Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Review of Perfectly Imperfect by Harper Sloan

I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Willow and Kane. When this book opens up we meet Willow as a young girl who has been in the same car accident that killed her mother. Her father can't stand her and her sister wants nothing to do with her so what's a girl to do in this situation? Stuff it all down an hope that at some-point it will get better. Next we see that life didn't get better for Willow it just changed as to who was verbally abusive to Willow. After she marries the first guy to show interest in her she realizes her mistake but isn't sure she will ever meet anyone better. So now we are where Willow is getting a divorce after she caught her husband and sister in bed together. Willow has learned with the help of therapy that she deserves better but can she really accept going for more in her life. When she stands up in her lawyers office spills the contents of her purse and falls down from catching on the broken strap. Willow finds that there might be someone out there willing to actually accept her and give her that more. 

Kane sees Willow in the lawyers office and immediately feels protective and wants her to be with him. However the more he looks at her the more he knows that to get the girl of his dreams he is going to have to tread lightly and give her the time to see him like he sees her. Kane wants to give Willow the world but to watch her retreat into herself while she is around him is not acceptable. He is determined to get his woman and to make her whole again, no matter how long that might take. 

This book is amazing. It really shows us life can be better if we are willing to open up to the possibility of something more and something better. This book also shows us that you can't always judge a book by it's cover sometimes even the most put together people on the outside are the ones that are falling apart on the inside. This book will show you about love, acceptance, and the chance to really fight for that something more. This book is for anyone and everyone. It needs to be on everyone's must read list.

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