The Charlie Factor - Diana DeRicci I liked how Gregory was able to rationally think about his feelings and not just freak out when he began having feelings for Charlie.
I didn't think Charlie let his injury and past define him as another reviewer thought. Maybe if the murder attempt had happened 10 years ago instead of the 1 year Charlie might have been wallowing in it all. I liked how Charlie was in therapy and it was no big deal, no stigma about it at all.
I did feel like the ending was rushed a little and things tied together a little more quickly than they would have in real life.