Not Quite Perfect is the continuation of the Not Quite series. I decided to read this a while ago on the airplane on my way to Columbus. I was in an indecisive mood and couldn’t figure out what I was in the mood to read next. Sometimes when you have so many books on your device it’s difficult to decide what you want to read next. This one had a photo of an airplane and I thought that was appropriate.
Not Quite Perfect by Catherine Bybee
I loved the story of Mary and Glen. I enjoyed the way the storylines of the couples intermingled and if you read the other book in the series you know the history of Dakota and Walt. This book brought you through a full range of emotions and themes; humor, laughter, suspense, disgust, and psychosis.
One of the important lessons that the book touches upon is that the right person for you might not always be what you thought they would be like and sometimes crazy people don’t appear crazy on the surface and you have to be careful. Regardless of your situation, love and friendships are vitally important. Another important point in the book is that often times family isn’t just the traditional idea of what a family looks like, and it’s never too late in life to find love.
I found myself flipping through the pages in eagerness to find out what happened next. I noticed some of the clues throughout the story, but didn’t know until the last bit of the book, so I thought that was well-written. No one wants to know the whodunnit too early in the game. Looking forward to more from this author and going back to check out her other series that she’s written.
My Rating: 5/5 Stars
I received a complimentary review copy via NetGalley. All reviews 100% reflect my honest opinion.
About the Book
Title: Not Quite Perfect
Author: Catherine Bybee
Published: September 2016
Mary Kildare knows how to read people. It’s both why she makes a great therapist and why she refuses to trust the average bachelor. Staying fiercely independent has been her primary relationship strategy—until wealthy playboy pilot (and commitment-phobe) Glen Fairchild reappears in her life. After a yearlong teasing tug-of-war, Mary and Glen test the waters of attraction, only to find that their physical chemistry runs deeper than flirtation.
At first, a bicoastal romance suits them both—especially since Glen can swoop in and whisk Mary away on one of his company’s planes. But no matter how close they get, they’re still three thousand miles apart. And when Mary’s life is threatened, Glen realizes the one luxury he doesn’t have is time. Can he close the distance between them before it’s too late?
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