Ten years ago, my high school crush found me during senior finals week in the student parking lot with my car decorated with items you find behind a drugstore counter and a “Most Likely to…” banner that would make a pro blush.
And by “pro,” I don’t mean golf.
In under an hour, everything I knew about myself was turned upside down and inside out, just as our high school career was in its final hours.
Then again, he’s the high school quarterback. He’s used to performing when the clock’s running out.
Me? I perform well under pressure, too.
But not when Will Lotham is about to kiss me.
Or is he?
Little Miss Perfect is a prequel to the events that take place in Fluffy, New York Times bestselling author Julia Kent’s new book. It can be read on its own, without having read Fluffy.
This is the absolute perfect prequel! I loved everything about it! It introduced the characters perfectly and had me laughing. I mean seriously laughing. I absolutely love Mallory and her friends. Not only were they all interesting on their own, I also loved their friendship. And I’m intrigued by Will. It seems like there is so much more to him, and we’ve only scratched the surface. It’s amazing to have such a small glimpse into these characters and come away already absolutely loving them and feeling like I already know them. I am so anxious to see what will become of Mallory and Will in the future!
The narration by Erin Mallon is absolutely perfect! I was hooked from beginning to end. She brought so much personality to these characters. I can’t wait to listen to her narration in Fluffy!
About the Author
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julia Kent writes romantic comedy with an edge. Since 2013, she has sold more than 2 million books, with 4 New York Times bestsellers and more than 19 appearances on the USA Today bestseller list. Her books have been translated into French and German, with more titles releasing in 2019.
From billionaires to BBWs to new adult rock stars, Julia finds a sensual, goofy joy in every contemporary romance she writes. Unlike Shannon from Shopping for a Billionaire, she did not meet her husband after dropping her phone in a men’s room toilet (and he isn’t a billionaire she met in a romantic comedy).
She lives in New England with her husband and three children where she is the only person in the household with the gene required to change empty toilet paper rolls.