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The Way You Look Tonight

(The Standards #2)

4.20  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  4 reviews
As a member of a wealthy and influential family, Jaime “Jamie” Abello had his life mapped out. Being shipped off to LA with an insurance scam linked to his name was not part of his plan.

It had seemed so simple: pass the Philippines Medical Board Exam; practice in the family-owned and -controlled hospital; join the Board by age forty; and find a partner with whom he could
ebook, Second, 97 pages
Published February 11th 2017 by Tannah Press (first published February 12th 2016)
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3.5 stars

Jamie Abello's dreams of becoming a doctor are nearly ruined when he is abruptly sent away from his home country of the Philippines by his father to start a new life in the United States. His step-mother and half brothers are involved in insurance fraud that could potentially send his father to prison. In an effort to protect his son, Jamie's father urges him to start a new life in Los Angeles where he can begin his residency in pediatrics and stay away from the drama at home. Even thou
Nicki Markus
Feb 14, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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The Way You Look Tonight is a heartfelt story. I really enjoyed the way in which the relationship between the two men developed and the plot held my interest from start to finish.

Disclaimer: I was involved in the production of this title.
Deanna Against Censorship
I liked this little story. The MCs were intelligent and caring. Miles secure. Jamie stronger than he thinks as he continues on his life path no matter what is thrown at him be life.

When I will ever be free to laugh, love, or just be, I don’t know.

The small mystery a nice addition to the story. I did not like that Letty was described as ugly while other women were not. I loved Letty.
Feb 28, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Rating: 3.5*

So, it was a different start to a book than your typical beginning of a romance book. It was a slightly convoluted for a plot that didn't have a massive impact on the storyline in my opinion. However, it does grab into the book and does keep you interested.

Jamie has had to leave his home and his country in order to be protected from his family. Training to be a doctor whilst his father tries to clear his name, he finds his place in the world as he thrives in his role and meets Miles,
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