Judith McNaught / Dec 16, 2019

Perfect A rootless foster child Julie Mathison had blossomed under the love showered upon her by her adoptive family Now a lovely and vivacious young woman she was a respected teacher in her small Texas tow

  • Title: Perfect
  • Author: Judith McNaught
  • ISBN: 9780671795535
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • A rootless foster child, Julie Mathison had blossomed under the love showered upon her by her adoptive family Now a lovely and vivacious young woman, she was a respected teacher in her small Texas town, and she passionately lived her ideals Julie was determined to give back all the kindness she d received nothing and no one would ever shatter the perfect life she had faA rootless foster child, Julie Mathison had blossomed under the love showered upon her by her adoptive family Now a lovely and vivacious young woman, she was a respected teacher in her small Texas town, and she passionately lived her ideals Julie was determined to give back all the kindness she d received nothing and no one would ever shatter the perfect life she had fashioned Zachary Benedict was an actor director whose Academy Award winning career had been shattered when he was wrongly convicted of murdering his wife After the tall, ruggedly handsome Zack escaped from a Texas prison, he abducted Julie and forced her to drive him to his Colorado mountain hideout She was outraged, cautious, and unable to ignore the instincts that whispered of his innocence He was cynical, wary, and increasingly attracted to her Passion was about to capture them both in its fierce embracebut the journey to trust, true commitment, and proving Zack s innocence was just beginning.

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        You can find Judith McNaught in facebook facebook authorjudithJudith McNaught is a 1 New York Times Best Selling Author, with than forty million copies of her novels in print, in over eighty countries and than thirty languages She was also the first female executive producer at a CBS radio station McNaught is credited with inventing the modern Regency Historical romance subgenre.


    1. DNF after 200 pages.You know, I usually have a lot of patience when it comes to books.I don't mind if they first do it at 70%.They don't even have to do it at all.I don't mind if the story progresses slowly.It doesn't have to progress at all LONG AS I GET MY HEROES IN THE SAME SCENES TOGETHER!!!!!Separations in the book I just don't like, ever!In this one, the hero and the heroine didn't even meet until page 150!I mean, THAT much detail about their pasts is really, REALLY not necessary. I could [...]

    2. 3.5 starsOnce again I’m impressed with the author’s ability to tell a story and create such a well-developed storyline. And once again I didn’t get the maximum satisfaction from it. After reading Paradise and all of the reviews here I was sure I was about to read a story of epic proportions:A prison escape?A tortured, cold, brooding hero?A smart and strong heroine?The enemies-to-lovers trope?"I'm falling for my captor" theme?A slow burn romance?Except the proportions were not so epic…I c [...]

    3. My re-read was just as PERFECT the second time around.“She wept with shame for her lack of will and with fear for a love she couldn't control.”I loved this one. It’s an oldie but stands the test of time. Rugged, charming, alpha hero.Sweet, hometown, innocent heroine. What’s not to like?Long ago and far away
 I dreamed a dream one day
And now that dream is here beside meLong the skies were overcast
But now the clouds have passed
You're here at lastChills run up and down my spine [...]

    4. Well what can I say? The title says most of it. I found this book Perfect!! I loved it, and couldn’t put it down for the first 450 pages. Then I had to work and was so ticked that I couldn’t get right back to it. It was written in the early nineties, and does have a little bit of a dated feel, but that didn’t bother me at all.In the late 70’s, Zack was brought up in an extremely wealthy, yet cold family environment. At 18 he is heartlessly thrown out. He ends up in Hollywood working a jo [...]

    5. Rate: Infinity and beyond ∞There is no review I could ever write that will do this book justice. I can't even say this book is perfect, not because it's cheesy, but because this book will never be just one word. Reading this book isn't just reading some words on some pages and enjoying the story. No, these seven hundred and four pages are like nothing I've ever read before. I can't even say that any of the other Judith McNaught books I've read come close to the brilliance of this one. As much [...]

