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Review – My Kind of Perfect by Nikki Ash

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My Kind of Perfect; Finding Love #3 
(An interconnected standalone)

Publication Date: May 27, 2021

Genre/Tropes: Roommate/Friends-to-Lovers/Contemporary Romance

Author: Nikki Ash

Review Rating: 5 Gold Stars

Review/Synopsis:

Review:

Sweet and romantic and the perfect couple to round out the Finding Love series.

Chase and Georgia are roommates sort of by circumstance. When Chase’s marriage fell apart he originally began sleeping on the coach of his best friend’s apartment (where Georgia was also living with her sister), but when Alec and Lexi fell in love and moved out Chase moved from the couch into a now empty bedroom.

While Georgia and Chase weren’t exactly friends at the time, it was certainly easier to live with someone familiar than finding a new roommate and starting all over again. Crossing boundaries and forging a friendship eventually began, but along the way, Chase and Georgia found something greater than they ever expected. Not exactly a perfect path, but it was their path which made it perfect for the two of them.

Letting down your walls and letting someone in isn’t always easy, especially when you have emotional baggage. Chase was crushed from his divorce and Georgia was looking for something wrapped up in perfect due to her upbringing. Chase isn’t looking for forever and Georgia is a long term girl. These two are complete opposites when it comes to love, but their friendship grows so strong it’s hard not to see where they could go in the future. Eventually their hearts catch up, but their perfect road is windy and twisted.

Chase certainly brought out the best in Georgia, she came out of her shell and discovered new sides of herself all thanks to his encouragement. The same can be said for Georgia calming Chase and finding the good man he was before his marriage blew up. It says a lot about a person when they bring out the best qualities in you and not only enhance them but highlight them in the best way possible. Chase and Georgia did that for each other bringing joy back into their lives while they also discovered new things about themselves.

The story really flowed and made my heart soar, with a few heart stopping moments, but overall a beautiful story.

Synopsis:

My Kind of Perfect, a roommates to lovers, single dad romance, is coming May 27th ! 🦋
Georgia
I’m surrounded by love, yet have no one to call my own.
But then Chase, my new roommate, is suddenly there.
He could be the perfect guy for me, if he wasn’t nursing a broken heart.
The more time I waste looking for love, the more I realize that what I want has been right in front of me all along.
Falling for Chase is the easiest thing I’ve ever done, but fighting for him is the hardest.
Because his past isn’t finished with him— not even close.
Chase
Love finds you when you least expect it.
I was only looking for a place to crash after having my heart ripped out, instead I found someone who turned my world upside down.
A girl like Georgia was looking for happily ever after, and so far my life had been anything but a fairytale.
I can walk into a burning building without thinking twice, but the spark I feel with her scares the hell out of me.
I can’t keep watching her look for someone else—not when I’m falling for her.
Just when everything starts to fall into place, I’m reminded just how messy and imperfect life can be.
When the smoke clears, it’s Georgia by my side. Life might not be perfect— but our love could be.
*My Kind of Perfect is the third and final interconnected stand-alone novel in the Finding Love series.*
Add to TBR: bit.ly/PerfectGR
You can check out the other books in the Finding Love series: https://amzn.to/3u3eHEQ

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