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If you could sum up Once Perfect in three words, what would they be?
Great characters, plot, and romance.
What did you like best about this story?
The Characters, the plot, and the romance.
What three words best describe Mercedes Moreno’s performance?
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
A great romance with an awesome message
Any additional comments?
I love how the author tackled the sensitive issues this story brought up. It was brilliant and kept me glued to the story. It was rich with information which showed that the author did do some research related to the subject. Besides, it also brought a great message of how to deal with it if you were a victim or knew one who was, which I found very valuable. It made the characters relatable that I wanted to root for.<br/><br/>However, despite the heartbreaking background underlining the story, there was plenty of humor in each scene which made me laugh out loud. The author managed to mix the two really well and brought out all the emotions in me. I was connected to the story as well as the main characters and their issues. I felt for them and rooted for them to find their happily ever after.<br/><br/>I loved that even though the attraction between them was an instant one, their relationship took the time to progress. It was not rushed and perfect considering the heartbreaking situation they have been in. Moreover, I loved how patient, understanding and thoughtful the hero was to the heroine. It showed a perfect example of how everyone should treat others especially the ones they are in romantic relationships with. He did everything beyond any of my expectations and I fell in love with him throughout the story. They both grew together and it showed in how they treated each other.<br/><br/>In addition, I loved that the angst was not overly played. It was perfect without making any of the characters a fool. The drama was interesting and still connected to the main issues. There was no any unnecessary drama just to prolong the story which I often find annoying in other stories. Everything was well-thought and well-maintained, enough to make me keep listening.<br/><br/>The supporting characters were all well maintained as well. Each of their characters shined, showing their unique personalities and the issues they had. I loved the fact that the author didn't make any character a totally bad person without a reason. She showed the reasoning behind their actions, good and bad, and gave us the time to connect with them. I loved that some of the characters were given the moment to redeem themselves. It made the whole story relatable yet became such a lesson to learn at the same time.<br/><br/>I loved the female narrator of the story. She did breath a life into the story. Her voice did match Evelyn's character. Besides, the pace was great. It slowed when it needed to be and became faster when it was necessary. I overall enjoyed it. The only thing, which was, unfortunately, a major one, that bothered me was that fact that the male voices were narrated by a female. I didn't feel connected to it and it took me away at times from the story. I needed some time to get used to it at first and it wasn't easy, to be honest. Had the male characters were narrated by a male voice, it would have left more impact on me.<br/><br/>However, as I said above, I overall enjoyed this story. I loved the characters, the plot, the romance, and the issues this story brought up. The ending was perfect considering this was a new adult. It concluded everything we wanted to know while still opened the door for other characters to grow. I can't wait to read Lety's and Sofia's stories. This is definitely the story every new adult fans would enjoy, which I highly recommend. :-)
I expect a hot listen when I purchase erotica- and this audiobook broke that cardinal rule in a unique way. Sex scenes had absolutely no audible chemistry- which is kind of essential in erotica! Only slightly more lively than that teacher in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." Particularly annoying when the voice actor injected life and feeling into ALL THE OTHER NON-SEX SCENES!!!! Kind of bass-ackwards, no?
I think the story has promise, and I'm very interested, but I just can't listen to one more moment of this. I'm going to do something I've never been forced to do before with another audiobook: read the actual book!!!