Series: A Perfect Secret #2
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How can they have a future when their past is based on a lie?
The perfect preacher’s daughter, Verity Fairchild, has something that only she and God know about and she wants to keep it that way. Her mistake was easy to keep secret when she was out of town, but now that she’s come back to Hope Parish for the summer, she comes face-to-face with the guy responsible for it all. Boone Outlaw nearly ruined everything for her and despite the fact that he’s now working at her father’s church, she’s determined to stay as far away from him as possible.
Boone Outlaw doesn’t understand Verity’s anger towards him. He barely knows her. In high school she was Holy Mary Verity and she was off limits – except in his dreams where Verity seems way too real. Most of the time he was wasted in high school, not the type of boy Verity would ever look at twice, but he can’t shake the feeling that something might have happened between them. He’s going to break his own rules to get the answers he needs straight from Verity.
What will Verity do when she finds something in Boone that she never knew existed and her perfect mistake is the only thing that could stand between them and their happiness? Will she sacrifice Boone to keep her secret?
What I Thought
Holy Smoking Cow! I was intrigued when I read about this series, and once I started reading the books? Yep, I was hooked!
In A Perfect Mess, we get little snippets of what is going to happen in A Perfect Mess, but this book just lays it all out there. Verity is the perfect girl. The ministers daughter and totally untouchable. But there has always been sparks between Verity and Boone, and then something happened between them last summer.
Verity has been gone for a year, and when she gets back to town, the last person she wants to be around it Boone. Too bad he has other plans.
In this book, we get such a small town feel. The boys have to constantly stand up for themselves. Luckily they are not afraid of a good fight. And the tension and everything else between Verity and Boone is sizzling HOT!
This was a great story about second chances and of course I love that romance with the bad boy.
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Top Ten Debuts.
Again this year I am doing the Debut Author Challenge, so check out my full list here!
But here are my Top Ten Debuts that I am excited about!
Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish.
A road trip with your best friend who happens to be a country music singing star? Really? Sounds awesome to me!
Just for this quote:
Harvey laughed to himself in a sad way and rubbed his eyes. “You want me to help you with a list of things you won’t disclose to me.” He leaned forward and bit the skin around his thumb. “Classic.”
“You won’t regret it.”
“Harvey,” I said, my voice low. “Trust me.”
I knew what this looked like. It looked like I was using Harvey. But here was the reality of the situation: the minute my life went from semi-permanent to most likely temporary, I decided to latch on to everything in my world that had always been permanent, and for me, Harvey was so permanent he was concrete.
Spending the summer in Italy and falling in love. Yep, sounds like a fun, romantic love story!
The old story of the boy who breaks up with you and the girl is going to get him back, but is he really worth it in the long run? Or is there something better?
Definitely, Maybe in Love
In order to get her thesis published, Spring has to work with the uber rich Henry. It’s a modern take on Pride and Prejudice and looks awesome!
Another case of what we think we want isn’t always what we end up with.
Two lost souls that find each other. This one looks so good!
This one just intrigues me. It seems really different. A camp for smart people.
There is something kind of intriguing about teens who have to take care of their parents. The MC in this one, her mom thinks she is Amelia Earhart. So she deals with normal teenagery stuff, but also this kind of thing, worried about her mom.
Another road trip one, but this is a little different. We don’t know a lot about this one, just that the main character is driving to Alaska. And that she encounters a lot of different people on her way. I think it is supposed to be pretty vague. Sound interesting!