Picture Perfect by Hayden Hunt
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*
I’m ready to get started on a new life.
I’ve never had the opportunity to live a life that makes me truly happy. Right out of High School I ignored my passion for art and jumped into a career in electrical work. I married my High School sweetheart even though I wasn’t passionately in love with her. And for many years, I’ve lived that life.
But now I’m starting over. I’m going back to school for a career in photography. I’ve divorced my wife and I’m ready to date someone I’m truly in love with. And, I’ve gotta say, this guy in my photography class, Patrick, is looking real cute…
I’m not sure I can believe in love.
My parents are going through a horrible divorce. I get phone calls daily from my Mom telling me that she hates my father. It’s very obvious that their love died long ago. This is why I choose not to commit to anyone and, instead, date many guys. I guess I’m a little afraid of commitment but, honestly, I haven’t met any guy who seemed worth committing to.
Until I meet Rich, an older guy in my photography class. He’s handsome, he has his shit together, and I’ve got the biggest crush on him. But when push comes to shove, I don’t know if I can get over my fear of commit so that we can truly be together.
This standalone novel comes complete with HEA ending and bonus material from two of my other books!
Funny how different books by the same author can be. This one gets 5 out of 5 stars.
This was sweet because of the photography topic, also did I loved the grumpy behaviour at the start by Rich. 🙂 Also the age gap was intriguing and the slow build of the emotions.
All in all this gave you a cozy feeling and I think it contains very charming character. This time we haven’t this high and mighty ones, at least not within the main cast.
The mother of Patrick is an annoying woman and the one who gives the story its drama. Besides this it is a pleasure to read and partly hot and sexy, mixed with sweet emotions.
Really good novel for a nice read for a cozy weekend. 🙂 Also a recommendation for lovers of photography.