- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 6 hours and 25 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: September 23, 2013
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FA6BG20
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Simple Perfection Audiobook – Unabridged
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This starts about 1 week from the place that Twisted Perfection left of. One thing I really liked, was you were able to get to see more of the fight between Della and Angelina had when Blaire (Forever Too Far) came in and saved the day.
Della and Woods are happy and trying to figure things out. Della has all her self doubts that she isn't good enough for Woods when Woods feels that he can't breath if Della isn't at his side.
Woods is trying to figure out how to protect Della from anything and everything because he knows how fragile she is with her past and wants to do nothing but help her and love her.
I think Della's character has the most growth in this book and she learns some things about her past that she had no clue of and this information helps her out tremendously with her fears.
We are introduced to new characters with Della and get a little more insight some of the situations from Della's childhood.
Lots of things happen in Simple Perfection and we get to see a lot of characters, especially Blaire, Rush and Nate which is always nice. There will be things that happen which you will not see coming and there are new situations that have not shown up in Abbi's writing from the her books that I have read. I could be wrong about this!!!
We are also given glances and setups for Grant's book and possibly some others such as Tripp and a certain character that I will not mention.
I don't want to give any spoilers so I won't say anything else.
If you haven't read any of the Rosemary Beach Books, I strongly recommend you get on that because you will fall in love with these characters as much as I have!Simple Perfection: A Novel
This is a review on the Rosemary Beach Series including Twisted Perfection & Simple Perfection
I absolutely LOVED this series, Abbi Glines is one of my all time favorite authors.
I love the way all the characters appear in all the books and how over the series you get to know each and everyone of them with each book.
Blaire & Rush are still my favorite couple by far, with Della & Woods close second.
Just being able to loose myself and feel like I'm actually there whilst reading these books was a major plus for me. Especially when you can't pout the books down and you never want it to end.
I loved being able to laugh, cry and get angry which sometimes doesn't always happen but when a story is written as good as these, it happens!
Thank You Abbi Glines for taking me on an amazing journey through books. Can't wait to read the rest.
I think this series is starting to feel a little formulaic. I read the first Woods/Della book almost 11 months ago. Maybe too much time passed? I have read a lot of amazing books since then. Formulaic just isn't cutting it for me anymore.
My general thoughts (WARNING: SLIGHT SPOILERS)
1. Unnecessarily separating Della and Woods. Their whole separation never made sense. From the weird conversation Della overheard (and of course misunderstood and never bothered to clarify) to her friends lying to her to keep them apart. Woods should have followed her immediately. A real alpha male would have.
2. Which leads me to aliens taking over Woods. He became smothering. Clingy. He couldn't even function without Della around him. Where was the Woods from the first book? I felt like he grew a vagina in this book.
3. Why was the friend able to find out that Della was adopted?? This would never happen. And how would she even know to pursue this? Don't get me wrong, I liked that she ended up being adopted. It helped tidy up her issues nicely (and without counseling!). But her friend finding this out for her just didn't work.
4. What was the point of Angelina and the wrath of mother dearest? They stirred up trouble in the first half and then just disappear in the second half.
5. Ultimately, the drama felt contrived.
Don't get me wrong. It was still a fun, easy book. I just had to shut my brain down a bit to swallow it all.