My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Source: Received to review.
Genre: Contemporary LDS Romance
Book Description: Bree Mercer is an ambitious sports reporter who has risen through the ranks to land her dream job. Basking in the sun, sea, and seriously cute guys in her new singles ward, things couldn't be better. That is, until she's assigned to write a feature on the one person she can't stand—professional beach volleyball player Kade Townsend. A typical cocky athlete, Kade's previous attempt to woo her was foiled by Bree's hard-and-fast rule: don't date athletes. Ever.
Kade loathes the media, and for good reason: when his hard-partying ways were exposed by a reporter who claimed to be his friend, the scandal rocked his entire family. Now reformed, Kade has put his life back together, and he has no interest in talking to reporters—least of all Bree Mercer. But when the pair is thrown together despite their best efforts, their chemistry is undeniable. They can't seem to put the brakes on their feelings—until their connection threatens Bree's reputation and Kade's hard-won redemption. Now they must decide if there is a place for love in their plans for the future.
My thoughts: This book is adorable! The characters couldn't be more fun and good for each other. They have obstacles to overcome, but in the end, I was very happy to have them get together!
Perfect Set is about a sports reporter and an athlete coming together, in-spite of his severe dislike for the press. From the moment they meet, there are sparks. This book blends comedy, sarcasm, and pride. (A perfect fit for me.)
If you love a fun book about imperfect people, taking a tough road to romance, I think you will enjoy this book. It contains kissing and religious situations.
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