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The Perfectly Imperfect Match by Kendra C. Highley
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Jul 15, 2017

really liked it

Received in exchange of a honest review.

So I like that Dylan and Lucy both have a journey and both see the other wrongly at first. I like how Lucy is out to help Dylan lighten up while Lucy is learning to be a little more serious but not serious ie she has a lot on her plate but doesn’t always balance it well.

Lucy has taken a lot on her plate while her dad is away and sometimes she is scatterbrained. Of everything her love for her brother above everything else so her and Dylan have a hard time coming together at first.

Dylan is so focused on one way and feeling that his parents don’t believe in him that he misses the bigger picture. meeting Lucy has him change his ways. He starts to loosen up and question things. But he also has such respect for Lucy and all she is doing that it warms your heart. His way with her brother is heartmelting as well. He is an overall great guy I didn’t like his stupidity when things didn’t go as he liked but he learned and rectified that awfully fast. Watching his journey and how he and his family worked on things was great as was seeing him fall for Lucy.

Lucy learned things about herself as well. She also saw that not everyone is to be fit in a box. Her attraction for Dylan overrode this and she got to see that he isn’t just a jock. He is thoughtful, kind and honest. He works hard and is focused. Watching her get him out of his shell and try things was great. I loved how well they meshed together and helped one another. Both were supportive and respectful of each other.

the story was sweet and fun. Seeing Dylan loosen up and Lucy learn that not everyone fits in a box while they fell in love was equally adorable and entertaining..
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