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This is only my second book by this author, and just like Paradise , which is one of the few second chance romances I loved, I adored this book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….

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Return to Book Page. Preview — Perfect by Judith McNaught. Julie was determined to give back all the kindness she'd received; nothing and no one would ever shatter the perfect life she had fa A rootless foster child, Julie Mathison had blossomed under the love showered upon her by her adoptive family.

Get A Copy. Mass Market Paperback , pages. Published December 1st by Pocket Books first published January 1st More Details Original Title. Second Opportunities 2. Zachary Benedict , Julie Mathison. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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So Sad Reads There is now! I see that they have something in kindle for it. See 2 questions about Perfect…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. DNF after pages. You know, I usually have a lot of patience when it comes to books.

They don't even have to do it at all.

I don't mind if the story progresses slowly. It doesn't have to progress at all. Separations in the book I just don't like, ever! In this one, the hero and the heroine didn't even meet until page ! I cou DNF after pages. I could give you a recap of everything that you need to know in a couple of sentences.

Anyway, I thought I could continue after they've actually met but by then I completely lost interest in it and now I simply don't care about the book at all. I had the same problem in the first book from this series and I thought it would be different, but sadly, no. So here's me saying goodbye forever to Judith McNaught's contemporaries: View all 72 comments.

After reading Paradise and all of the reviews here I was sure I was about to read a story of epic proportions: A prison escape?

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A tortured, cold, brooding hero? A smart and strong heroine? The enemies-to-lovers trope? A slow burn romance? I liked the story but it was so damn long. It took forever for the main characters to meet and then to finally get together.

Sure, the hero had some brooding and assholish qualities but his mood swings and behavior changes from cold and grumpy to saccharine sweet and sappy were giving me whiplash.

The heroine, on the other hand, was too perfect, too idolized in my opinion. And the whole prison escape thing? It seemed kind of laughable to me. I don't know much about the U. Overall, this was a lengthy and quite an exhausting read with an interesting plot lost in the sea of details and twists. When you pick up a book twenty years after its publication, this is what you get although I still love these guys to pieces: Zachary Benedict had the animal magnetism of a young Sean Connery, the talent of a Newman, the charisma of Costner, the raw machismo of a young Eastwood, the smooth sophistication of Warren Beatty, the versatility of Michael Douglas, and the rugged appeal of Harrison Ford.

View all 62 comments. Dec 05, Mo rated it it was amazing. Rugged, charming, alpha hero. Sweet, hometown, innocent heroine. Long ago and far away I dreamed a dream one day And now that dream is here beside me Long the skies were overcast But now the clouds have passed You're here at last Chills run up and down my spine Aladdin's lamp is m My re-read was just as PERFECT the second time around.

Julie was his home, his family It had drama, romance, laughter, tears, family, friendship, misunderstandings, make-ups … everything I love in a good book. Loved catching up with the characters from the previous book, Matt and Meredith. View all 42 comments. BarbaraM - thank you!!

Well what can I say? The title says most of it. I found this book Perfect!! At 18 he is heartlessly thrown out. He ends up in Hollywood working a job that h Well what can I say?

He ends up in Hollywood working a job that happens to land him on a movie set. In he is convicted of murdering his wife, a famous actress. Julie was born on the streets of Chicago and abandoned.

She fell into the system, moving from home to home. Because of her life as a small child, she had a lot of health problems that kept her out of school. By age 12, she was basically illiterate and starting to hang out with the rougher kids. She is given a break by a psychologist that places her in a wonderful family in Texas.

Paradise (Second Opportunities, #1)

She grasps at this new chance for life with both hands and never looks back. You can really feel the torment with Zack not really wanting to involve her, but he is in survival mode.

Or will she? After a few days, she begins to see what a complicated, yet caring man he is. She starts to doubt that this man is capable of murdering his wife. They spend a week together in total seclusion. She falls in love with him, and he will not admit it to her or himself that he loves her too. He intends to hideaway from the world and live as someone else, and she wants him to try to prove he is innocent of murdering his wife; let alone guilty of kidnapping.

This story is so emotional. I teared up a lot. I was rooting for both of them the entire time. Zach has never felt love from anyone before, and he has such a hard time accepting it; especially from someone as pure as Julie. When he finally admits he loves her in a letter, it is SO good! There is good suspense plot, action, tears, joy, passion… I just loved it. View all 12 comments.

I can't even say this book is perfect, not because it's cheesy, but because this book will never be just one word. Reading this book isn't just reading some words on some pages and enjoying the story. No, these seven hundred and four pages are like nothing I've ever read before.

