Genre: Contemporary Romance
Life may not turn out like we planned, but sometimes that’s what makes it perfect…
Hadley Foster has always been a planner. But, since the age of nineteen, things haven’t exactly gone according to plan… not at all. And the changes continue to mount when a trip to Europe with her best friend starts a domino effect in all aspects of her life. Suddenly, the future she had envisioned for herself seems unlikely to happen. It’s time to make a new plan… or accept the dominoes as they fall.
Jason Kelly has a great life. He’s a successful self-published writer who’s living his dreams. But, something is missing. Hadley Foster. Letting her slip through his fingers is one of his biggest regrets. Over time, he had to accept the idea of being without his first love as he watched her fall in love with someone else.
When circumstances bring Jason and Hadley back into one another’s lives, they’re forced to deal with their past, their present and the possibility of a future together.
Picturing Perfect was a book about pregnancy, love and family. Hadley had a charming boyfriend, Tucker, and she had been dating for six years. But things were changing day by day and Hadley begins to see her crush Jason, brother of her best friend, more often. After spending Christmas with Tucker, she realizes that things between them have come to end. But that night she gets pregnant from Tucker and she doesn’t know what to do next.
Jason enters the scene here. He starts to help, spend time together with her and in the end he realizes he's fallen in love with both Hadley and baby. And Hadley decides to give him a second chance.
It was a sweet romance. I loved both characters. Especially when a baby involves with the story, I like it more. Because of Hadley's stupidity I dropped two stars. Other than that, Picturing Perfect was a good story.