All Ellie Hatcher really wants in life is a perfect home, with a perfect family, living a perfect life. Having worked for Stonewall Entertainment for seven years, living a delusional life is the only way to life her perfect one. Until Mr Perfect arrives.
When Mac – Mr Perfect – decided that it was time to move on with his life he never expected the whirlwind force of Ellie Hatcher to come tumbling into his life. Having got an insight into the dreams and fantasies of this woman he realises that his own dreams are not so different.
Can Ellie find her Mr Perfect or is Mr Perfect just too….Perfect?
I have only read one other book by this author and to say they are like chalk and cheese is an understatement. The previous book I read ‘3,2,1’ was power, dark and menage. This book was funny, sexy and entertaining. And I can honestly say I enjoyed both books equally and that J. A. Huss is a very versatile writer.
Anyway, getting back to the review of this particular book. Mr Perfect is far from it and he knows it. He got his nickname back in college, along with four of his friends, due to an incident (no spoilers). For the past ten years he has been off the radar but now he is back, and the first person he sees when landing is Ellie. Following a series of events Ellie and Mac have some very hot sex! Oh yes! there is lots of sex!
Ellie is such a sweet girl who knows what she wants, she just doesn’t know how to get it. She is great at giving advice to others but doesn’t follow her own advice. I really like her character, she tends to take as much as she can in her stride but, like with most people, it all gets a bit much and eventually something snaps.
Mac is awesome. From that first time he picked up her shoe and made the Cinderella quip I knew I was going to like him. One of the things I really like is when authors write a story like this from both points of view. Getting inside the thoughts of the man and finding out what is going on with him is just as important as knowing the female thoughts. Let’s face it most of us who read these books are female (not all, but most) and therefore we have a pretty good idea of what the female lead character is thinking. It’s the man we want to know about, at least I do, so having dual POV is great.
I really enjoyed this book and will definitely be reading more in the series at a later date.