Sunday, 20 July 2014

The Perfect Boyfriend by Renee Novelle

The Perfect BoyfriendThe Perfect Boyfriend by Renee Novelle
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have to start saying that you need to read book 1 really before reading this one. Alas, I picked this one to read for a blog tour not realizing it was book 2, my mistake, not anyone else's, so it took me a while to place things together, once I did though, I enjoyed this book.

Reagan and Ian's love for each other, he can feel it coming out of each page you turn, but like any good romance it has its problems.

When Ian's father was taken ill and not expected to last long, of course Ian had to return home.

I can't give you more about this story as it's going to reveal too many spoilers and I hate reading reviews with too many spoilers, what's the point of reading the book yourself if you can piece it all together by the reviews! so mine stops here.

Its a well written, well thought out storyline. Loved the characters, real, honest and true.


The Perfect Boyfriend picks up right where we left Reagan and Ian in The Boyfriend List.


As their friendship blossoms quickly into a steamy romance, Reagan and Ian have to learn to navigate their shifting relationship...and everything that entails. But their newfound bliss doesn’t come without a few unexpected challenges.


In the midst of realizing just how sweet the romance can be between them, and all the benefits of their new dynamic, Reagan is informed that her ideal situation has changed. Not only will she need to begin taking on more classes to speed up her graduation date, but she’ll also have to start looking for a job to supplement her fading income. Meanwhile, Ian has chosen to pull out of school once his father is diagnosed with a terminal illness in order to help manage the family business and spend time with him while he still can. But he wrestles with the guilt of leaving Reagan behind, and the pressure of his new responsibilities.


As the two meet their new challenges head-on, they’ll be forced to discover whether or not they’re as compatible as lovers as they were as friends. With their focus pulled in so many directions, will they have what it takes to keep a long distance relationship alive? Can Ian prove that he’s still be the perfect boyfriend, or will they fold to statistics under the growing tensions of their lives? Throw in some manipulative exes, a new boss with an inflated ego, and a co-worker from hell and the two have a recipe for either a fairy tale ending, or a complete disaster.


The Perfect Boyfriend is a New Adult Romance about trust, love, and discovering the true depths of personal strength









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