The closest Katie has come to romance lately is arguing with her lawn-care-obsessed, handsome neighbor, Will. After a drunken girls' night out with her best friends involving a visualization exercise for the perfect man and an instance of breaking and entering, Katie wakes up thankfully in her own bed with a massive hangover and her neighbor standing on her porch with a peace offering.
But soon after, she gets another surprise in the form of a naked man in her driveway who proclaims he's been created just for her. As antics and romantic gestures commence, Katie will begin to question herself about love and loyalty. How do you know when the perfect man is not really perfect? And when does Mr. Wrong begin to look like Mr. Right?
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'I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review' Katie is very unlucky in love. Honestly she hasn't even tried lately. The most action she gets lately is her little spats with her lawn obsessed neighbor. Every Thursday he is out there for hours cutting his grass. It really tries to cut into her girls nights. So this girls night her friends decide that she needs a man. Not just any man, but the perfect man. So they all make a list with pros and cons for Mr. Perfect. Katie isn't exactly thrilled with this but it does give her the perfect idea for a book. But what is she supposed to do when Mr. Perfect ends up passed out naked on her front lawn? Will definitely has the hots for his neighbor. He's just never been able to work up the nerve to talk to her. He does enjoy how rattled she always gets on Thursdays before her girls nights. This time he finally talks to her although it doesn't go very well. Imagine his surprise later when a very drunk Katie literally falls through his window. After that he thinks he may be able to make headway with her when there is a naked man lying in her grass and she takes him in. Even though it seems like she is with naked guy he just can't seem to let her go. But what happens when he finally decides to move on? My rating: 5 Hearts My Opinion: This is a new author to me and let me tell you. I loved this book. This was one of those books that makes my husband think that I'm crazy as there were moments when I just busted out laughing. Katie's character is definitely spunky and she has a crazy group of friends. Especially on a night that involves a crown with a cock on it, a wheel barrow and a tattoo. This was such a fun read. Well thought, greatly written, very entertaining read. This author is definitely one to keep an eye on. I can't wait to see what she writes next. I definitely recommend reading! 'Read and Reviewed by LSK Sweetheart Reviews'
Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite In Plotting Mr. Perfect, an amusing chick-lit novel by S.E. Babin, Katie is having a girl's night with her friends, who all insist that she needs to start dating again. After obliging them with a goofy visualization exercise, the next morning the perfect man literally drops out of the sky. But just because Leo is good on paper, Katie has to find out if he is what her heart really wants. Especially when there's a next door neighbor, Will, a laid back entrepreneur who seems to be the exact opposite of her list, but intriguing nonetheless. Now Katie must discover what she really desires in a tale of hi-jinks, high stakes, and love. Plotting Mr. Perfect by S.E. Babin is an enjoyable read. The plot fits perfectly into the chick-lit genre. It's full of cute moments, wacky friends, and dashing male leads. Despite the slow pace, Babin managed to craft some interesting twists and truly laugh out loud moments, from Leo learning to be "human," to her best friend who is as wild as her curly hair. While reading Plotting Mr. Perfect, I often found myself thinking of the manga "Absolute Boyfriend" which follows a similar premise. I enjoyed diving into Babin's take on what makes the perfect man. A good read for fans of light romance.
Totally enjoyable book. It is a must to read.