- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 10 hours and 40 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: February 9, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01B8L24S0
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I didn't want to go into anything overly personal but at the same time I felt like Willow's story forced you to reveal a little of yourself.
So many woman deal with body image issues.
So often the way we see ourselves is in a negative light.
And so so so often we feel so completely unworthy that being motivated to put in effort, to change and make ourselves better, is almost impossible.
How can you change your self perception when you don't think you are worthy of that change? It's extremely hard.
Growing up I was a skinny girl. I never had weight issues, but I had other issues. I never really knew WHO I was. I looked for my sense of worth in so many bad places. Once I turned 18, I got married, and within a couple months was pregnant. After that, I began to have not only self worth issues (brought in from BEFORE my marriage), but body image issues as well. I put on A LOT of weight. And with every child I had (I have 3 kids), my hips grew thicker, my butt grew bigger, my boobs got fuller, and my tummy was rounder.
Slowly over time these "self image issues" have grown in leaps and bounds. And I have lost any sense of who I am.
I think that's where so many woman will relate to Willow and this story. I really can't explain how much Willow is EVERY WOMAN. She feels like she's not good enough. She feels fat and ugly and unworthy of love and compassion. But the thing that separates Willow and makes her so inspiring is that under all that pain and rejection is woman who has FIGHT in her.
She knows that SHE is the only one who can PULL herself out. And she is ready to try and turn things around. Her toxic marriage is ending. And Willow is ready to leave the past behind and do something to make her life better. When Kane Masters enters Willow's life she is able to see herself through his eyes and with some nudging she is able to really find her self worth.
There is definitely drama and angst, crazy characters and funny moments, sex and swooniness, but I think this book is deeper than all that. This is really Willows journey to self acceptance.
I enjoyed every minute of it and I really loved watching her blossom and bloom under Kane's touch and unconditional love. I definitely think this book made me think about some of my personal issues and Willow inspired me to attack them. To find some sort of strength and motivation in myself to make the changes I need to make and accept myself for who I am, flaws and all.
Enter Kane Masters in her life. He is a movie star and he sees a woman that he knows he needs in his life immediately. They meet and Kane doesn’t see what Willow sees in the mirror. What he sees is a beautiful, lovely woman who is sexy inside and out. He can tell she is a spitfire waiting to happen. He treats her like the prize, the princess she is. Willow thinks he is too good to be true but she falls deeper and deeper in love with him
There are a lot of twists and turns in this book- and one major moment that you are left going Omg, WTH?? But like all roller coaster rides, hang on to your seats, the ride will take you on an experience you do not want to miss. I enjoyed reading Willow story. My heart broke for her and I cried so much while reading this book. Angry tears, sad tears, happy tears, confused tears…back to happy tears… There is a lot of emotional drama in the story. You would think that would overburden the story line but it doesn’t. It works for the plot and the ending is awesome. I cannot say enough good things about this story. She writes this book and shows how we are all unique and pretty in our own ways, and to realize that we our beautiful –This was such a terrific message and so brave for her to share her story. Kudos to her for doing this I hope the author will write stories for Kane’s brother and his female friend. I would like to see them get their own stories.
My rating 5.0 stars *****
***A gifted copy was provided by TRSOR PR for my honest review****
Willow gives him a chance, but Kane is hiding a huge secret involving a rumor about his best friend Mia and him. A rumor that threatens to tear apart their relationship once it's become public.
Can Willow Tate and her relationship with acclaimed actor Kane Masters withstand the spotlight and controversy that comes with fame and celebrity?
Perfectly Imperfect deals heavily in body image issues and the everyday struggles of a young woman who's always been bullied for being overweight. However, it also shows that you can never underestimate how much support and love from an unexpected place can truly bring out self love and strength. I love when a book is more personal to an author. It can contribute so much more to the story.
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