Perfect Trilogy, Book 1, Almost Perfect by Julie Ortolon

By Julie Ortolon

The suitable Trilogy

Maddy, Christine and Amy are delighted that their outdated university suite-mate has written a bestselling e-book, how one can Have the appropriate Life—until they observe she used them as examples of the way girls allow worry screw up their lives. The worst half is…it’s kind of actual. jointly they make a pact: they every one have three hundred and sixty five days to stand down their fears—and perhaps convey leave out excellent a specific thing or two!

Book One: nearly Perfect

A loose Spirit and a Reformed undesirable Boy -- an ideal Match?

Maddy was once regularly the inventive one of many workforce, alive with colour and mischief from her saucy crimson curls to her classic hippie skirts. Her problem, the chums make a decision, is to get her art authorised at a gallery. a task as arts director at a summer time camp close to Santa Fe—with its multitude of galleries—seems like a begin within the correct direction.

There’s only one seize: The camp is administered by means of Maddy’s highschool flame, Joe, whose center she broke—okay, smashed—and his anger in the direction of Maddy hasn’t cooled one bit. yet neither has their attraction.

Old wants burn warmer than ever as Joe makes it transparent there’s just one as far back as his middle: She has to get excited about her paintings. yet will falling in love support or prevent Maddy as she struggles to satisfy her problem?

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Her brown eyes smiled up at one of her fans, who stood with a book clutched to her chest, gushing with praise. Envy snuck up and gave Maddy a painful bite. "God," she sighed. "Jane really did make it, just like she always wanted. But it's not just the fame and fortune. " "And she's still so beautiful," Amy added with genuine admiration in her voice. "She looks happy," Christine said with no inflection. "Really happy. " Amy gasped. " Christine clasped her hands together. " Amy laughed in spite of herself.

Just do it, she ordered herself. Taking a deep breath, she forced herself to take a step. Then another. Before she knew it, she was standing in the doorway. He'd taken a seat at the desk and was working at a computer. The sound of the keyboard covered up her approach until she was almost to the desk. He looked up—and froze. Her lips trembled as she smiled. "Hello, Joe. " He stared at her, his expression blank. He looked unbearably handsome with his tan skin and dark-chocolate eyes. She felt her cheeks flush.

Her brown eyes smiled up at one of her fans, who stood with a book clutched to her chest, gushing with praise. Envy snuck up and gave Maddy a painful bite. "God," she sighed. "Jane really did make it, just like she always wanted. But it's not just the fame and fortune. " "And she's still so beautiful," Amy added with genuine admiration in her voice. "She looks happy," Christine said with no inflection. "Really happy. " Amy gasped. " Christine clasped her hands together. " Amy laughed in spite of herself.

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