Mary Kildare knows how to read people. It’s both why she makes a great therapist and why she refuses to trust the average bachelor. Staying fiercely independent has been her primary relationship strategy—until wealthy playboy pilot (and commitmentphobe) Glen Fairchild reappears in her life. After a yearlong teasing tug-of-war, Mary and Glen test the waters of attraction, only to find that their physical chemistry runs deeper than flirtation.
At first, a bicoastal romance suits them both—especially since Glen can swoop in and whisk Mary away on one of his company’s planes. But no matter how close they get, they’re still three thousand miles apart. And when Mary’s life is threatened, Glen realizes the one luxury he doesn’t have is time. Can he close the distance between them before it’s too late?
Not Quite Perfect is the 5th installment in the Not Quite Series, but can read as a stand-alone. Not Quite Perfect follows the story of Mary and Glen. Mary is an amazing therapist by day and commitmentphobe by night. She is an amazing friend and someone you can totally count on. She loves her life and enjoys being independent….that is until Glen comes back into her life. Glen refuses to let Mary blow off their attraction and before they know it, they take a chance on what has been brewing between them. However, their road to HEA is not an easy one. Their road will be met with quite a few obstacles and only time will tell if their bond is strong enough to survive whatever life throws at them….
Not Quite Perfect was a quick and easy read. I thought the story was well written and entertaining. This story is filled with great friendships, romance and suspense. Mary and Glen won me over from the very beginning. I loved their chemistry and banter.
Not Quite Perfect had a lot of great twists. I really loved the suspense that surrounded the story and enjoyed trying to figure out what truly was going on. I had a few suspects, one in particular sticking out in my mind and was happy to find out that I was right all along.
Overall, I thought this book was an enjoyable read.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book via the publisher and NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*