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Preview — Perfect Sense by Amanda Cowen
And he's every woman's dirty fantasy in the state of California.., except one... Quinn Ashby.
Recent graduate of Penn and top of her class, Quinn is whip smart, ambitious and interning as the new marketing coordinator for the Bexley Bruisers American Hockey League team. The last thing she needs is to waste her time on guys…especially one as let ...more
UPDATE: I just received PERFECT LOVE (Perfect Series #2) back from my editor! FINALLY!!!!
As a token of my appreciation for your patience, I have attached the to Prologue for PERFECT LOVE on the Goodreads page your reading pleasure!!!!!!
PERFECT LOVE will be released end of March beginning of April!
Pre-orders will start at the end of January!
Thank you for all of your patience!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I know readers are anxious to continue on with Cash and Quinn's story, and believe me I am ...more
Again, here I am, and don't know what to think. I loved this story but I didn't love it. Sometimes, I really enjoyed it and sometimes, I just rolled my eyes.
The story itself wasn't bad but I didn't feel the characters. They were... I don't know. They were boring.
But! The bomb with the end...OMG. I need this sequel right now!
4.0 "MITTENS" STARS!!!
Holy shit this book!!!This book that got me invested right from beginning 'til the end! It's riduculously funny...heartwarming...enjoyable...sexy as sin and hot as hell. I just went from laughing and swooning and ahhh...all the feels!!!, Because seriously I can't form any coherent words right now as I'm still on an AMANDA COWEN HIGH!
Perfect Sense follows the story of Quinn Ashby, the other daughter of Santa Ana Tornado and it's affiliate Bexley Bruisers' President. Looking ...more
Yup. That groupie (or puck bunny in this case) love.
Honestly, the book was full of drama, which at least helped to keep things interesting.
I couldn't connect with either of the main characters. Quinn was supposed to be depicted as a good girl, a daddy-pleaser, but to me, she came off as weak, judgmental and condescending. Cash was what the stereotypical star athlete would be. Narcissistic, arrogant, inconsiderate, alpha, and promiscuous.
The two of them toge ...more
I get this is a romance novel and his pursuit of Quinn was meant to be some form of alpha romantic shit that should make me swoon but seriously it just left a bad taste ...more
I hated both Hero and the heroine. The hero is a manwhore doesn't know the meaning of the word no. The heroine is an annoying, holier than thou little shit who has internalized mysogynism.
The cover and the synopsis was what immediately attracted me to the book, I knew that I had to read it right away, and let me tell you that it did not disappoint at all. Not having read any other works by the author before, I wasn't sure what to expect of the book as whole, but the minute I started reading the first chapter I couldn't stop reading.
Right from the very beginning we get to meet Quinn Ashby, a college grad that has spent the ...more
**Josie's Review 4.5 STARS**
Oh my word, this book was just simply amazing! You know when you read a book that leaves you feeling speechless and you can’t express fully what you feel, that is how I feel at this very moment. Perfect Sense is the perfect mix of angst, romance, drama, secrets, laughs and two strong loving complexed characters. The story itself is very engaging from the very start to the very last page. Once I started this book I could not stop.
Quinn was the perfect Heroine. She is ...more
This is ...more
Quinn had a rough childhood ...more
His wavy honey hair stands on edge, from my fingers running through it at least a hundred times. His white tee shirt is wrinkled, and my lipstick is smeared all over his neck and lips, like I've marked him. He looks at me with a hint of uncertainty mixed with a sliver of desperation in his eyes, which makes my heart beat a mile a minute.
Cash fucking Brooks. Get in my bed.
Is that a good enough review for you guys?
And he’s every woman’s dirty fantasy in the state of Californ
I will admit that throughout a good portion of the book, I ha ...more
Quinn has always dreamt of getting into Harvard. She has applied for grad school but hasn't heard back. So she goes back home to live with her sister. Cash plays for her fathers hockey team and is immediately taken with her when he spots her at one of his games.
Quinn accepts an internship with the hockey team which means she will be seeing a lot o ...more
I’ve read so many great books since starting this blog and so many love stories. This is for sure one of them. Even if in the beginning there were too many coincidences and Lindsey, Quinn’s sister, was too desperate for Cash, after going through the pages I changed my mind. Even if Quinn tries very hard to ignore her attracti ...more
In Perfect Sense, we meet with Quinn Ashby, an intelligent college graduate, top of her class, who is as ambitious as she’s smart. She’s interning as the new marketing coordinator for the Bexley Bruisers American Hockey League team. Quinn appears to be perfect – but hse’s not. In fact, she’s so ambitious and driven she hardly has time for anything else. Being perfect in the eyes of her dad is the most important thing ...more
Quinn is the daughter of X hockey player turned hockey team president. She is waiting on her Harvard application to be approved off the waiting list. While waiting for her application to go through she moves back home to Bexley. While in Bexley her father gets her an internship as the marketing coordinator for the ...more
Cash is the best Ice Hockey player in the country. He is every woman’s dream. They queue up for his matches and he can easily have his pick. His attitude is F**** them and Chuck them.
Quinn works as an intern with the Bexley Bruisers Hockey League whilst awaiting entry for an MBA at Harvard. She is independent and knows what she wants out of life. She is bright, but is always seeking her father's ap ...more
Speechless. I am absolutely speechless. The end of this book definitely leaves you speechless, wanting more, needing more.
The characters, the story line, the details, the descriptions, everything in this book is awesome. This book made me want to keep reading. It made me want to forget my responsibilities as an adult, a mom, a wife. It made me want to keep turning the pages. I had to know what was going to happen. I applaud the author ...more
That is, until I got to a scene at 11%. Now, ...more
I enjoyed the first book in this well told story of the realities of falling in love. Nothing about Quin and Cash's journey is easy. So many reasons to give up and walk away. But love conquers all, right? Eventually? Hopefully?
I read this book in one sitting, and fortunately, was able to grab book 2 straight away after the cliffhanger ending. Looking forward to reading what happens to these two broken, yet resilient, people who deserve to find their HEA.
Warning- the ending is a surprise cliffhanger. I can't wait to dive into the next book!
I like Quinn. She is a smart and determined woman. She is no stranger to hockey being the ...more
Hockey bad boy Cash has been hiding from his past. Not doing a very good job but hiding and running have become his only way to exist. His career and woman are all he needs, until he spots a woman with white mitten at a home game.
Quinn is running from a past. Drowning herself in control and school she has honed her guilt int a controlled sense of worth. How? We ...more
Amanda loves to c ...more