Friday, May 25, 2012

Perfection by R.L. Mathewson

Perfection (A Neighbor from Hell, #2)Perfection by R.L. Mathewson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Trevor Bradford has his ideal wife in mind and she is perfect from head to toe, in fact he has a list with the traits that they need to possess in order to maintain perfection. His quiet little tenant in his townhouse has a few of those traits but she is hardly his type and she is a full figured woman and his plans to have a svelte wife who cooks like a goddess is more important.

Zoe has had it with her neighbor, he is loud, dirty, and inconsiderate. After the day from hell where she promptly lost her job after uncovering a thief, she had car troubles and is a sopping wet mess due to the weather. What she really needs is comfort food and to curl up in a ball, what she gets is her neighbor stealing her takeout order and insulted all in the same breath.

What starts out as a tolerable relationship ends up leading to a friends with benefits but no commitment arrangement, but to think it will be easy to maintain a distance is proving to be harder than both of them thought.

I would have given this a five, but Trevor is a bit of a dick for awhile. He is funny and charming in his own weird way but it took him awhile to man up. However I give this a 4.75 I was laughing out loud repeatedly, the Bradford's and their food habits crack me up. Great book.

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