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  • A fresh take on a love story!

    One of the many things I love about Ms. Burgoa's story is the fresh take on a love story. This story of Hannah and Alex. It is complicated and bumpy and rough around the edges.  It's spans years and just when you hope things are going their way another wrench gets thrown into the mix!  I was cheering hard for Hannah and Alex to get their happily ever after. You have to read this story slowly, you have to sometimes "read between the lines" to really see where the story is going. Hannah is a broken soul.  She has had an unconventional childhood and it reflects on her adult life.  She is strong when she needs to be, almost too strong and too proud to ask for help or a soft place to fall. Alex is just as broken, but his happens at the prime of his career.  He doesn't know what to make of Hannah when he first meets her and the chemistry between them is electric. It was lovely to read about past characters, it was fun touching base to them.  Don't worry, it doesn't detract from the story, it just adds more to the fans that have read her previous books.  But for the first time reader, it's not even a blip on the radar. Well done Ms. Burgoa!! I cannot wait to see what you write next!

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  • Enjoyable

    4 Star Review of Almost Perfect by Claudia Y Burgoa   Alex Spearman is your typical hot, sexy, playboy, used to getting what and who he wants. When he sets his sites on Hannah Hades-Bell, the only question is whether it’s for a one night stand or something more? Almost Perfect is a frenemies to lovers story. I enjoy Ms. Burgoa’s style of writing and have read a few books by her. I have to say I struggled a bit with this one. I felt a bit lost at times and felt that I was missing a chunk of back story that might have made it more enjoyable to read. Although having said that, it was well written. There were times I was frustrated with both Alex and Hannah. I really liked Alex but had a harder time connecting with Hannah, not sure why to be honest, but there it is. Initially they don’t really like each other but as the chemistry between Alex and Hannah increases, the tension escalates until neither can resist. The secondary characters were entertaining and I loved the sense of family throughout this book. Alex is definitely swoon worthy, funny and easy to like whilst Hannah grew on me as the story progressed. A story that was an emotional roller coaster to read at times but for Alex and Hannah they finally got their happily ever after.

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  • Alex & Hannah are perfectly imperfect.

    Alex is everything I wanted him to be!! I think he totally dethroned Jason. Those Spearman brothers are so achingly delicious! Alex has been put in his sister’s best friend’s path (by June herself). Hannah has a complicated past that has scarred her belief in love and relationships. She and Alex are combustible together. They have a secret fling (that no one actually knows about). Their have a second chance, frenemies vibe. Alex has been the playboy superstar athlete. That’s what everyone thinks he is. Mind you he has had to change his future because of the accident that ended his athletic career. He was dumped by his then girlfriend. The woman he’d planned to propose to the night of the accident. But she was a spotlight seeking, gold digger. He is surprisingly not bitter. He has a successful business. He’s raking in the dough. And he has realized he wants Hannah. Who keeps pushing him away. Hannah, unfortunately, misinterpreted Alex’s reaction to their first encounter and so keeps him at a distance. She has been keeping everyone at a certain distance. She decides to go on an ‘eat, love, pray’ type journey. While she is away, she and Alex communicate exclusively by snail mail letters. Letters he has to send to her business partner, Ethan, because she has refused to give Alex her phone number or email. Through those letters, she learns more, but she isn’t completely willing to see the truth in Alex’s words. Alex supports her in her journey. He waits for her. Alex loves her. On her return, things have changed. Not just her. Her guys (the Sinners of Saint) who she was in a band with. Alex supports her in trying to help them. Things with June. She also has lots of secrets. Secrets she slowly starts to reveal. Alex has changed. He is trying to make those around him realize he isn’t who they think. Yes, he is flippant sometimes but that doesn’t make him any less than he is. Full of feels, heat, angst, wit, and a beautiful love story. I love Claudia’s slow burn romance. I received a review copy. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

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  • Enjoyed it

    Almost Perfect is the latest romance novel from Claudia Burgoa and I could not put it down. This frenemies to lovers story was Alex and Hannah's tale and you would have already met them from Claudia's previous novels. While Hannah frustrated me in this novel, I absolutely loved Alex. He was as the title suggested almost perfect and was totally swoon worthy. Their story was one about finding yourself and these two had to go on their own journey before they found their way to each other. This slow burn romance was sweet, hilarious, and a bit angsty and will give you all the feels. I enjoyed it and would highly recommend it to all lovers of slow-burn romances.

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  • 4.5 Touching and Steamy Stars!

    I was so excited to find out more about both Alex and Hannah who I first met in other books! Alexander Spearman is a famous athlete who's career ended way to soon, and Hannah Hades-Bell is rockstar royalty looking for a life out of the spotlight. Hannah is best friends with Alex's sister, June. The sparks between Alex and Hannah explode right from the start and they have a clandestine night of unbelievable passion. When it ends badly, it leaves them both confused and heartbroken. They can't fight their attraction whenever they meet, but neither is capable of taking it past the physical. Hannah is blindsided one last time by her manipulative mother. She realizes her life is out of control, feeling more darkness than light. She decides to go on a journey to find herself and become the person she can be happy and proud of. Alexander is constantly fighting the image his family, Hannah, and the world sees in him. He loves building things, wants what's best for his employees, and Hannah to be his forever person. He has a plan and now just needs Hannah to believe in him. I loved and totally swooned over Alex so much! He was so patient, kind and loving. I felt so bad for him when his family couldn't see his growth and maturity. Hannah frustrated me at times when she ignored all the love and support offered from her family and band-mates for so long. But like Alex, she grew, changed, and matured. I loved the letters Alex and Hannah exchanged, helping them to see each other for who they truly were and not the facade believed by others. It was fun to catch up with their family members who I fell for in other books! This witty, touching, and steamy, frenemies to Lovers romance is a great start to Burgoas new Sinners Of Seattle series. I am so intrigued by this introduction to Tucker and the rest of the band. They are all close, loyal, fun, alluring, and a bit broken in their own way. I can't wait to read more about the rest of the Sinners Of Seattle!

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