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THE PERFECT FIT (RILEY O'BRIEN & CO.) BY JENNA SUTTON
Release Date: April 5, 2015
Zeke May has spent the past two years recovering from an IED attack and trying to adjust to life as a civilian. The veteran hiring program at denim empire Riley O’Brien & Co. offers a new beginning. The only problem is the high cost of housing in San Francisco, and Margo Lange could be the perfect solution.
Now that Margo has completed veterinary school, she’s ready to fulfill her dream of living in the Bay Area. Unfortunately, she’s drowning in student loan debt and the only places she can afford are dumps. Luckily, one of her uncle’s Army buddies needs a roommate.
Although Zeke’s place is a perfect fit for Margo’s budget, he is not what she expects. He’s much younger than her uncle, and he’s melt-your-panties hot. She doesn’t want to fall for him, but it doesn’t take her long to realize that Zeke is the perfect fit for her, regardless of their age gap. Too bad he’s so obviously still in love with his ex-wife…
REVIEW: THE PERFECT FIT (RILEY O'BRIEN & CO.) BY JENNA SUTTON
The Perfect Fit by Jenna Sutton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Zeke and Margo were slow in drawing me into their world. Once they did however, there was no turning back. The Perfect Fit by Jenna Sutton brings together two wounded, insecure people with nothing in common yet for some strange reason they find comfort and shelter in each other. I received an ARC of The Perfect Fit in exchange for an honest review. I would love to say that I was hooked from page one but that wouldn't be true. The awkwardness of the first meeting was uncomfortable but Ms. Sutton does a beautiful job of allowing the reader to get to know each individual little by little and as I learned more my heart began to thaw. Zeke doesn't know how to be anything but strong. His military training makes him gruff, moody and rough around the edges. Yet it's the small glimpses of doubt, shame and sadness that make him a complex character. On the surface Margo comes across fragile but underneath her outer layer lies a woman who is determined to give her all to becoming a better and stronger person. These characters are perfect for each other because there is no pretense between them. As they start to connect, it becomes obvious that they are good for each other. They strengthen each others weaknesses. Zeke and Margo ultimately ended up teaching me something: "The follow through makes everything worth it."
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