Perfect Alignment

Perfect Alignment

by KB Alan


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ISBN-13: 9781500507589
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/22/2014
Pages: 202
Sales rank: 459,309
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.43(d)

About the Author

KB Alan lives the single life in Southern California. She acknowledges that she should probably turn off the computer and leave the house once in a while in order to find her own happily ever after, but for now she's content to delude herself with the theory that Mr. Right is bound to come knocking on her door through no real effort of her own. Please refrain from pointing out the many flaws in this system. Other comments, however, are happily received.

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Perfect Alignment 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
mary8808 More than 1 year ago
Emma is in her last year of college and then she will head back to the West Coast to help her parents run the family store. When she goes to Boston for a little me time, she gets pulled over for speeding and she get more than a speeding ticket. Drew can't believe what he is going to do with Emma, the risk he is taking. But it turns out that they both enjoy the playtime they share. They decide that they will have fun until her year is over and not let feelings come in to play. Well that is hard for Emma, but Drew has a wall up that he is protecting from everyone except him best friend Troy. Drew didn't have a loving childhood and after troy's wife Catherine died, he doesn't believe that love is for him. Can Emma change his mind? What will happen when Troy comes to visit and he meets Emma? Will there be a three-some in her future? Will Drew let his walls down and see if Emma is the one for him? This is a first for me from K.B. Alan and I loved it, can't wait for more, Perfect Stranger (coming soon) and I'm going back to read Perfect Formation (book 1) soon. **Copy provided by the publisher through Netgalley**
Got_Romance_Reviews More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance Content: M/F, M/M/F, BDSM, Spanking, Bondage, D/s, Anal Play, Anal Sex, Oral Sex, Toys Length: Novel Heat Level: Scorching Reviewer: Marchelle Date: July 16, 2014 This is the first story I’ve ever read by this author and I was definitely not disappointed. I really enjoy stories like this where it’s obvious to the reader that the main characters are in love, it just takes them a bit longer to realize it. Part of the fun is seeing how long it takes them to realize it and what events bring them to that realization. KB Alan does a thorough job of chronicling the process of Drew and Emma falling in love without being obvious. There are subtle clues that help the reader come to the conclusion on their own. Drew is a cop who pulls Emma over for speeding when she is on her way to visit a sex club. She’s wearing a necklace that identifies her as a submissive and he immediately asserts his dominance over her, against his better judgement. They start a dom/sub affair but Drew is hesitant to define it as a relationship. Still, they have an undeniable sexual connection and the more time they spend together, they become friends as well. Their dynamic is loving and friendly. I enjoyed the teasing banter between them. It seems as though they enjoy being together, even if neither of them want a relationship. When Emma is introduced to Drew’s best friend Toby, the hotness factor kicks up a few notches. The trio engages in activities that range from sweet and loving to steamy and erotic. (The author gives quite a bit of background on Toby so we get to know him pretty well and I hope there will be a book about him coming soon.) Once Emma and Drew are left to their own devices again, it’s interesting to watch the push and pull that goes on with Drew. His indecision is obvious. One minute he’s refusing to take her in public and the next he’s taking her to meet his parents. Toby seems to be the only one who has a decent grasp of what is really going on between Drew and Emma but Drew, in his bull-headed alpha-male way, isn’t listening to him. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would definitely read more works by this author. It certainly has some pretty steamy sex scenes and just the right amount of angst to keep you wondering if they’ll make it in the end.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Perfect Alignment, Perfect Fit 2.0, KB Alan Review from jeannie zelos book reviews This sounded a decent read, I do enjoy some spice in my started well, and I was quickly pulled in to the story. It certainly packs heat with plenty of well written and varied sex scenes ( sometimes they get terribly repetitive...). I liked Emma and Drew to begin with, but as time passed and the story continued I began to get irritated with them for limiting what could be such a good thing between them. For being obsessed with sticking to their original plan. For not being more open minded. When Drew's friend Toby enters the mix ( and that's fun!) then he too tells Drew he's being short sighted. I just didn't feel either of their reasons were really valid * shrug* just didn't seem worth putting a time limit on what they had. Drew did annoy me with his insistence on secrecy, and for him and Toby the constant “risking their jobs if caught” vibe. Is it really that bad in US? BDSM is pretty mainstream now, and I can't see that it would affect people's jobs here in UK to the degree they couldn't even go out for a meal together. How is anyone going to know whats going on behind closed doors when they're eating in public ( food that is...) It's not like they were doing anything extreme or illegal. Still, maybe I'm wrong and the risk is real, dunno? The break up/make up bit wasn't strong enough for me, it was over so soon that I didn't really feel they even separated. I need lots of emotion and usually the break up/being caught out/something like that gives it to me, and is a major force in my enjoyment of the novel, but in this book it just seemed glossed over in a couple of pages. So – the erotica part – full marks, varied and interesting, very sensual and erotic, but the romance side, the story backing the sex scenes was just too thin for me :-( Lacked drama and emotion. Stars: Three – parts were excellent, but the story itself just didn't grab me. ARC provided via Netgalley and publishers