Some Kind of Perfect

Some Kind of Perfect

by Krista Ritchie, Becca Ritchie

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Overview

Epilogue Novel of the Addicted / Calloway Sisters series



Falling in love was just the beginning



The conclusion to the epic ten-book series about the unbreakable strength of family, friendship, and love.



Lily & Lo are back one final time. Childhood best friends and soul mates.



Ryke & Daisy are back one final time. Wild risk-takers and flirty adventurers.



Connor & Rose are back one final time. Genius rivals and intellectual teammates.



Ten years of laughter. Of heartache. And love.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781950165155
Publisher: Brower Literary & Management, Inc.
Publication date: 02/06/2019
Series: Addicted: Calloway Sisters Series
Pages: 742
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.63(d)

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Some Kind of Perfect (Calloway Sisters) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Addicted_Reads More than 1 year ago
I can't believe this is the end! This is one of my all-time favorite series. I seriously sound like a broken record every time I talk about this series. The characters, their relationships with each other, the humor, the authors. I love everything about these books. While I enjoyed Addicted to You a lot, it was Addicted for Now that made me ultimately fall in love with these characters and care about their well-being. I find parts of myself in every single character: like Lily’s love of pop culture and Rose’s drive and Ryke’s inability to not curse every few minutes. This is hands down one of the best NA series ever. It promotes a sense of self-worth, there's no girl-hate ever, there's never any unnecessary drama or miscommunication, and it's always entertaining. Some Kind of Perfect takes place in between the last chapter of Long Way Down and the epilogue which is ten years later. It is 100% character driven, and a sort of photo album, showing highlights and low-lights of everyone’s lives throughout the years. So this book is mostly for the avid fans of the series. But for anyone who loves these characters and care about the journey they’ve been through this book will be like a punch to the heart. THIS BOOK MANAGED TO EXCEED ALL OF MY EXPECTATIONS I LOVED EVERY PAGE. Rose, you are so strong and independent. Every time I’m having a bad day I try to channel my inner Rose to get through it. Connor, you’re probably the character I have the least in common with, but your arrogance and self-confidence never fail to make me laugh. Lily, your love of all things pop culture and social awkwardness remind me so much of myself it’s scary. Lo, you definitely have had the biggest transformation of every character here, you have grown so much it’s been remarkable to read about. You are a completely different person from the one I first read about. And the fact that you are a Marvel elitist is one of my favorite things about you. Ryke, when it comes to the people you love you would literally walk through hell for them, you are easily one of the most selfless people I’ve ever read about. Daisy, you are so beautiful inside and out. You're wild and free, and you have one of the biggest hearts. Willow, I think if you were real you’d be like my best friend. Garrison, your love for the internet and Supernatural almost rivals mine. This was pretty much a mess of a review, but I just love this series so much I had to get all of my emotions out. The Addicted Series will always be one of my favorite series ever. Also I can never thank Krista and Becca enough for creating such genuine characters and an unforgettable story. I cannot wait to read Damaged Like Us.
BookWorm221 More than 1 year ago
I put off reading this book for the longest time and the only reason was that I honestly did not want these character’s stories to end. I didn’t want to read the last of Lily and Lo, Rose and Connor and Ryke and Daisy, I know we’ll at least get to hear about them in the next series about their kids but I’m still going to miss them terribly. I think is safe to say that from the moment I read the first book in this series I became very invested in the characters, I don’t think there was ever a book in which I felt so much for characters and all the injustices that they were going through. Reading all of this books it was so easy for me to get angry at the people hurting my favorite gang and also to get really happy for their successes and happiness. This book is the gang through the years, the documentation of the arrival of each member of the family, of their milestones both from work and family. It was easy to get very emotional over many of the thing narrated here even the most random situation would make me shed a tear here and there. I’m so happy they are happy and also that I might get to hear from them in the future. PS. I want more Willow and Garrison! Oh I can’t wait until the next update in their story.
ydbrooks More than 1 year ago
This is without a doubt the best book i have read and will read all year and I can honestly say this entire series is the best series i've read in my life. This book was all kinds of perfect! (lol you like what i did there). Every moment was so special. When you look back to the beginning of the series, the growth between the three couples is staggering. I loved that every up and down these couples have gone through. Lily is so strong and confident now. Lo believes in himself and that he's worthy. Rose conquered hurtles like a queen and became the mother she never thought she would be. Connor loved!!! Daisy found her voice. Ryke got the family and love he never had. It was amazing. I laughed, cried and literally fan girled after every chapter. And i love love love all the addicted kids! ***This part is spoilery so be warned!!*** I wanted to cry when Moffy asked if Lo was really his father. I wanted to fight someone when they called Luna weird. I wanted to hug Ben when he felt like he didn't belong in the Cobalt family. I wanted to be wild and free with Sullivan. I love how Charlie didn't want to skip two grades and leave his brother behind. I love how Beckett wanted the best for Charlie and encouraged him to go. I love that Beckett loves ballet! I love Tom and Eliot, my little trouble makers! Idk why but i love that Beckett is OCD like Rose and that Eliot is dyslexic (they aren't perfect and that's ok!). I cried when Jonathan died. Even though i didn't like him, he really loved his family. And i loved Garrison! I felt so bad for him with all his family drama. It was so sad, but Lo really stepped up and was there for him. I could literally go on for hours about this book. Days about this series. There is nothing like it and there never will. This series will stay with my forever. I just want to thank Krista and Becca for bringing these amazing characters in my life. They've shown me glimpses of who i'd like to be in the future. They helped me live in the moment. While i'm so sad that this is the end, i look forward to the Like Us seres, which i already know is going to be amazing. So until then, Farewell, So Long and Goodbye