I can't even say that any of the other Judith McNaught books I've read come close to the brilliance of this one. As much as Rate: As much as I loved Paradise, Matt and Meredith's story kept coming close to but not reaching as far as Perfect did. Paradise made me feel every emotion I have ever felt before but Perfect made me feel those and so many new emotions. Emotions there aren't even names for yet.

Perfect had me trembling so hard, tortured, sobbing for relief and frightened to the point of nausea but somehow there was never a moment where I wanted it to end.

After Zack successfully escapes prison, he abducts Julie and forces her to drive him to a hideaway house in the Colorado mountains. Initially Julie is frightened and desperate to be released from captivity but with every minute spent in the presence of Zack, she soon realises he is no murderer and her treacherous heart falls in love with him even though doing so will only guarantee her a lifetime of heartbreak, pain and longing. From the beginning to the very end this novel took my heart and ran away with it.

Zack was easily established as the tortured and dispaired hero who desperately deserved someone to love him. Julie's kindness and unwavering love were exactly what Zack needed. Do you have any idea how I've felt every time I watched you on that film?

Incredibly, completely, unconditionally loved. Even when you thought I was a deranged murderer, you were still fighting and crying for me. She truly did believe she was doing the right thing but the way it happened was so tragic it tore at my heart. The scene at the Mexican airport will forever stay with me. When Zack and Julie are reunited the book takes on the same playful tone it did during their happy moments in Colorado but this time Judith McNaught lets readers enjoy the laughter and joyfulness without heartbreak around the corner.

The last 80 pages of the book are filled with the tiny moments that make love whilst the first or so show us the angst and agony of achieving something so magical. If you haven't already read this book, I would recommend this to you with all of my heart.

My all time favourite book and definitely one I see myself re-reading over and over. View all 41 comments.

Buddy Read Perfect pgs. I miss layers like that. Having said that, oh my god, could a lot have been edited out. I think. Secondary characters that seemed to add depth to the story, characters, and setting, started to become skim worthy as they didn't seem to add to the main arc.

There's twin sisters that add flavor and a thinking commentary storyline but towards the end, I was wondering what the point was. Adding to a lesser degree, the heroine's boyfriend Greg? They add to the layers of the story but they also meander the reader from the main arc and end up disappearing with no real conclusion; I was left with "what's the point? I feel like I lived three lifetimes reading this.

Season One is the childhood of our heroine and hero and the development of how they came to be as adults, Season Two is the November sweeps lust, murder, kidnapping, and D-rama, and Season Three is the lies, betrayal, revelations, and happily ever after.

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All this D-rama of secondary character stories, lusting, murder, and life living is told through an early '90s romance view point. The murder mystery got a bit washed out as it was pushed to the background by the D-rama and not for my 21st century woman self, views.

After I read the last sentence, I started to think about the ranting review I was going to type up, until I saw the Author's Note. Due to our heroine's childhood, she grew up illiterate until the 5th grade.

As a result, she becomes a middle school teacher and after hours teaches adult women to learn how to read. Then in the note, the author talks about how harshly illiteracy affects women, which is also shown through secondary characters heroine's grown women students she weaves in how women are trapped in abusive relationships and poverty because of their illiteracy.

She brings up a program called "Literacy. I looked the program up and through my weak, quick research it went five years and earned 5 million dollars looks like they were shooting for 40mil. Was this whole book, a story rife with sexism and clearly a prevailing view of its time, showing and relating to women, a cloak for a message of how women are held back and a way to help prevent that?

Maybe, maybe not. It is why I love the romance genre, because there is a message here, even if its veiled, because maybe it had to be. Social commentary and women reaching out to women, hearing, acknowledging, and addressing our issues, that is what is commonly hidden behind those bare chest men covers.

Did I like the story as a whole? No, too much editing needed, main couple's relationship was not built on a believable, solid foundation, and the whole Dynasty-like D-rama. However, the sub-plot of illiteracy and its harmful effects on women and how we can help them?

Sign me up every time. The romance genre is chalk full of this and why I'm signed up a lot for these books The Literacy. Share the love of reading View all 17 comments. Jessica A. This book was such a great surprise! It is kind of an all-in-one, packed with action, mystery, comedy and romance. However, what touched me the most was the suffocating feeling of helplessness due to the injustice committed against Zach.

Balance, harmony and justice rule my sign: I despise injustice. So, let me start getting the negative out of my way first: M This book was such a great surprise! My only issue in the story is that I was left holding a grudge against her.

