Mr Imperfect: Lost Boys #1
She broke his heart...
It takes a funeral to drag bad-boy billionaire Christian Kelly back to his rural New Zealand hometown. Now thanks to an ancient IOU, he's stuck there trying to save the inheritance of the only woman who ever dumped him. His first love, Kezia Rose.
He never said goodbye...
These days she might be a respected pillar of the community, but Kezia will dance
Christian & Kezia had had a rough time when they were teenagers, and they weren't mature enough to deal with everything that life threw at them. 15 years later they are much better equipped to fight and win. I like both of them, the only thing that I minded was their pride, but they did manage to come to terms with each other (eventually).
I love Christian's friends Luke & Jordan, and their friendship, the way that even they are manly men they actually ...more
However, i give her credit for some poignant POV`s that the characters showcased.
I had my self set on reading the trilogy.. so here i go.. ...more
The first is boundaries. The heroine holds out her hand to shake politely because she’s not comfortable with getting any closer than required with the hero due to bad memories, but he ignores her hand and grabs her for a hug. A while later in the same meeting, she’s very upset by something, bursts into tears and clearly and firmly orders the hero to leave the room so she can be alone. He ignores this reasonable request and stays ...more
I'm really getting tired of the over martyred female main character. I understand not wanting t ...more
The characters were well developed, but for some reason I didn't like them much. They often seemed to have a drink in their hand and mostly seemed angry. The heroine seemed to love the hero against her will. I liked the interactions with the little boy the best. He added some humor to the story.
I enjoyed the storyline. Very good dialogue. The right amount of romance and sex. The stories of the main characters were well-written and interesting. The book drew me in and made me keep reading.
I really enjoyed the characters of this book, the story flowed easily. I really found myself related to the main character Kezia and wanting to find happiness for her.
The side plot with Joe's family filled out the story nicely.
Oh wait, that’s her characters.
Outside her imagination, she’s always been a professional writer, first as a travel jo ...more