Book Review – Perfect

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A rootless foster child, Julie Mathison had blossomed under the love showered upon her by her adoptive family. Now a lovely and vivacious young woman, she was a respected teacher in her small Texas town, and she passionately lived her ideals. Julie was determined to give back all the kindness she’d received; nothing and no one would ever shatter the perfect life she had fashioned.
Zachary Benedict was an actor/director whose Academy Award-winning career had been shattered when he was wrongly convicted of murdering his wife. After the tall, ruggedly handsome Zack escaped from a Texas prison, he abducted Julie and forced her to drive him to his Colorado mountain hideout. She was outraged, cautious, and unable to ignore the instincts that whispered of his innocence. He was cynical, wary, and increasingly attracted to her. Passion was about to capture them both in its fierce embrace…but the journey to trust, true commitment, and proving Zack’s innocence was just beginning….

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  1. “Perfect” has to be one of the best books I’ve ever read, and I know this because I’ve read it so many times. It’s the kind of book that you never tire of reading and re-reading. The characters are like old friends. It’s a love story that survives out of the most stressful and dangerous of situations, but Julie and Zack still manage to capture our hearts.From childhoods that could’nt be more different – except for their shared unhappiness, Julie Matthews and Zachary Benedict have worked to create the ‘perfect’ lives for themselves, and we get lucky enought to tag along for the ride. They are still as fresh and interesting as they were in the first novel. Be sure to read “Paradise” and then continue on with “Perfect”. I promise you will not be sorry you did.They are both great summer-time “beach books” but don’t wait to spread your towel on the sand . Grab them now and enjoy them. And then enjoy them again on your vacation

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