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  1. Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...) Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...) says:

    I read the first book in the series Perfectly Oblivious and this book back to back because the author's style is different than what I normally read and once I got used to it while reading the first book I knew I needed to stay in the zone for this second one I actually started this book first and put it down after the first chapter because the snarkiness and immature behavior of Ivy and her friend Lilly was too much to take After reading and enjoying Perfectly Oblivious I decided to give this one another try and I'm glad I did Despite the excess sassiness that eventually gets dialed down a bit the characters are great and the details and mannerisms that round them out are creative I loved how Andy's personality was revealed as Ivy got to know him better and their chemistry was awesome His friend Jake and her friend Lilly are funny together and the banter between all four of them was entertaining This would make a great teen movie actually I think it's a book that would be enjoyed by older teens and young adults And not so young adults that enjoy reading in the YA genre ;I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions in this review are my own

  2. Katie W Katie W says:

    45 Stars Sometimes a book transports me right back to my teenage years and this is one of them Do I want to re live my teen years? NO WAY But I honestly had a hard time putting this one downIvy is the type of person who would have totally intimidated me back in the day she's ultra confident and popular When she finds herself one name short for a fundraiser she recruits her art table partner Welltricking Andy into doing it is like it Andy is a great guy who is also intimidating in his own way because he doesn't care at all what people think of him He's comfortable hiding in the shadows and being exactly who he wants to be Ivy and Andy have an easy friendship with a great chemistry I loved watching Andy's personality reveal itself much like peeling the layers of an onion gradually Although Ivy tries to change Andy she learns some life lessons of her ownthe hard way Jake and Lilly their friends are absolutely over the top hilarious and really rounded out the story balancing the hard times with humor I love a story with good solid relationshipsfriendshipsBecause this story does take place during high school there is plenty of drama I'm not a big fan of drama but there is so much to the story than just that The growth change acceptance standing up for yourself romance funny etc moments rise above and make this one a winnerContent see warning in the synopsis moderate romance innuendo some crude talk spicy kissing; mild moderate language not as much as Book 1I received a copy which didn't influence my opinion at all All thoughts are my own

  3. Kelly Kelly says:

    This book is so stinking cute I can’t stand it I grinned pretty much through the whole book I loved it And it had a great message to boot The romance is oh so so sweet The friends fierce loyal and uirkyIvy is my kinda girl She is spunky and loyal She is caring She does have one fault and although she thought she recognized it early on she continued and it hurt her boyfriend I loved how she accepted the calling out on her by her uirky best friend I want a best friend just like LillyAndy is the perfect normal guy He isn’t the class president or a socializer He just is laid back and hangs out with his friends not at parties He is very kind considerate and caring And he is also a romantic at heart His family has money but he doesn’t act like it His best friend is Jake Jake is the class clown and also rich Jake’s twin sister is Sophia Sophia is the evil twin She is definitely the stuck up rich girl after whatever she wantsPerfectly You will keep you reading with a grin on your face to the very end Right now I am going to read the first book in the series because this is the first book by this author I have ever read and I need of her writingIf you like stories with a rich girl who is a witch with a capital B pools romantic dinners close knit families crazy best friends who dress up uirky or who has your back cargo pants baseball hats rich boys who think they are all that and learning lessons than this might be for you It definitely was for me If I could give it 10 stars I would

  4. Aimee (Getting Your Read On) Aimee (Getting Your Read On) says:

    35 rounding upThis is the second book by Robin Daniels that I have read I liked this one better than the first one mostly because the swearing was toned down in this one Still there but not as much There is a content disclosure above if you care about thatIn this YA book the characters are seniors in high school I felt like the author did a good job of making these characters come alive They were fun with distinct personalities and I really liked them even when they made mistakes It all felt very high school ish with the drama to go with it The younger YA crowd will eat this one upIt was easy to fall into this book The dialogue is fun and the book moves along at a great speed I read through this story uickly and ended with a smile

  5. Kathy Kathy says:

    I was in the mood for a light fun high school romance This was a great choice This is the second of Robin's books that I have read and I thoroughly enjoy the humor and fun she brings to the pages of her stories She captures the fun and feelings of what teenage like was life Content Mild language

  6. Lissa Hawley Lissa Hawley says:

    Even better than the first book So cute

  7. ضحى الحداد ضحى الحداد says:

    15 starsIt's really hard to believe that Perfectly Oblivious and this book came from the same author like they are the total opposite of each other I didn't connect with the story whatsoever and it was boring like crazy nothing was happening and Andy is such a pain on the neck I didn't like him one bit so disappointed in this book to be honest

  8. Donna Donna says:

    PerfectNever judge a book by its cover? Beauty is skin deep but ugly goes to the bone? No matter the cliche it still makes for a great story

  9. Nath Nath says:

    355 C

  10. Mo Mo says:

    Perfectly YouThis book was not as good as the first book in this series It took me over a week to finish because I wasn't invested in the characters Jake was SO kewl He was written well If this book wasn't free I would be irritated 30 stars at the most

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Perfectly You (Perfect #2) [Read] ➲ Perfectly You (Perfect #2) ➮ Robin Daniels – Ivy Nixon is the student body Vice President at Franklin High School Each year the school holds a date auction to raise funds for the senior class graduation party and this year Ivy’s in charge Plan Ivy Nixon is the student body Vice President at Franklin High School Each year the school holds a date auction to raise funds for the senior class graduation party and this year Ivy’s in charge Planning the event is a huge task and Ivy is determined to prove she can get the job done right Unfortunately she’s still one participant short and her deadline is looming Andy Walker her cute but socially reclusive art class table mate is her last resort He may not be popular but he’s funny talented and full of surprises With a makeover and some major social marketing Ivy is sure he could fetch a decent price at the auction Andy reluctantly agrees to help but the time Ivy spends with him the her feelings shift from professional to romantic in nature To top it off she’s done her marketing so well that other girls are starting to notice Andy too Come auction time will Ivy be able to let him go to the highest bidder Or will she find a way to keep him for herself Content Description This is a stand alone YA contemporary romance with companion novels set at the same high school It contains minor language innuendo and crude humor some steamy kissing a party scene where underage drinking is taking place and a brief but tasteful conversation about sex The author has attempted to write characters who make good choices in uestionable situations in effort to keep the content appropriate for teens This book contains no sex written or implied and no explicit language Recommended for ages and up.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 326 pages
  • Perfectly You (Perfect #2)
  • Robin Daniels
  • 09 April 2016

About the Author: Robin Daniels

The most important thing to know about me is that I'm basically a sixteen year old trapped in an adult's body It's why I feel such a great connection to all of my characters and why I love to write romantic comedy The kid in me just wants to be goofy Besides being a writer; I'm a wife mother of five volleyball enthusiast and home decorating guru My list of favorites includes reading Christ.