Book Reviews of Perfect Together (Perfect, No 1)

Perfect Together (Perfect, No 1)
Perfect Together - Perfect, No 1
Author: Lisa Plumley
ISBN-13: 9780821773413
ISBN-10: 0821773410
Publication Date: 6/1/2003
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 40 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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What a fun read! I'll be looking for more books by Lisa Plumley!
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A roamance you won't want to miss. Need a smile. read this book
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I really loved this book!I could not put it down dont miss out on reading this!
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Great read, I just ordered the other book, Perfect Switch.
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Her career in a slump, famous actress Marly decides to go on Dream Date, a reality show under a fake name and changes in her physical appearance. Her partner, however, is the hunk of her dreams. How can she tell him she lied? A good read.
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A great read about a girl who is torn to the truth the the guy she is falling for with fear of losing him. This is the first book I read by this author and I can wait to read the next in the series "Perfect Switch."
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After her long-running sitcom is cancelled, actress Marley Madison finds herself a typecast has-been at the ripe old age of twenty-seven. Her career needs a jimp-start, fast--and an incognito appearance on the hit reality game show DREAM DATE will prove her acting ability to the world. But before long, she finds herself wanting to prove something entirely different to her fellow contestant, Jake Jarvis. There's something decidedly un-Hollywood about Jake, a sportscaster whose laid-back charm belies something deeper than an intimate understanding of box scores. And the better Marly gets to know him, the harder it is to remember her motivation. Because she's beginning to realize that what makes her career could break both their hearts---if reality and honesty are on different wavelengths.....