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Il the day Noah Langford shows up on her doorstep His gentle spirit has an unexpected effect on Ceejay’s guarded heart tempting her to take one last chance on love But when a painful secret comes to light it threatens to break the fragile bond growing between themand to destroy a love powerful enough to heal them both. Hh NoahCeejayWhere Perfect Indianna I found this book on a discount email from It s always fun to stumble on a little jewel Far From Perfect was a sweet romance with a sweet story built around it I found it refreshing after reading a few pretty intence books before reading this one Noah was an injured veteran trying to figure out what to do with his life since his plan to be career military was so abruptly taken from him Now injured and battling PTSD he is not only trying to rebuild his life he s trying to find a reason to rebuild itCeejay is dealing with some baggage of her own Abandoned by her father before birth abandoned by her mother as a preschooler and abandoned by her boyfriend she is trying to build a life for herself What made the story worth reading in my opinion was the way the author showed that there is hope for our veterans as they return home from war She didn t make it sound easy She showed the work it takes and the support that is needed But in the end she portrays a life worth living even if it s not the one that was planned Thank you Ms Longley for a story of hope community loyalty and love

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Far from Perfect

Noah Langford narrowly survived the roadside bombing in Ira that killed five of his men and took his leg leaving him haunted by flashbacks and riddled with guilt When his stepbrother Matt dies in a car accident the loss feels like the final blow to Noah’s shattered soul But then he learns about the girlfriend and baby. I m not really sure how this book came across my radar don t even remember reuesting it from the library but it was there with the last batch of books that I picked up this weekNeeding a light easy read tonight I picked this one up and uickly fell in love with the story The town charmed me even as it annoyed me I grew up in a small town so very much sympathized with Ceejay s feeling of it how everyone was in your business how you never had any secrets but also how the town was there to help you when you needed it Very much a lovehate feelingWith how this one opened there was nothing I could do but hate Matt even his way to pay Ceejay back was a case of too little too late for me I felt for Noah and Allison to learn what Matt did even as you were in that state they had to hate him a bitI thought Noah had a good plan to find out about Ceejay just wished that he would have been the one to spill the beans I think if I had one complaint about this book it would be how both Noah and Ceejay jumped to conclusions when only learning half of the story It would have been something if it was only once but it was time and time again Very frustrating because you were rooting for them as a couple and as a familyI was glad when finally both pulled their heads out of their butts and actually talked even talked about creating some sort of code word that meant they needed to be alone for a bit not get the hell out of my lifeI really loved the choice Noah and Ceejay made on where to start their new life and how they went about itI look forward to reading in this series

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Matt abandoned years earlier and suddenly Noah has a new missionCeejay Lovejoy was nineteen and pregnant when her boyfriend walked out disappearing from her life just like her parents did Since that day Ceejay has devoted herself to giving her daughter a better life avoiding any man who could threaten that security unt. Contemporary Romance like any other genre has recurring tropes there are archetypes and there are rules My personal opinion is the greatest writers know the rules and then try to get away with breaking them Authors like Penny Reid and Terri Osburn spring to mind That isn t this bookThis is fairly typical Contemporary Romance It reminded me of Robyn Carr and maybe a little of Marilyn PappanoAs a CR it really isn t bad I mean I ve seen it all before but it still ticked all the boxes you expect from the genre I did find the way the author dealt with PTSD a little annoying but there s nothing new there Honestly I wish authors would just move onto the next trendy condition maybe a scar through the eyebrow or something


10 thoughts on “Far from Perfect

  1. says:

    This book was a perfect example of why I usually dislike the contemporary romance genre The lead characters hav

  2. says:

    I'm not really sure how this book came across my radar don't even remember reuesting it from the library but it was there with the l

  3. says:

    Great first part but heroine became unlikeable The adorable 4 year old daughter has a large part in the storyThe first four

  4. says:

    Contemporary Romance like any other genre has recurring tropes there are archetypes and there are rules My personal opinion is the greatest writers know the rules and then try to get away with breaking them Authors like Penny Reid and Terri Osburn spring to mind That isn't this bookThis is fairly typical Contemporary Romance It reminded me of Robyn Carr and maybe a little of Marilyn PappanoAs a CR it really isn't bad I mean I've

  5. says:

    This book was sweet and that is all From the beginning I wanted to read this book cz it takes place in Indiana A s

  6. says:

    Far From Perfect is perfect It is a heartwarming story that will sweep you away to a small American town and have you falling in love with the people who live thereWe meet Ceejay Lovejoy preparing her laundry while her boyfriend Matt is anxious to leave their apartment He leaves all right He leaves Ceejay at the curb literally after stealin

  7. says:

    Ceejay Lovejoy has spent her life in the town of Perfect waiting for the day when she could finally leave it all behind her But when her boyfriend steals her car all her money and leaves her alone and pregnant at the age of 19 those plans to leave her hometown get put on holdFast forward five years and Noah Langford has survived a war and returned home with PTSD and missing a leg He soon discovers his stepbrother abandoned his pregnant g

  8. says:

    My MusingsI always enjoy a military romance and this one is a great one I loved the characters and the story li

  9. says:

    Hh NoahCeejayWhere Perfect Indianna I found this book on a discount email from It's always fun to stumble on a little jewel Far From Perfect was

  10. says:

    I have such a soft spot for military men I believe I've mentioned this before So of course this book instantly had a place in my heart As I read the story Noah burrowed himself in deeper and deeper The heroine CeeJay could have easily turned