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Product Details

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 24, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1484196694
  • ISBN-13: 978-1484196694
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,248 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,030,663 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Abbi Glines is the author of bestselling series like The Vincent Boys, SeaBreeze and Too Far all of which have had titles on the NYT bestseller list. A devoted booklover, Abbi lives with her family in Alabama. She maintains a Twitter addiction at @abbiglines and can also be found at AbbiGlines.com. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

More About the Author

When I'm being forced up a mountainside with a backpack weighing me down, terrified of meeting a bear around the next corner or when I'm being hauled out into choppy waters holding on for dear life afraid I'll be pitched over at any moment, I wonder why, exactly, I married my crazy husband. Then again having an adventurous if somewhat insane spouse has been the best muse a writer could ask for. My debut novel, Breathe - a YA contemporary romance, was released May,17, 2011 by Wild Child Publishing and it's thanks to one of those spur of the moment boat trips that sparked the idea for Breathe. I've been writing all my life but it wasn't until I tried my hand at YA fiction that I found my groove. Apparently I never really grew up, which may explain my marriage to a dare devil. I've recently signed the contract on my first YA paranormal titled Existence to be released this Christmas. On October 21, I will be releasing The Vincent Boys - an older YA romance with an edgier feel. It will be available in digital format on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. You can find me on Twitter @abbiglines I have a slight addiction....

Customer Reviews

Twisted perfection was a wonderful, sweet and sad love story.
nikiw.
Another great book from Abbi- I fell in love with Woods in Fallen too Far and was super excited to get his story.
Jess
I am happy to say that I loved Twisted Perfection.....Woods is perfect and I really liked Della.
Shambles

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363 of 377 people found the following review helpful By Heather Johnson on April 22, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I LOVE Abbi Glines, I love all of her books that I've read and I've read almost all of them. But seriously? Is every new book that comes out going to be a cliffhanger or "Book 1 of 2"?!? It's like the new trend.I've rated it with three stars because this book coulod have been a four or five star read, had the story been written in its entirety. I feel just a little jipped here, I regret waiting for other reviews prior to purchasing since I prefer the whole story in one sitting not broken down over a six month period.

I LOVE Woods. What I don't love is when a book is split into two books when it could have been one book, just longer. I love a delicious, fun, great book. One that wraps me up in warm and fuzzies and angst and gives it all in one shot for me.

At about 95% I was wondering how the hell this book was going to wrap itself up in a pretty bow with only 5% left. A book that is split into two short books instead of one longer one does not make me a happy reader, I find it really frustrating.

Did I read it in one sitting? Yes
Was it hot and Woods is sexy? Yes

Was it like a bad one night stand with me feeling like, "WTF? Is that IT?!? It's over?!?" YES!!

Fair warning, this book did not leave me warm and fuzzy and I would've waited til' both books were realeased had I known the book would just stop. The End. Just saying......
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117 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie on April 23, 2013
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I liked it, enjoyed reading to the last page and then I realized that's not the end. I was not happy because I would appreciate if the author would have a disclaimer that this is book #1 of 2 etc... I am tired of many authors doing this crap. I would have waited to have read both of them at the same time instead of waiting another 3-4 months for the next one. It happened the same thing with Fallen too far and Never too far. I was dumb enough to think there is only one book for Woods. It sucks because I like this author, but I am still mad as hell. Many readers think it's not fair to give a good book rating less than it deserves, however, I would have given it higher rating if I have known what I got myself into. I would like to be warned what I am in for instead of being blindsided by the authors.
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54 of 59 people found the following review helpful By SassySavvy Melis on April 23, 2013
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Ok, so here is the scoop. I really wanted to love this book, because I LOVED Woods in the Fallen series.Things seemed to move really fast and I felt like Woods was a different person from who I thought he was. I almost felt like he was too much like Rush in this book. The similarities between Rush/Woods and Blaire/Della in this book were a little too much. And can Grant PLEASE get some love? lol

I didn't hate this book, but it's not my favorite from Abbi Glines. I just didn't see him saying some of the things that he said in this book based on his character in the first series. I also felt like some of the sexual parts were really awkward and I found myself scrunching my face as opposed to gripping my pillow like usual.

The cliffhanger ending does have me wanting to read the conclusion to see how it ends, but it's getting annoying. Can we have some stand alone books please? I just don't love these characters enough at this point to see a justification for another book. Maybe had we had a juicy conclusion we'd be begging for more.

I'd suggest to read it and make your own opinion.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By austin reader Lorie on April 23, 2013
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Dont get me wrong I love the male characters in this authors books so yummy. That being said, the Woods from previous books and this book was completely different he seemed more like Rush. Also this book was very much like the previous books with Rush and Blair. By the way I didnt think those books even concluded. i am also sick of reading books in series, just write a longer book and finish it please.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Iris1362 on April 25, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
When I read a book by Abbi Glines I get exactly what I expect.
Her stories are like comfort food; not very exciting, but comforting, familiar...safe.
She's that author I know I can count on to give me a safe HEA.
But I have to say I'm a little annoyed with the ending of this book, because we just went through this with Fallen Too Far.
I wasn't expecting a "cliffhanger" and I really didn't feel it was necessary for there to have been one.
I really do like her, but I feel like the story was rushed and I didn't feel any depth to it.
I think this could have been an amazing story if she took her time and wrote a well thought out full length novel instead of unnecessarily turning it into another series.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Pinky on April 23, 2013
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I'm crazy about Abbi Glines writings; I've read everything she's ever written, so when I found out she was doing Twisted Perfection, I couldn't wait to read it. I was so disappointed that I snorted when I found out there was going to be a sequel. I probably won't even bother with it. "Spoiler Alert" First, I know Della, the heroine, had issues with her mom killing herself and the abuse, but she really didn't have much of a personality at all. When the book first started out and Woods helped her pump gas, I thought it was going to be really hot and entertaining because they had so much chemistry, but then there's a sex scene blaring right in your face right off the bat without them even getting to know each other and then she's off to screw around with another guy. Yeah, that's a big issue for me. I love Abbi Glines heroines because they're so innocent and naïve and the guys are really hot and all alpha male. I was so thrilled Woods was getting his own story, loved him from previous works, but there really wasn't much of a story to Twisted Perfection. Della has issues, she needed to feel love and so she gives her virginity to some random, smooth talking guy that we don't really know anything about, then she hops Woods bones for a one night stand and then off to a married man. I know she didn't know the last dude was married, but if Woods affected her so much, why'd she move onto another guy so quickly? Yeah, I get that she's on a road trip to live a little, but this story was rushed and the chemistry went south after the one night stand. Della was supposed to be innocent and vulnerable, but she was anything but. I just didn't care for the heroine and I really hope Abbi Glines gets back to her previous style of writing, like the Vincent Boys and the Vincent Brothers.....YUM! Now those were super hot books that I've read and re-read.
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