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    A strong and important message

    *Arc received in exchange for an honest review* This is the first book I have read from author Harper Sloan. I had no idea what to expect from her writing style but as soon as I read the forward and dedication of Perfectly Imperfect I had a feeling this was going to be a book I could enjoy. Truthfully, I was hoping that the story would go along the lines of a slow simmer, sweep her off her feet with some sexual tension. It didn’t. Kane has no fear of letting Willow know that he wants her and stating his intentions with Willow, both physically and emotionally. The story is held together and motivated by Kane and the undeniable pull he has towards Willow. So if your not really into the whole love/lust at first site type of story then this one might not be the one for you. Willow Tate is taking a huge personal risk by getting involved with Kane Masters. First of all he is a high profile celebrity so paparazzi and media are watching him and anyone he associates with like a hawk. Good thing is that the media doesn’t get too involved through most of their dating so they can have a some what normal courting. Bad news is that the media does get involved at some point, and true to life they are mean and don’t mind sticking their nose where it doesn’t belong. Willow has low self-esteem and a border-line eating disorder. She doesn’t believe she is beautiful and that the size of her pants are what are going to determine that. Thank goodness Willow has two awesome best friends that have always tried to remind her of just how amazing she is amongst all the dirt and negativity she receives from her step-father and half-sister {Think Cinderella, only meaner}. And now she has Kane to break through the last few walls of doubt she has around her true self. I love and stand behind the message that is being sent with this story. One needs to love themselves before they can truly love others or even allow others to love them back. Willow is an example of strength and perseverance. She does a complete transformation from beginning to end of this book. She is strong and confident when she was once easily manipulated and broken down. She is a symbol of self-love and acceptance no matter your size. My only complaint, for lack of a better word, would be the overly horrible people and the extreme craze that happens with some of the characters in the book that Willow stands up for. Honestly, with Harper Sloan’s talent and the strong message of this character I am not so sure that all of those things were needed. It almost felt like too much, a little over dressed and a tad bit distracting from the growth of Willow. I understand their purpose, they added dramatic flair but it was sort of like showing up to a camp fire in a cocktail dress. While the cocktail dress is beautiful, a pair of cut offs and a tank would have been just as beautiful. Not all of us get a Kane Masters to help us breakdown those walls self-doubt but the strength of self-love and acceptance that Willow Tate represents can be found in each and everyone of us.
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    It was perfect!!

    I knew the subject matter addressed in Perfectly Imperfect yet I was not prepared for the emotions it stirred up. I wasn’t sure I could mentally handle it as I read the first two chapters. It hit WAY TOO close to home on body issues and self image. I understood Willow. I felt her pain, fear and self worth issues. But that was Harper’s objective and I embraced it as I read. And that’s when the magic began. Connection-at-first-sight. Electricity. Desire. Transformation. Strength. Willow and Kane’s story evolved into something beautiful, enlightening and up-lifting. And true to Harper’s style, there was a super hot alpha-male, steamy scenes and the soul mate connection between characters that keeps me coming back to her books over and over again. **I received this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.**
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    Perfectly Imperfect

    I absolutely loved this book, heart warming page turner that I couldn't put down. You feel everything and never want it to be over
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    Just ok

    I prefer the books I read to be a bit more exciting. The writing was faultless but the storyline was dull. I kind of struggled to finish the book

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