivous she was. ...

    It was alright,it was kinda boring and predictable. I was hoping for more. ...

    4/5 (B) ...

  • Beth Rodgers
    Jul 05, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

  • Dayla
    Aug 27, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    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!! ...

    3.5 stars. Super cute and left me feeling giddy ...

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

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

  • Shannon
    Mar 20, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 i...

  • Charmaine
    Sep 29, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

  • Sandy
    Aug 06, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

  • Kristin
    Sep 15, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    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!! ...

    3.5 stars. Super cute and left me feeling giddy ...

  • Melinda Di Lorenzo
    Dec 07, 2017

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

  • Teenage Reads
    Jul 31, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

  • Yolanda Martinez
    Aug 25, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Jul 21, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

  • Emy
    Aug 13, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    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!! ...

  • Amanda
    Aug 19, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    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!! ...

    3.5 stars. Super cute and left me feeling giddy ...

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

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

    good, a little slow. kinda frustrating how oblivous she was. ...

  • Priscila Picavea
    Feb 20, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    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!! ...

    3.5 stars. Super cute and left me feeling giddy ...

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

  • Megan Laplante
    Sep 19, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    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!! ...

    3.5 stars. Super cute and left me feeling giddy ...

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

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

    good, a little slow. kinda frustrating how oblivous she was. ...

    It was alright,it was kinda boring and predictable. I was hoping for more. ...

  • LaRonda (Flying Paperbacks)
    Jul 18, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

  • Eunice Borja
    Aug 25, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

  • Camila Roy ••RoyIsReading••
    Jul 09, 2018

    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 th...

  • Molly Gale
    Oct 01, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    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!! ...

    3.5 stars. Super cute and left me feeling giddy ...

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

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

    good, a little slow. kinda frustrating how oblivous she was. ...

    It was alright,it was kinda boring and predictable. I was hoping for more. ...

    4/5 (B) ...

    4.25 quick lil cute read. ...

  • Jaimie Hurley
    Sep 06, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

  • Grace Whisler
    Feb 08, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

  • Shia
    Jul 25, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

  • Haley
    Oct 01, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...

    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 s...

    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 wi...

  • ReenieT1721
    Oct 06, 2018

    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 th...

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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

    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 stor...

    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...

    ??? ?????? ...more ...

    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 ligh...

    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 genet...

    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 e...

    '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 fea...

    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 st...

    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 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 nigh...