Review: Undeniably Perfect (Perfectly Imperfect Love #1)

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wildfire Marketing Solutions.

This book came along on a day where life was more stressful than the norm, and it was exactly what I needed. I'd read S.E. Rose's Chronicles of a Hot Mess and Chronicles of a Rockin' Mess late last year and enjoyed my introduction to her writing, so when the opportunity to read the first in a brand-new series came along, I hopped right to it. Undeniably Perfect is book one in Rose's Perfectly Imperfect Love series, and readers meet a twenty-seven-year-old baseball player named Kent Moore and a twenty-four-year-old photographer named Tabitha Crane. They're both good at what they do, but as talented as these two may be, they're struggling at the moment. When they met during a photo shoot, Kent sees an opportunity to help out Tabby and seizes upon it, simply because he's that sort of guy--an honest-to-goodness nice guy. They're lives becomes entangled and there's an attraction there, one neither of them is prepared to do anything about. But a connection like theirs? Well, it's so undeniably perfect.

I love it when a book I'm reading manages to leave me with a smile on my face, but when that smile pops up more than once while I'm reading a book, well, consider me a very happy puppy. S.E. Rose has made me laugh in the past, and she's done it again with this new series starter of hers. This was a feel-good romance, and if that wasn't what it was meant to be, it doesn't really matter since I did, indeed, feel good after having read it. Whatever was weighing me down, was forgotten for the duration that Kent and Tabby's story captured my attention. I adore small-town romances that highlight the closeness of family and the quirkiness of the people in the community. Add to that the chemistry between Kent and Tabby and how they went from strangers to friends to lovers and then far more. Here were two people from very different backgrounds who end up finding love, family, and home together. Le sigh. I've got the highest of hopes that the rest of this series is just as good. 4.5 stars go to Undeniably Perfect. ♥ 

Date Read: 30 April 2020

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