Perfect Imperfections Reviews

Shh Moms Reading It has been a long time since a book grabbed me like this simply based on the connection and dialogue .. Reg and Jeremy who Reg eventually calls JJ build a wonderful friendship, the author created some wonderful dialogue, adorable banter and exchanges between these two that often had me grinning from ear to ear. Reg and JJ form a true bond, they come to rely on each other before they even become intimate. As these two gradually step into each others personal space, the reader can feel the attraction they share ...And when they do connect it was electric and it brought the emotions into the sex ... Reg and Jeremy truly fit into each other lives; they learned to live in each others space. This was book about two men, two adults finding a happy they never dreamed of with each other. In the end, the happy created for Reg and JJ warmed my soul.

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Sinfully Sexy Book Reviews a really enjoyably sweet yet hot romance between ... endearing characters. ... What I loved about Cardeno's version of this type of fantasy romance ... was that for a good part of the story we just see these two guys actually getting to know each other as friends. No instant lust or love with these two. That slowly filters into the plot as the book rolls along...The yummy sexual tension is still there, but its paced out brilliantly across the book, getting stronger and more steamily sexy as the initial easy friendship between the MC's starts to turn into something deeper and more realistic as they spend their time together. The banter and conversation between JJ and Reg showed the depth of their chemistry together at each stage of the relationship. ....When that time arrives in the book, the heat level rockets and those love scenes that you've waited patiently for will definitely get you all hot and bothered and wanting to cool off in a cold shower!...There's some conflict and a touch of angst thrown in here and there but ultimately this is just a really endearing love story that makes you feel good and gives you the warm and fuzzies.

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Smut Book Club Rock stars! Pretend boyfriends! Super hot sex and lots of it! If you're in the mood for a really sweet, extremely low on angst and high on smut romance, this is the book for you. This is just some really lovely writing, about two wonderful guys, who both deserve to get what they want and need, and they do. There is nothing more to it, and it hit exactly the right spot when I needed some good old fluffy, feel-good reading.

Swept Away by Romance I absolutely loved this amazing story! ...I loved seeing their relationship develop slowly while they really got to know each other. ...Reg really understood Jeremy and was able to truly support him so he could focus on his music. Reg was extremely patient and helped Jeremy mature in his behavior. The build up to their first hot sex scene together was so intense and emotional. I liked the way we saw time pass by so the strengthening of their relationship made sense. Throw in a little mystery about somebody leaking information to the press, and I had a story that I couldn't put down. My favorite thing about books by this author is that he spends the time to fully develop both the characters and the relationship. If you haven't read the author's work before, this is a great starting point, since it's not part of a series.

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The Blogger Girls I absolutely ADORED these guys. ...They're a very cute couple... I really loved the fact that this was such a slow burn romance. At first, they're just friends. ...This story had a really nice, slow pace to it that fit the characters and their relationship well. It wasn't about sex for them but instead about love. It was so sweet!...I adored the characters and their slow development from friends to lovers. By the end of the story, I felt like I knew them. This is a sweet, slow-burn romance that is just that… a romance. It was light and funny in some places and just heavy enough in others but most of all, it was engaging and had a nice flow to it. I already feel the urge to re-read it!!

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