Review: Changed (The Imperfect Girls Book 1) by T. S. Murphy

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Kate McGuire has loved her brother’s best friend for years—an older guy who didn’t know she existed and whose smoking-hot girlfriend could punch her into next week. But now Kate’s eighteen and Quinn Haley is girlfriend-free and looking at her like she’s outside the friend zone. Everything is working out perfectly—until she receives a surprise diagnosis, one that may prevent her from ever having sex.

Quinn has dealt with abuse and rejection his entire life, but when he finally breaks up with his cheating girlfriend, he realizes his best friend’s little sister has always been there for him.

Kate’s entire future will be a lifetime of no. No children. No sex. No Quinn. And when Quinn won’t take no for an answer, she fights him every step of the way.

New Adult novel: Recommended for 17+ due to mature themes and sexual content. HEA guarantee.

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Kate has been in love with Quinn for years.  He practically grew up with her as her parents took him in and her brother is his best friend.  Quinn is such a tormented character.  His relationship with both his parents is toxic.  Kate’s family is his example of the perfect family.  This story is painful for Kate.  She has to watch Quinn with other girls, then she gets her diagnosis.  It is a devastating blow.  Of course, that is when Quinn notices Kate and realizes how he feels about her.
Her reactions are realistic, and the reader feels for her.  The author presents this situation that is actually real but not very known.  As I read this, I could not even imagine what it would be like to go through that life changing situation.  You could understand how she would feel less and fear what her future would be like.

Quinn is dealing with his own issues but wants to support Kate.  I understand why she doesn’t want to tell him, but I think it would have been better if she would have told him sooner.  She would have had him to lean on instead of going through some of it alone.  It was a good read.  I give it a 4 out of 5.

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