The Exception to the Rule by Beth Rinyu

REVIEWED BY Becky Cox

The Exception to the RuleThe Exception to the Rule by Beth Rinyu
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If you need a good cry then The Exception to the Rule will definitely deliver.

Kat, a young physician, reeling from a bad break up heads out a medical mission for nine months in Africa. She is swearing off men and hoping to recover while there. That is, until she meets Dr. Julian Kiron. He hits all her buttons and she has a hard time staying away from him.

She has to leave near the end of her mission unexpectedly.

Thus the story (and the tears) really start.

Kat harbors a secret that she is forced to reveal. There is a lot of heartache in the Exception to the Rule, but plenty of humor to balance it out.

Claire and Charlie, friends of Kat, are great supporting characters.

I want to say more but don't want to give up the plot. I enjoyed this book and having dealt with a few of things going on gave me a better connection with the characters.

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