    6. This book was such a great surprise! I’ve started 5 books and was getting quite desperate to find my mojo back when this book was recommended to me.It is kind of an all-in-one, packed with action, mystery, comedy and romance. However, what touched me the most was the suffocating feeling of helplessness due to the injustice committed against Zach. Balance, harmony and justice rule my sign: Libra (♎). I despise injustice.So, let me start getting the negative out of my way first: grandma Stanho [...]

    7. 5 Stars! Very enjoyable book with an epic quality! Perfect is a rather lengthy read at 674 pages, but I was never bored and the story was just riveting! The author draws you in with the compelling history about the main character's childhoods and the circumstances that bring them together. This takes up a good chunk of the book, but has you understanding Zach’s hard exterior and why Julie is so eager to please. It was an interesting and necessary set-up and made them easy to relate to.What rea [...]

    8. I'm not a giant fan of contemporary romance, but I've always had a soft spot for Judith McNaught's books. Mainly because she was the first romance author I ever read! I'm not entirely sure why, but I always find her stories engaging and enjoyable. This one proved no different. This was not my first read of Perfect. It is however the first time I've read it in many years. This time around I did spot a few more flaws. Some of the authors views are a touch dated and a few of the supporting characte [...]

    9. The title says it all: PERFECT!!!I loved everything in this book: Julie, Zach, the story, the simplicity of the words used to tell it, the way it was written, the witty dialogue, the secondary characters, tehir stories, the immense love Julie and Zach had for each other ALL OF IT!!!The way Ms. McNaught writes is simply WOW!!! It just touches something in me and I simply melt!Every part of this book is so interesting that I don't know where to start!The part of Zach's life before meeting Julie wi [...]

    10. Loved Zach. Hated Julie the betraying, preachy cow and was massively disappointed that she did not die by a toilet seat to the head. She was utterly useless and I hated her with a passion. But the writing was good and the story fun. Except for Julie.

    11. This was fantastic and wonderful and, poignant, moving, touching, affecting, powerful, stirring, emotive, heart-rending, heartwarming, impassioned, etc.I think you get the picture.I love this book and it deserves a ten star rating that's what this book deserves!!!I'll never get tired of reading Zack and Julie's story. Absolute Perfection!!!

    12. It's "Prison Break" meets "Pretty Women" (minus one fabulous hooker) meets "Cinderella"THE BEST book I've read since "When He Was Wicked" (by Julia Quinn). And I just loved how McNaught wove a piece of "Paradise" in with it. It was nice to catch up with Matt and Meredith (and their little girl)! So ladies this is a MUST readI've never steered you wrong before, and I'm not gonna start now!

    13. Five perfect Stars.It was a very good read. Julie was a small town sweetheart. Zack was a charmer, a black sheep, and a social outcast. Julie - a School Teacher and Zack - a film Actor and Director Two very different people came together and create a beautiful story. The chemistry between Julie and Zack was just Amazing.I liked every turn of the story. Some people will say that the author was dragging the story or there was no need to explain Julie and Zack past life Blah Blah blah. But without [...]

    14. 4.5 stars RereadFirst of all: this is a CR set in 1993, so there wasn't any trace of Computers, Cell Phones or Internet in the story. It felt really natural to read it without those influences, and the same story set in 2015 wouldn't have worked the same way, with the same suspense level and the same sense of adventure. After enjoying it immensely the first time reading it (with my favourite BR ladies), I got the sudden urge to do so again, just because I knew what I could expect. Sounding like [...]

    15. No one writes relationships better than McNaught! She is one of - if not the- best in the genre. With each new book, she takes situations, responses and the emotions behind them and makes them absolutely real and intrinsic to the reader. Her gift is in understanding exactly how a person would respond to a given circumstance, then drawing out the perfect emotion one would feel in that situation. Amazing!"Perfect", however unrealistic the plot line may be, had me so involved with the characters th [...]

    16. Five PERFECT stars!!! "What book are you reading?" "It's my book—an early copy, fresh off the press."He smiled and said it aloud: "You named it Perfect."