She didn't deserve forgiveness so easily. What an evil witch! When that predictable "making peace" scene happened I had to roll my eyes, only to soon be taken by surprise with another tearful moment. One of the many I have to say. Now that the bad is out of my way I am ready to tell a little bit about this amazing story.

Julie is a teacher in a little town - She is fiery, funny, stubborn, witty, intelligent, brave, generous and compassionate. Condemned for a crime he didn't commit Zack is sentenced to 45 years in prison. Two lives destined to collide by fate when Zack decided to escape from prison after 5 years behind the bars.

Julie was the unfortunate person who crossed his path when Zack needed a car to get away. Firstly she innocently offered him a lift but soon she found out who Zack really was and his plans to get out of the Country. Horrified, she attempted to escape but there was nowhere to run.

Julie was then taken hostage and kidnapped by Zack.

After a few unexpected events they were forced to stay a few days in a recluse house in the mountains waiting for a chopper — one more step towards his final destination: South America — when he finally would release Julie. In these few days a resentful, cynical, disillusioned and callous Zack gets to know Julie.

His defences started to crack. A heart enfolded by ice because of too many injustices done to him, started to melt. Beside her idealism Zack felt terribly old and jaded. He was nine years older and a thousand times harder than she, and yet something about her softened him and made him like being soft, both of which were new experiences for him.

Julie is one of the most amazing female characters I had ever come across.

Paradise (Second Opportunities, #1)

She had an ugly past which could have shaped her in a bitter person. However, she took the only good opportunity life handed over to her when she was 11 year old and did the most of it to become a better person.

And what a beautiful and captivating person Julie turned out to be. Zack didn't stand a chance. Loved it! View all 37 comments. Apr 17, Karla rated it it was amazing Shelves: Very enjoyable book with an epic quality! Perfect is a rather lengthy read at pages, but I was never bored and the story was just riveting! The author draws you in with the compelling history about the main character's childhoods and the circumstances that bring them together.

It was an interesting and necessary set-up and made them easy to relate to. What reall 5 Stars! Six months ago, heedless of his advancing age and bad weather, Margaret's own husband had died while flying his plane to Cozumel, supposedly to go fishing. The twenty-five-year-old fashion model who was also in that plane must have been along to bait his hook, she thought with uncharacteristic crudity and frigid disinterest.

The fatal accidents were eloquent illustrations of the lechery and carelessness that had characterized the lives of all the Stanhope men for generations. Every arrogant, reckless, handsome one of them had lived each day of their lives as if they were indestructible and accountable to no one. As a result, Margaret had spent a lifetime clinging to her ravaged dignity and self-control while her profligate husband squandered a fortune on his vices and taught his grandsons to live exactly as he lived.

Last year, while she slept upstairs, he had brought prostitutes into this very house, and he and the boys had shared them. All of them except Justin. Her beloved Justin… Gentle, intelligent, and industrious, Justin had been the only one of her three grandsons to resemble the men on Margaret's side of the family, and she had loved him with every fiber of her being. And now, Justin was dead, while his brother Zachary was alive and healthy, taunting her with his very vitality.

Turning her head, she watched him stride swiftly up the stone steps that led to the veranda in answer to her summons, and the explosion of hatred that raged through her at the sight of the tall, dark-haired eighteen-year-old was almost past bearing. Her fingers tightened on the glass in her hand, and she fought down the wild urge to hurl it at his tanned face, to rake her nails down it.

Discover the sensual and sweeping power of love in New York Times bestselling author Judith McNaught's contemporary romances that will make "you laugh, cry, and fall.. Cualquiera de esos nombres estn bien para esta.. FreeBookVally is a right place to get Free Books. Free Books sharing for all people.. Perfect Perfect. Read whitney my love online in pdf. Smart Bitches, Trashy Books Search. Skip to. Classic Romance - Which One First? From bestselling, beloved author Judith McNaught comes the dramatic story of a woman who, out of childhood chaos, has created the perfect life.However, what touched me the most was the suffocating feeling of helplessness due to the injustice committed against Zach.

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She's feisty, brave, sensitive, and very smart. Zachary Benedict is an actor whose Academy Award-winning career was shattered when he was wrongly convicted of murdering his wife. The chemistry between Julie and Zach was electric and seeing them fall for each other was simply wonderful. View all 41 comments. I've checked it out. Her hand tightened on the yellow pencil as she fought back the familiar feelings of frustration and angry despair that swamped her whenever she was expected to read something.

It was extra time to spend with the characters under different circumstances after a read that left at times left me very anxious.

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