Perfect Little Flaws
by Jennifer Ann Shore
Synopsis of the book from Amazon:
It’s impossible to ignore Vince Novak.
He’s all anyone can talk about—speculating on the reason for his transfer to our school, celebrating his future career as a soccer star, or gushing over how tall, dark, and handsome he is.
Even my parents mention him in hushed, angry whispers, fearful he’s going to shatter my brother’s records and destroy the legacy left behind when he died.
However, I avoid Vince Novak at all costs, hiding from him and the rest of the world behind my camera lens. But my best laid plans—and photos—are nearly ruined when my tangible disinterest in his existence intrigues him.
The more time we spend together, the more his little flaws peek out beneath the layers of perfection and break down the walls I’ve built around my heart.
For fans of movies like "10 Things I Hate About You" this is the perfect book. Maren and Vince are not friends. They have nothing in common except soccer, which Maren wants NOTHING to do with anymore after her brother dies in a horrific college accident. Her parents don't understand her, and Vince is the perfect jock with everyone and their mother fawning all over him. Except Maren.
Maren is the misunderstood school newspaper photographer and the whole school knows what happened to her soccer star older brother. They've got a shrine to him at the school, and in her house, thanks to her parents. And all she wants is to take photos and be left alone to eat ice cream with Andy, her BFF.
You can almost see the writing on the wall with this storyline, but how can you not leave a guaranteed HEA? It was a fun and easy read and it put me right back in high school for a short while. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a feel good romance that deals (in an artful way) with some tough subject matter.
Four stars in my book, and I am now currently hunting down some more fun and easy read from Jennifer Ann Shore on Kindle Unlimited this summer while I sit by my neighbor's pool, cause its hot AF in Texas, y'all!
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