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  • Intense and well developed

    This is the first time I've read one of Jae's works, but it definitely will not be the last. It's a great story, and I dove right in and became entranced by the characters. Leo is not your stereotypical Lesbian, and neither is Holly for that matter, but Holly is one thing that Leo isn't, and that's asexual. This story can be raw and gritty, without being over dramatic or focusing on less important things. There is a large hurdle of a relationship between the two, and a journey for both of them. It's intense and a very well developed story line, and I like how the relationship evolved. The intensity of their desires or lack of desires played a big part in their relationship, and in some areas, the pace was slow and others, it seemed to be too fast. I did like the story, and felt it was too bad that people have to be labeled based on their sexuality, but the story works.

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  • Stunning writing and compassion

    I am so glad I stumbled across this book. Found it at just the right time. The story is beautifully written and contains so much thought and humanity that it was hard to stop reading. "Perfect Rhythm" describes the topic of asexuality with grace and respect, managing to offer a glimpse into the complex spectrum without edging toward textbook explanations. I originally bought the audiobook version, which I also recommend, but I have since also purchased the eBook version through another vendor.

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  • Complete ace

    This was an amazing book. The representation of an asexual character was really meaningful and well written.

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  • Unexpected...Enjoyable...Astounding

    3.75 stars, I love a Jae novel. I read the sequel, 'Not the Marrying Kind' first and loved it. I wanted to read this one as well. It was quite good except for the lesson in sub-genre LGBT labels. Some of these terms I've never heard before..."asexual... queerplatonic... allosexual?" I had quite a headache and it pretty much ruined the novel for me, but I persevered. The attraction between Leo and Holly was great; the easiness of conversing between them was something to be jealous of. I understood why Holly was hesitant and scared but I wish it did not take death for her to realise it and accept despite the many attempts from Leo. Despite the fact Leo had not spoken with her father in over a decade I was glad she was able to make peace with him. In the end, it worked out well for the two of them. It was a great read, and I recommend it.

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