Review: Almost Perfect

Almost Perfect
Almost Perfect by Jessica Prince

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*~*~*ARC generously provided in exchange of an honest review *~*~*
My Rating: 4.5 *unicorn* stars

This book was just my kind of a story – funny, sexy, romantic, less drama more fun. I loved it!!
Devon is an independent, outspoken, sarcastic, bold young woman. She hasn’t had much luck with men and has been on self-imposed Man Strike. All around her there are happy in love couples and she can’t help look for her own unicorn. And she might have found one in her roommate – Collin Locklain. But he is coming out of a twenty year old relationship and might still have feelings for his ex. So best for everyone, she has friend-zoned him.
Collin and Devon are great friends and awesome roommates. However, when Devon is setup on a blind date by one of her girlfriends, Collin makes his move. Collin is jealous and possessive about her but Devon knows he’s still not over with his ex. Once Collin has sorted out his feelings and given Devon her space, he cones at her with a Bang and Devon has no choice but to fall in with him.
I loved the fact that Collin never oets Devon hide, sorting out their discussions upfront i loved the hidden vulnerability in Devon. She may be a badass most of the time, but with Collin she is a marshmallow. I loved every single one of the Locklain family. There was hardly any drama and only super fun.
When its a end of series book, somehow the epilogue makes it so much more beautiful. For anyone who loves friend-to-lovers, funny and sexy roommate romance this book is a must read!!

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32489514-almost-perfect
Amazon US: http://amzn.to/2glPQL4

Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/2gtoqBu

Amazon CA: http://amzn.to/2gJYoHT

Amazon AU: http://amzn.to/2gjofoY

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