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Pitcher Dylan Dennings has his future all mapped out: make the minors straight out of high school, work his way up the farm system, and get called up to the majors by the time he’s twenty-three. The Plan has been his sole focus for years, and if making his dreams come true means instituting a strict “no girls” policy, so be it.
Lucy Foster, needlepoint ninja, big sister to an aspiring pitcher, and chicken advocate, likes a little mayhem. So what if she gets lost taking her brother to baseball camp…at her own high school? The pitching coach, some hotshot high school player, obviously thinks she’s a hot mess. Too bad he’s cute, because he’s so not her type.
Problem is, they keep running into each other, and every interaction sparks hotter than the last. But with Dylan’s future on the line, he has to decide whether some rules are made to be broken…
Continue reading to see my review of The Perfectly Imperfect Match
The Perfectly Imperfect Match is such a fun, cute contemporary read. I tore through the pages and finished this book so fast. While it is the third book in a series, it reads like a standalone, and I imagine that it’s sort of like Morgan Matson’s books, where the characters in previous books make an appearance.
I thought that the book really got right into the romance, which I surprisingly liked a lot. It’s very apparent that there’s some sexual tension between Lucy and Dylan from the very start, and though they don’t seem to like one another, you can tell that things are going to be interesting with them.
I am such a sucker for cute contemporary romance. Who doesn’t love romance and swoony boys? Just kidding, I’m sure a lot of people don’t like contemporary romance, but they really are missing out.
I give The Perfectly Imperfect Romance 4/5 stars. I’m definitely going to have to pick up the first two books from this series.
About the Author:
Kendra C. Highley lives in north Texas with her husband and two children. She also serves as staff to four self-important and high-powered cats. This, according to the cats, is her most important job. She believes in everyday magic, extraordinary love stories, and the restorative powers of dark chocolate.