While it’s not quite a Harlequin romance novel, the fairly graphic descriptions in Perfect for You make it a bit steamier than run-of-the-mill chick lit – which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I liked the story a lot, I cared about all the characters, and I enjoyed the various subplots. As for negatives, the sabotage got kind of ridiculous at times and there were several editing errors. I don’t think I’ll rush out and buy the other Laurel Heights books, but I’ll keep this one to read again some day.
4 hearts award - American chick lit