A short and sexy sequel to What Once Was Perfect, Wardham #2.
They keep meaning to say I do…
Laney and Kyle lost each other once. Now they've found a way back together, and nothing will break them apart. But real life—two busy careers, nosy family members, and very different priorities for their oft-discussed yet still hypothetical wedding—keeps them from formalizing the forever they promised each other more than a year ago.
A business trip for Kyle and a last-minute rearranging of Laney's schedule provides the perfect fantasy escape to re-focus on what really matters.
Perfect No Matter What is a short story sequel to What Once Was Perfect, the first novel in Zoe York's Wardham series. It can be read on its own as the culmination of a HEA romance. It was originally published in the Love is... anthology.
About the Author
Zoe York lives in London, Ontario with her young family. She has an English degree and works at a university, so it was probably a foregone conclusion that she’d write a romance novel one day. What Once Was Perfect is her debut novel.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love these books and was disappointed that my 99 cents only got me 30 pages of story.
Loved it ....I hope this is not the end of Laney and Kyle....MORE PLEASE.....How about a family her...
Another winner from Zoe York! I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I really enjoyed this follow up to "What Once Was Perfect," which I loved. This one wasn't quite as good as that, primarily because it was just so short, but it was certainly better than a lot of stuff out there. It was nice to read a continuation of Laney and Kyle's story. The chemistry between them is undeniable and what some would term "meant to be." There was never any doubt about them and their HEA, but it was nice to read it anyway. Zoe York is consistently good, which is amazing considering how prolific she is! I recommend this book, just as I would recommend any of her books that I have read to date, and I have no doubt I will enjoy those still to come.