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Nobody's Perfect Hardcover – February 1, 2012

4.1 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
Book 3 of 3 in the A Nobody Romance Series

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"All of the characters sparkle, and NOBODY'S PERFECT is fun, fresh, and a PERFECT story for a lovely spring day!" -- Diana Risso, Romance Reviews Today (see full review at romrevtoday.com/Author%20Pages/Ardito,%20Gina/Nobodys%20Perfect.htm)  --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

About the Author

Gina Ardito, a native of Long Island, New York, has always believed the two most important qualities in life are love and laughter, so it's only natural she'd combine the two in her written works. When not writing, she loves and laughs with her husband, Philip; their two children, Tori and Nick; a bionic dog; and one cat with a foot fetish and another affectionately known as The Skitten.
Nobody's Perfect is Gina's fifth book for AVALON and the final installment in her Nobody Romance Series. 'Nobody's Darling', 'Nobody's Business', 'A Run for the Money', and 'The Bonds of Matri-money' are also available.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 199 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (February 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 080347458X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0803474581
  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 5.8 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,022,778 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This book is different from the others in that the romance gradually builds without an extension or rush. The outline of the relationship blossoming between Summer and Craig Hartmann is really great, supporting the books title. It shows how a seemingly perfect situation is not so perfect after all. It was also nice that the protagonists from the other books in the series received highlights as well to piece together a great family-esque series. Accolades to the author! I enjoyed it and you will too if you like romance novels!
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By Supermuv on February 12, 2014
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This is an OK read. The beginning of the story opens with a bang.... and then calms down and becomes predictable. I didn't quite buy Chelsea's character or that the threat was real of Chelsea taking the kids away from Craig. Who would award custody to a woman who ran out on her marriage, abandoned her kids, moved out of the country and only saw the kids when it was convenient to her and her new husband, which was almost never. Given the life Chelsea preferred, having custody of her kids just didn't fit.
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I had no idea this novel was part of a trilogy...maybe that explains the gaps and assumptions in the story. I think it should be the law that sequential books should be numbered. Why read book one and two when you already know the conclusion from book three?
The story is entertaining enough, but ends so abruptly that I thought my Kindle had missed part of the download. It was like the author just quit to meet a deadline. Maybe the other books in the series were better, but I don't
plan to spend my money to find out.
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Nobody's Perfect is the first book in Gina Ardito's Nobody Romance trilogy. Along with Nobody's Business and Nobody's Darling' books 2 & 3 respectivly they chronicle the love lives of the three very different sisters,; April, Brooklyn and Summer Raine. The stories are all funny, sexy and romantic with well drawn characters. Like a story with only 3 long chapters, they'll have them in your hands or on your screen until you've read them all. So just buy all three at the same time; you won't be disappointed.
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It's hard to say which book in this series I liked better because they all offer a great story filled with all the right stuff. Summer Raine Jackson got more than she bargained for when she found out her husband was cheating on her. And while she might have suspected it, she never expected it to be broadcasted on national radio. And now the whole world knows.

Trying to figure out what she wants to do with her life, she knows she needs a job to support herself. As such, she takes a temporary job at her sister's parenting service. She's not happy about her first assignment though. Especially when she learns it's caring for Craig Hartmann's children, the DJ who told the world her plight. But it doesn't take her long to see that she can fill the void these children are missing in their lives. Taking this job would be a means to an end for her future goal of being a wedding planner. Of course, stepping into the mother role isn't easy when bad habits are already ingrained, but she manages to turn their lives around and the unruly kids start marching to her drum. But don't let me delude you into thinking this story is all roses without its problems. There's a nice mix of conflict and tension that will have you rooting all the way to the end. Does it have a happily ever after? Of course, but which one does she choose? I'd tell you, but then I'd be letting the cat out of the bag. Get the book--you'll love it!
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Such a fun read. I love books with happy endings and strong female characters who land on their feet. I did not realize that this was the third book in the trilogy, now I cannot wait to read the other two.
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Okay, that was weird. Did I miss something? Where's the end of the book?? I really enjoyed it, for the most part, but the story ended so abruptly it was a huge disappointment. I'm wondering if the story continues somewhere else. Is it a series?? I would recommend reading Nobody's Business before reading this one because, although it's not advertised as a series, there is obviously an order to the books by this author and it would be best to read them in order. I enjoyed the humour in this book and the characters were engaging as well. I think I would have enjoyed it more if I'd read the other books in order but it's still a good read (other than the ending, which totally sucks) and I recommend it.
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Summer had the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect husband and the perfect life. Well, she thought she did until she found out through a radio show that her husband was in fact not perfect but was cheating on her.

Once she finds out about his adultery, she goes about destroying her husband's possessions and the dialogue that goes on between them was hilarious! Summer was really cracking me up.

Summer soon runs into financial difficulty and her sister gets her a job as a Nanny to 3 children.

What Summer discovers is that perfection isn't all that great and sometimes life is better when it is a little messy.
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