One night with Carly in my arms shouldn’t change anything.
I’m not looking for a girlfriend.
I’ve already got enough female drama in my life.
Between my crazy mother and unsettled sister, I’m fully loaded.
Why then can’t I get the image of Carly’s long legs out of my head?
Why can’t I stop imagining how they’d feel wrapped around my waist.
It’s a good thing she’s not interested.
Either am I.
It was an innocent New Year’s kiss.
It was nothing. Just a dare from his little sister.
Why then, can’t I get him out of my head.
Why can I still feel and taste his lips on mine.
I want more. Much more.
But I don’t want to want more.
I don’t have time for more. There’s no room in my life for more.
There’s certainly no room in my life for a man like Gage McIntyre.
Picturing Perfect may be the second book in the series but it can be read as a standalone. I am going to keep this review short and sweet. I really enjoyed this book. The characters, Gage and Carly, are not only likable but almost ones you would want as a part of your real life. There is humor, there is undeniable chemistry between Gage and Carly, there are sweet moments and there are moments of drama. This really is a good book to curl up one afternoon and just lose yourself in. The book isn’t perfect but I didn’t care, I overall enjoyed this one and I think others will too. This book whore just may have found a new author.
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I’m just me. A clumsy, introverted, bubble bath loving, chocoholic who would rather read a book than go shopping. And god forbid if you try and make me shoe shop!
I’m one of four kids to school teacher parents. A wife to a football obsessed husband. Mother to a fur-baby who isn’t aware of how big he is. Aunt to the most crazy/adorable little girls. And sister to two very determined sisters and one easy going brother.
I live in Canberra Australia and work too many hours a day at my day job.