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Almost PerfectLives Making a pact they each have one year to face down their fears and show Miss Perfect a thing or two Origina. Book 1I LOVE this series This trilogy starts great the idea of the three best friends finding that their suite mate made them examples in her book and thusly creating the premise of the series was a great way to introduce the main characters The love loyalty and friendship that is seen throught the wholel series between these three women is phenominal I wish I could find one friend who I could interact like these three do I also like that this series isn't about teenagers or even twenty somethings but relates to us middle of the road womenOn to the bookMaddy and Joe have a past that almost destroys their future before they even gave it a chance I loved Mama Frasier's character and her bringing the two together I liked how steady Joe was throughout the book how he had always thought Maddy was a great artist and did his all to get her to see it Since I've read the whole seriesI'm telling you that you HAVE to read every book It is such a great read I plan on reading it at least once a year and sharing it with many others
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Almost Perfect characters ↠ 100 ¶ In this first of a new trilogy Maddie Christine and Amy find out their old college suite mate has written a bestselling book on how to have a perfect life and soon realize she used them as examples of how women screw up their lives Making a pact they each have one year to face down their fears and show Miss PerfecIn this first of a new trilogy Maddie Christine and Amy find out their old college suite mate has written a bests. Cute at times but overall way too cheesy for me His frown deepened Are you telling me to stop No Good God no Another shaky laugh came out I'm just warning you I feel like a whole case of dynamite that's about to go off A purely male smile tugged at his lips Good thing I'm rated expert in handling explosivesMultiple exchanges like the one above had me groaning at the utter corniness and really having to put the book down for a while This was my first book by Julie Ortolon and I can't say I'm in a big hurry to read any either Usually a big fan of light contemporaries but this one just didn't do it for me
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Elling book on how to have a perfect life and soon realize she used them as examples of how women screw up their. Why do I keep doing this These books are free on the kindle and so easy to read Like ramen Or salt and vinegar kettle chips I read it in one day Plot 3 BFFs are outraged that their old college roommate has written a self help book about them They challenge each other to overcome their fears orthe loser must buy the other two lunch Gasp Maddy the protagonist must get her artwork in a gallery and to do so becomes the Arts Crafts coordinator at Camp Enchantment you read that right The only catch Her hunky teenage flame now turned wounded war vet is the director OohThe psychology behind the characters was interesting than your typical commitment phobia or charming stubbornness However it only emerged towards the very end of the novel There are so many things I could complain about flaws that span over the whole chicklit genre or at least the free ones I've been reading the cheesy one liners the overkill descriptions of EVERY outfit change the lack of characterization of supporting female characters other than bitches or busybody matchmakers or that fab BFF the unrealistic little kids the inaccurate vernacular the unbearable gimickiness of the hook the fact that the MC's profession seems to be totally out of the author's area of expertise etc So I won't complain about those but I especially found it hard to suspend disbelief that Maddy hardly ever mentionedthought her dead husband unless it was related to her career And wouldn't Joe have some sort of PTSD from being in combat Many loose strings that need to be explored and weaved together cohesively I still got that warm fuzzy feeling at times but I'm not sure this would be worth your time unless your brain is frazzled and you need some lovin'