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Thoughts from a bookaholic

I don't just love to read, I HAVE to read - I am on a never-ending quest to find books that I connect with on some level. Finding a book with the "sticking power" to be remembered long after its been read is something I so rarely find, that it has become an obsession.

Simple Perfection (Perfection, #2)

Simple Perfection (Perfection, #2) - Abbi Glines I read everything that Abbi Glines writes because even if I'm not crazy about the story or the characters, I can always count on being entertained. I was glad to see Woods get his own story and I have to say that I liked the Woods & Della series much better than the Fallen (Blaire/Rush) series. Woods and Della seemed to have more depth and more maturity - Blaire and Rush drove me nuts with her constant whining/insecurity and his constant screwing up...I was glad to see their story come to an end. I had the opposite reaction to Woods and Della - I really liked their growth and their connection to each other. Della wasn't perfect - she had her own whiny annoying moments, but they were minimal and her insecurities were justified because of her past. In the end they seemed to have a solid, healthy, loving relationship - they could depend on each other and they knew when to let the other have space/freedom to figure things out on their own. I hope Grant's story continues with the deeper character development and offers a strong, secure female lead.