Review: Perfect for You (Laurel Heights #1) by Kate Perry

Freya Godwin's muse has gone MIA.

With Freya just hired to redesign the top adult website company in the country, her muse couldn't have chosen a worse time to disappear. Determined to get her sexy back, Freya puts an ad online, hoping to find the right man to inspire her.

Unfortunately, all roads point back to her upstairs neighbor Greg Cavanaugh. He's everything she doesn't want: a playboy and scumbag lawyer. Except if he's so wrong for her, why does his touch feel like magic? And why does being with him make her believe anything is possible?
Perfect For You tells the story about two sisters (Freya and Kate), who's parent died in a car accident many years ago. Now Freya has been taking care of her younger sisters since then. She is a web designer and Kate is in college studying art.

Only not everything is as good as it seems. Freya's muse has left her just when she needs it for a huge client. Her job and sister's college career are at risk if she doesn't find any inspiration.

Also Kate is studying art, except she actually wants to be a lawyer, but she's afraid to tell her sister. Freya despises lawyers ever since the accident, which she believes was their fault.

Now Freya has come to the conclusion that she will be able to find her muse again if she can just bring the passion back in her life. So she comes up with the "brilliant" idea of putting up a personal ad. Which isn't really necessary when her upstairs neighbour, Greg, is available. He's handsome, successful, smart and witty. The only problem is that he is a lawyer.

Still Greg and also Anna think he's perfect for Freya. So Anna comes up with the plan to drive Freya in Greg's arms. Then Freya might find some love and realise lawyers are not all bad people.

The plot of Perfect For You is very predictable, but that doesn't mean I didn't enjoy it. I really like the build up of the story, the sexy scenes certainly will you get you all hot and bothered, but what I liked most were the characters. Each and every one of them was awesome. The dialogues were very realistic and the things said/written made me laugh out loud a couple of times. Overall a very enjoyable read.

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