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At 24 years old, Holly Scallanger has the perfect life. Everything a girl could want; a beautiful man, a stunning home, as well as being in the midst of preparing for the wedding of her dreams. This all vanishes the night she catches her fiancé, Brandon Morgan, in bed with her worst nightmare, Donna Sinclair, just a week before Holly is set to walk down the aisle. Attempting to recover from his betrayal, Holly swears off the affections of men in order to pick up the pieces of her crumbling life. Unfortunately, meeting Jake 'Hooligan' Peters is not part of her plan. The tall, dark-haired and handsome as hell med student, sweeps Holly away from the pain of her past and reveals to her the bright future that lies ahead. That is, until she falls pregnant just as Jake begins his internship at P&E; his family's hospital. Will this love at first sight lead her to the fairytale she has always craved? Or, will she fall victim to a betrayal of the heart yet again?
A highly enjoyable and lively character driven novel from author Isabella White, Imperfect Love has appeal beyond its genre, which in part is down to White’s confidently composed narrative. Avoiding unnecessary complexity and detail, it radiates warmth, compassion and sincerity as she goes beyond a voyeuristic tour of jilted loved to provide genuine insight into her characters, painting a believable portrait of each that expands their lives beyond the trite tropes that litter far too many romance novels. Anchored in this context there's everything fans of the genre could want. There’s depth, humour and even a little social commentary, with White’s fluid story arc favouring a degree of complexity that quickly encourages empathy for her crestfallen protagonist Holly Scallanger. She has a certain naïve vulnerability that proves wholly appealing and it’s this combined with White's ear for finely nuanced dialogue that makes her novel so appealing.
Memorable and enthralling, Imperfect Love is a must read and sure to be well received by fans of this ever popular genre. It is strongly recommended.
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