- File Size: 1971 KB
- Print Length: 211 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 6, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B015OS4904
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #574,484 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Almost Perfect (A Good Girl Book 2) Kindle Edition
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In this story, we get to see how Charlie and Dominic's relationship continue to play out. Gone is the "everything is fantastic" vibe we got in "A Good Girl". In this book, they have to fight for their relationship. Both of them made mistakes, but I'm glad that they took the time to air out their concerns and difficulties. One thing I liked about this book was that it didn't sugarcoat their problems - even though Charlie and Dominic would have liked that. I liked that we were given a front row seat to how lack of communication can ruin even the most stable of relationships.
Another thing I loved about this book was that the friendship between Iris and Charlie was still as strong as ever even though their lives were moving in different directions. I think this is a very important point and I'm glad the author made it work for both girls.
As for the identity of the perpetrator, I was quite surprised - even though it made a lot of sense.
Overall, I did enjoy this book and I'm glad Charlie and Dominic were able to come out stronger and better than ever in the end.
This story had it all, love, romance, sweetness, anger and tears. I felt for Dominic and Charlie, I cried, moped and my stomach was in knots. Jenny ran me through all of the emotions Charlie was feeling as if they were my own.
I would suggest this book to everyone and all of Jenny's books. I'm anxiously awaiting her next creation. She is such a talented author.
Siegel's second book is as compelling as her debut. Charlie and Dominic's love story continues where A Good Girl left off on a bit of mystery. I won't say what that mystery was, you will have to read to find out! What I will say is that Charlie is trying to keep the past in the past.
There is definitely plenty of drama, suspense and angst within the pages of Almost Perfect. I enjoyed the story tremendously, but let me tell you, there were several moments I wanted to throw my kindle! The passion and humor within these chapters was much needed, and I did appreciate those moments.
Siegel's writing gripped my heart and did not let go throughout the entire book. I really loved the conclusion to this beautiful story about friendship, soul mates and staying true to yourself. Thank you so much Jenny for the love story of Charlie and Dominic. I will never forget them!
Stellar writing will capture you from beginning to end and ALL the characters were witty, charming, poignant and all around a riot...but it all made for one interesting read. A definite must read for those who enjoy a good romance with wit, sass, charm and of course love!
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This is a sequel to A Good Girl and I love how it continues Dominic and Charlie's story!Read more
relationship, but have to work hard in order to make it work.Read more