Monday, April 28, 2014

Book Review - Searching for Perfect by Jennifer Probst

ABOUT THE BOOK


The up-and-coming matchmaking agency Kinnections is the hottest thing to hit Verily, New York—just like Kennedy Ashe, social director for the service she owns with her two best girlfriends. A coach, consultant, and cheerleader rolled into one super-sizzling package, Kennedy creates dream dates, encourages singles to shine, and never refuses a challenge—not even Nate Ellison Raymond Dunkle, rocket scientist, nerd extraordinaire, and Kennedy’s newest client.

Kennedy vows to work her magic and transform this hot mess in a lab coat with a disastrous relationship track record into the most wanted man on the Verily dating scene. If only she could turn the wand on herself . . .

Though she radiates confidence and sex appeal, Kennedy harbors deep-seated insecurities from a tormented past and lifelong struggle with weight issues. When she realizes she and Nate are cut from the same cloth and might be perfect together, can Kennedy learn to let her heart lead the way? Or will her fears sentence her to the sidelines as Nate finds love—with someone else?

REVIEW

Nate and Kennedy seem like polar opposites, but we soon figure out they have a lot more in common than appears at first glance.

Nate’s make-over was fun to read about, even though I’m not sure he’d have gone along with everything that was asked of him. Nate’s dry wit kept the book entertaining as he navigated a chaotic world with his very analytic mind.

The sex scenes are hot, and clearly Nate’s analytic mind and research pays off big time.


I don’t always get the relationship between Nate and his brother Connor, but hopefully he’ll be getting his own makeover soon!

OVERALL RATING - 4.5STARS!
MATURITY RATING - 18+ a little steamy

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jennifer Probst is the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of both sexy and erotic contemporary romance. She was thrilled her novel, The Marriage Bargain, was the #6 Bestselling Book on Amazon for 2012. Her first children's book, Buffy and the Carrot, was co-written with her 12 year old niece, and her short story, "A Life Worth Living" chronicles the life of a shelter dog. She makes her home in New York with her sons, husband, two rescue dogs, and a house that never seems to be clean. She loves hearing from all readers!

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