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Preview — A Lot Like Perfect by Kat Cantrell
A Lot Like Perfect
His mission: help improve her dating game
Her target: his teammate
The problem: he’s falling for her
Aria Nixon doesn’t need a man, but when her Aunt Serenity predicts Aria will find love via a makeover, it’s game on to prove this understated wallflower can land a man as is. Superstition Springs newcomer Isaiah West is just the guy to help since she’s set her sights on his...more
I thought the writing was great. There were several things I enjoyed about the book, like the SEALs rebuilding and rebranding the town and the SEALs themselves.
I loved the blurb and couldn’t wait to read the book but the story fell a little short for me. I just didn’t connect well with the characters. I thought Aria was a little immature for as fast as she had to grow up. I wasn’t able to relate to her on any level, but i really wanted to like her. I liked Isaiah, but I didn’t love ...more
With a group of damaged SEAL's arriving in the tiny struggling town of Serenity Springs, Aria Nixon is left confused at her feelings for one while she is equally drawn to another. But her aunt's predictions for her future are more irritating because although Aria has accepted herself as the 'plain' sister, she doesn't be ...more
This book is a very much falling for the wrong guy. It’s also a friends to lovers romance. We see Aria and Isaiah go from just strangers just working together to friends, someone they genuinely care about and then fall in with. I honestly really liked about the characters, they were both struggling with themselves. Aria with not having ever dealt with the fact that he sisters left her while Isaiah feeling like he let his team down and didn’t know who he was supposed to be.
I wishe ...more
Isaiah "Elmer" has always had the right thing to say to glue his ragtag team of SEALs back together after each mission. It's something he longs to do again but after faulty intel and a leveled village, the boys find themselves out of the service and on a path to reinvent themselves. They ...more
I was pulled right into this story. The story has laughs, secrets, and heartbreak.
If you have not already read the below I would recommend reading those books first:
A Lot Like Home (SEALs of Superstition Springs, #1)
This is Aria and Isaiah’s story. Isaiah moved to a small town to regroup. Aria is the in her eyes plain sister and is not about to be with a man who is after her for her looks. When her Aunt wants to do a makeover she is resistant. She tries to get Isaiah’s help to see what a m ...more
Isaiah is trying to adapt to civilian life and find his new place in life. He was raised in foster care and while he knew what his role was as a SEAL h ...more
Reviewed by: Clare M.
I don't generally read romance books to be depressed by the horrors of war. Only a few pages in, I had enough war memories to last me. And I have never been in combat.
Maybe it gets better. Maybe it blossoms into a great romance. I don't know. There was, (to the point I deleted it,) nothing fun, nothing entertaining, and nothing romantic about it. In short, nothing to hold my interest. It just seemed very depressing. Not what I look for, when I settle in for a relaxing afterno ...more
When she's not writing about characters on the journey to happily ever after, she can be found at a taekwondo tournament, watching Big Bang Theory or dancing with her kids to Duran Duran and Red Hot Chili Pep ...more