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Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. Like how her father has knocked up his twenty-four- year old girlfriend. Like darkly handsome bad boy Doug taunting her at school. Did she go parking with Brandon, like she planned?
I can really relate to her. Poet souls, I like to say. But anyway, I like Harper, I feel for her, and I can relate to her situation. Brody is a wonderful male protagonist. One of the huge reasons why I loved this book? Harper is a lot like me… and Brody is a lot like This Guy… and my personal romantic life parallels that of this book, a lot. Same deal. Quiet, smart girl falls for popular, hot, athletic, player jock. Harper doesn't always believe that she is good enough to be with Brody, that he wants to be with her.
I like this portrayal of self-doubt. I feel the same self-doubt, though I shouldn't. Difference is, Harper got her happy ending. Me… currently not happy. Or ending. So anyway. Harper had a crush on Brody before the superlatives, but Brody slowly falls for her, and she really fell for him, for real.
I love watching her slowly trust herself with him, and him slowly go after her. Very well-written, in my opinion. For most of the book, both of them are with their respective significant others sort of. So, that was an interesting thing to see play out in the story.
Overall, I really liked the book. There is more to the book than romance and relationships and whatnot, but the romance was something that really struck me especially since it mirrors my own romantic life so well. What I Did Not Like: Also, I wanted more physical scenes from Harper and Brody.
There are like, two, total. Would I Recommend It: The way she writes romance is so great! And her stories is very relatable, very authentic. More like 4.
I LOVE this book. It made me sad and happy and wishful and hopeful. Maybe we can all have a happy ending. Aug 26, Marla Mei rated it did not like it Shelves: I'm so sorry but I tried. I tried so hard that I even hated myself for still bothering. This book is nothing but pure shallowness. There's cheating. Two main characters who don't feel even an ounce of remorse over their actions.
Stupid dialogues and dumb decisions. Need I say more? I'll finish this review later after I nurse the headache this book just gave me.
Jul 14, Gisbelle rated it really liked it Shelves: Single Harper Davis Writing: First Person Past Tense Setting: Florida Genre: My guess is mainly because of the main character. Back in book 1, I didn't like Tia and reading about her was really infuriating.
Harper was almost the exact opposite of Tia, so it wasn't hard for me to like her. As this book is basically a companion book, it can be read as a standalone. However, some characters from the first book do make appearances in this book as well. Some plots were a little on the steamy side which I think might not be suitable for readers younger than 15 year of age.
In this book, it all started with Harper being pair with Brody as the "Perfect Couple that Never Was" because they both are dating someone else. Because of the vote, Harper begins to have a feeling for Brody. The storyline was really well thought out because even the book was light and fluffy, there were done in a way that it wasn't too sweet and cute that I couldn't stomach.
The plot twist was surprising and I totally didn't think of that, but it made complete sense when it did happen. The whole way through, the book kept me engaged with both the story and the characters, and I have to say Tia was a little more likable in this book. The writing was smooth and hilarious. There were so many times I couldn't help but laugh, mostly because of Sawyer, and I cannot wait to read Most Likely to Succeed!!!
Dammit, if I didn't love this boy. Back to this book, I loved that it was a quick it and the ending added a nice touch to the whole story. In short, I really had a blast from reading this book. Like I said before, I have had a few hits and misses when it comes to Jennifer Echols books, and this one was definitely a hit.
Those who love reading sweet and fluffy contemporary high school romance will love this one. View all 4 comments. Dec 11, Katie Kitkatscanread rated it it was amazing.
Received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book. It is my true opinion only. Jennifer Echols had done it again! I just adore her writing style. She never ceases to amaze me. After being in a reading slump, this book helped to get out of it. It is light a fluffy and full of so many addictive situations. I loved the first book so was excited to read this one.
It is a companion novel, so you don't have to read the first book. But Received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. But I totally recommend that you do as it is awesome. I need to read all of Jennifer's books now!! Full review: Dec 01, Paula M. My excitement for Sawyer's book is over the top. Let's not talk about this one though, I'm not happy. Feb 12, Beth rated it it was ok Shelves: Harper's voice just never worked for me.
It's overly self-conscious and info-dumpy, but not in a way that resolves itself into a unique voice. And I kept comparing the relationship because of the football, I think to Kasie West, which means I kept finding Perfect Couple lacking. I suppose it's because relationships typically work better for me when they're folded into a bigger story; when they're the center focus, there's so much more to pick apart.
Harper's voice. Her ideas about relationship Harper's voice just never worked for me. Her ideas about relationships.
Her trauma about her parents, which is positioned as pivotal but feels peripheral. Her friendships with people who don't feel like friends - how did they get to know each other, and why do they like each other? This is supposed to be the story of Harper finding herself, but it falls flat because all the many aspects of Harper never gel to form a complete character.
Perfect Couple feels like the book you'd write if you could take what you've overheard about teenagers - how they dress, what they talk about - combine it with what you remember about being a teenager, put it all into a blender, and hit puree. I think that's where Brody came from, too: Which is what all fiction is, right?
And yet sometimes, you get characters who bypass perception and take up residence right next door. Harper and Brody don't do that. Disappointingly, they stay ink and paper and barely-gelled ideas. Perfect Couple was my first read of and I'm glad I started off the year with a fun and cute story. I'm new-ish to this author, having just read Such a Rush love! I really love how she realistically portrays teenagers, flaws and all. After really liking Biggest Flirts, I was excited to continue the series.
Yearbook photographer Harper and football player Brody, are the last two people anyone would expect to be a couple. Much less a perfect couple. But that's wh Perfect Couple was my first read of and I'm glad I started off the year with a fun and cute story.
