Promoting Summer--a happy review

Title: Perfection
Author: Summer Devon
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
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ISBN: 1-4199-0295-4
Reviewer: Dani Jacquel, Just Erotic Romance Reviews
Rating: 5 /5 Stars

Bryan is a woman-magnet. Literally. His body is producing pheromones that make him utterly irresistible to women. Old, young, married; it doesn't matter, they all end up going wild for him. It's so bad that he flinches when a woman comes to close. And he certainly can't have sex without the woman acting crazed and lovesick because of that. For a while, it was okay, especially when a corporation agreed to pay him to run tests and collect those pheromones. But now that he knows there might be a way to cure his problem, he's escaped the corporation. He ends up in a diner where Allie works as a waitress. Oddly enough, she seems to be affected much less severely than any woman he's come across. And while she can't possibly be the perfect woman that will fix his problem, she is rather cute and likable.

When I first saw Perfection up for review, I was curious about it so I found the author's website. I didn't get an excerpt, but I did get a taste of what the author's writing style might be, and Perfection lived up to that. There was a sense of fun and lighthearted romance in Perfection, not to mention a writing style that conveyed a strong personality. The characters were likeable, and before I knew it, I found myself reading the last page. I suppose I could say the pace was fast, but when I was reading, it felt more like I was reading a 100+ page book that felt like a 40-page book. Each step of the story, which was romance-centered, felt complete and left no room for filler or little parts that left me feeling bored. The very light, almost imperceptible, humor that littered [*
snort*] the story and gave Allie a little extra nudge for her personality made the story better than it would've been without it. Overall, the story is one of the better romantic comedies I've read in a few months. Combined with the sensual sex mixed with hot tension, Perfection has me hoping to read the author's next book.


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