    17. Long ago and far away,I dreamed a dream one day—And now that dream is here before me.Long the skies were overcast,but now the clouds are passed—You're here at last.Chills run up and down my spine.Aladdin's lamp is mine.The dream I dreamed was not denied me.Just one look and then I knew—That all I longed for long ago was you. What an absolutely brilliant book!!!!! It was a masterpiece of captivating plot and sizzling romance.I loved that the story spanned over years, that we got to see an 1 [...]

    18. So this was my first Judith McNaught novel and I loved every page of it was like indulging my sweet tooth with the very best chocolate souffle I've ever eaten - LOL. The storyline is completely unreal and over the top and it's certainly not the best book I've ever read, but I willingly admit it tops my list of self indulgent romance/drama/mystery novels. Judith is a pro at character development; she writes in such a way that you find yourself becoming deeply rooted and believing in each of the c [...]

    19. Now THIS is how you write a convict on the run falling for his kidnapped hostage. Authors take notes! :PI don't even know where to start with this. A roller coaster of emotions. My gaaaawd. I love how I can rip a book apart to shreds when I'm not happy with it and can't seem to shut up but when it's a 5 star book I'm tongue tied and can never do the book justice. I'll give it a try.My very first Judith McNaught book. It was love at first sitting. I seriously could not put this down 10 pages in. [...]

    20. Definitely my all-time favorite book and I have literally read hundreds. I was pushed into reading it many years ago by my sister. I didn't want to read another "cheesy love story". But once I started reading I could not put it down. Zachary is the perfect leading man. Julie's innocence, and the way it is explained in the book, makes her the perfect leading lady. There are a few scenes in the book that come across as being silly, but the rest of the story more than makes up for it. I have never [...]

    21. I have read 3 of McNaught's books and I think it is time for me to move on to a new author.Don't get me wrong - I liked Paradise, but I think Perfect and Kingdom of Dreams were just so flat. And full of empty drama.I vowed to stop reading anything McNaught after reading Kingdom of Dreams because I had a problem with the plot/character development: in my opinion, I think the hero was really unjustly mistreated by said author and the heroine bimbo was seriously favoured, despite her annoying tantr [...]

    22. Has it ever happened to you that while reading a good book you couldn't bear the thought that it’s going to end soon, then you’ll slow down your pace would take a break reread the lines the paragraphs the emotional scenes for sake of spending MORE time with your favorite characters? Yes! It happened to me and unwillingly, I finished reading this book and I want to reread it again. “Perfect” is the second book of the series “Second opportunities”, there are new characters in this book [...]

    23. I loved this book! Suspense, intrigue, romance and a little humor - this book was PERFECT! I loved the heroine in this story. From the moment you meet her in this book, you can't help but fall totally in love with her. The romance in this book was unique given the circumstances but it was fantastic. This is the first book I've ever read by this author but I can't wait to read more.

    24. It's a pet peeve of mine when a hero calls the heroine "little one" in a novel. Especially during a love scene. When he chucks her under the chin with his finger and smiles down at her, it's just too damn patronizing for me.

    25. 4.5 starsThe more romance books I read, the harder I am to please…which I don’t think is such a bad thing for authors to have readers with high standards. This book was very engaging and I enjoyed it very much, and however much I liked it, I didn’t quite love it enough to give it 5 solid stars. Believe me when I say that I am conflicted and disappointed not being able to give it 5 stars because it has such strong characters and a suspenseful plot, but once we find out the killer and Zack i [...]

    26. Now my review is going to be biased, as I love JMN and it's because of her I fell in love with romance and "Perfect" was just perfection.I absolutely love backstories which establish how the characters were molded, and this book has a great introduction to both Zack and Julie.Zack was born into a privileged family, when a disgruntled grandmother disowns him due to his resemblance to her cheating grandfather. He works hard to become a successful movie actor and director, when one day he finds his [...]

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