Liam's Perfect Woman by Beth Kery
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Packed with emotion, passion, drama, and great chemistry, 'Liam's Perfect Woman' is a very engrossing story. It was interesting to read a damaged heroine for a change instead of a scarred hero; it did interesting things to their relationship. I really liked this book. It was a quick read but it felt fully developed and well put together. It makes me want to check out the rest of the series.
The basic plot: Sixteen years ago Liam's father was driving drunk and caused an accident that killed Natalie's mother, himself, and left Natalie scarred. Her life was profoundly affected and she needs to understand why it happened. Liam has moved back to a calmer life in Harbor Town after working undercover in Chicago. Natalie hires him to investigate the reasons for the accident. Both are surprised by the feelings and passion they develop along the way.
Even if you aren't usually into in Harlequin romances, Beth Kery is such a fantastic writer (also under the pen name Bethany Kane) that readers will definitely want to pick this one up.
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