Perfect Imperfections Reviews

3 Chicks After Dark What I loved about the dynamic of Jeremy and Reg's relationship was how ‘take charge' Reg became. Jeremy was the star but he liked Reg in control of things so he could focus on performing...Reg was the one person that seemed to care about Jeremy because he truly liked him and not because he could gain anything from knowing him. I think that was what Jeremy loved the most about Reg at first as well. That ‘like' soon started to reshape into something more. ...Since Jeremy never had a real relationship with anyone, it took him awhile to discover what he truly had with Reg. The slow burn was very sweet and romantic and so Cardeno C! Read this book for the nice permanent smile that will be on your face the whole time you read it. Also, because sometimes no angst is the very best thing in the world!!

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Biblio Belles While slower paced, than I usually read, I enjoyed the story. It allows the reader to truly get to know Jeremy and Reggie and see how they connect on such a deep level. Perfect Imperfections is a genuine story of two men finding their way to each other. The love shared between Jeremy and Reggie is intense and passionate. It reminds us that love goes where it belongs. It knows no obstacle or hardship. Love always wins. If you are looking for a sweet, yet genuine M/M story then I highly recommend this author.

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Binge On Books The resulting relationship is part friendship, part hottie hot hot sex personified. This gay for you book will get you hooked

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BJ's Book Blog I loved watching the "faux-lationship" between Reg and Jeremy grow....Loved how Reg was with Jeremy. Yes at first he was there to see the world while acting as Jeremy's "pretend" boyfriend, but there was always something more between them. This is the first of Cardeno C's books that I have read, but I have already added a few more to my TBR list and to my Kindle.

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Boys in Our Books Reg and Jeremy will take your mind off things and pull you into their world and before you know what happened, you'll be reading the last pages of their story and wishing for more.

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