PerfectPerfect by Dani Wyatt
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Talia Fielding has always been secluded, her father’s belief that the outside world will do nothing but corrupt her. As a senior though the state intervenes and sends her to public school, one bad moment though ruins everything and sheis sent away. The only bright spot was being protected by Griffin Stanford.

Griffin has been interested in the college girls, in fact although some are attractive none have peaked his interest. Griffin figured when he found the one he would know and he does, Talia is the woman who is going to be his. When she disappears however, he worries he will never see her again, until he gets an email that is a game changer.

This was fun, it was perfect for what I was looking for. I wanted a quickly placed romance and this fit the bill, especially with an alpha male hero. I liked Talia, you felt like all the new things she tried were spot on and could feel the excitement. Worth picking up.

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