But that's what they are voted for by their class for their class Superlatives: Perfect Couple That Never Was. This messes with Harper's head.
Who thinks they make a good couple and why? Especially if they have nothing in common. Especially since she has a boyfriend and he has a girlfriend. But since the Superlatives were announced, Harper and Brody have developed this flirty and sometimes awkward friendship and soon they are looking for any excuse to spend time together.
I did have a few issues with this book. I didn't like the fact that Harper felt like she needed a makeover in order to get Brody's attention. I mean, I understand why she would feel like this. But I really liked her style and kind of wish she found a way to keep some of that in the new Harper. Actually, I didn't see why there even had to be a new Harper since she was already a catch. I did like that Brody told her that he liked her with her glasses on because contacts doesn't have to mean prettier.
And yes, Harper had a boyfriend and although Brody wasn't technically with someone, he didn't exactly make that clear. It was obvious that Harper didn't even like her boyfriend, he was such a douche. I didn't understand why she stayed with him just because she thought there was no chance for her and Brody. I especially didn't understand why she stayed with him when she started kissing Brody.
But, I get it, teens make stupid mistakes. I found it weird that view spoiler [ Harper was so hurt when she thought Brody was hooking up with his ex again, especially because a she has NO proof and b out of everyone here, she was the only one who cheated. I thought it was odd that she didn't trust him when really, he did nothing wrong. But she did. Even if I wanted to shake some sense into the characters a few times.
Although I liked Biggest Flirts better and Such a Rush is still my favorite book of hers one of my favorite books , I still really enjoyed Perfect Couple. I do think that this book might not be for everyone though. I loved seeing Tia and Will and I think the next book will be my favorite.
There is something about the goofy and adorable Sawyer. I hope Kaye's boyfriend isn't an issue for long though.
I was so tempted to start reading Most Likely To Succeed after this, but I'm trying to be good and work my way through closer-release books first. I'm excited to read the next book!
Dec 16, Jasprit rated it really liked it Shelves: Brody was the famous high school qu 4. It was fun watching Harper realise and think about this more and more, what started off as innocent thoughts about Brody, listening to people tell her comments that Brody had made about her to actually changing things and wanting Brody was something Echols wrote in really well.
Let me tell you the scenes that Harper and Brody shared were off the charts hot! It was clear to anyone that if Harper and Brody gave their relationship a go and ignored all the road bumps along the way, they could be the perfect couple. I had a few minor issues with a couple of spanners that were thrown in the works and the way certain characters decided to deal with the situation, but I think in the long run these were quite good for the growth of our characters.
They once again went to show just how good friends they could be when Harper needed them the most and as usual Sawyer had me in hysterics on many occasions. This review can be found on: The Readers Den Jul 08, Mlpmom Book Reviewer rated it really liked it Shelves: I had so much fun with the first book in the series that there was just no way I could pass up the chance to read the second and get even more of the characters I had fun with in the first.
And even though I got this book months in advance of the release date, I couldn't help but start it right away. I think I very well might have liked this even more than the first, I might have liked Brody and Harper's story more than Tia and Will's but don't tell them that.
This really is a cute feel good s I had so much fun with the first book in the series that there was just no way I could pass up the chance to read the second and get even more of the characters I had fun with in the first.
This really is a cute feel good series that is so perfect for those hard and dark dystopian or UF reads. When you just need something light and smile inducing to put you back on track and ready for whatever read comes next afterward. My only complaint believe it or not, is that I actually wanted more Sawyer.
I loved him in the first book and loved him even more in this one. This was definitely better than the first one. I liked Harper and Brody. They were very likeable and even though they occasionally did stupid stuff it was overall a sweet and romantic love story. I really love them as a couple and they totally deserve to be together.
I also really enjoyed the interactions we had with Harper's whole family. It was great to see their relationships and Harper dealing with that as well as Brody. Swayer is once again a great side character whose really a diamond in t This was definitely better than the first one. Swayer is once again a great side character whose really a diamond in the rough.
I know his story is going to be interesting because he has a lot to overcome overall but I'm excited to get to it. It just goes to show that you can never say never to continuing a series. I am writing this review in a library right now where I planned to return the whole series but I stayed up all night and read this book in 24 hrs and now I'm keeping the third book to finish it all. Good read. Really awesome. I think I would give this a 4 because I really did enjoy how flirty it was and now that I've finished the third book going to write review just now I hate to do this.
I didn't like this book. At all. I've been a fan of Jennifer Echols pretty much since I started reading ya. I read Biggest Flirt when it came out. I didn't like it that much so I decided to skip the rest of the trilogy.
A friend of mine recently read Perfect Couple and loved it so I had to give it a try. Let's just say it didn't go so well. Harper spying on Brody was a huge no-no for me. She would take pictures of him all the time. I think that's extremely creepy. I don't care I hate to do this.
I don't care she's really into photography. Stalking is messed up. Cheating was another thing which bothered me a lot. Just because the boyfriend's a bore doesn't mean you're free to fool around with the known ladies man! Take note girls! That's not the way to go!
Just break up! I was never cheated on but if something like that happened to me I would dump the person without a second thought. It's more like 3. Loved the main ship a whole bunch and they are ridiculously cute together.
Plus swoony kissing , you guys!!! I didn't connect with the MC, to be honest, and the book was often over dramatic, but regardless, still enjoyable. Echols doesn't shy away from sex talk and sexier themes which is good seeing as it's YA and teenagers aren't oblivious to these things after all.
It also has different races when it comes to characters and LGBT themes which is very appreciated. Full review to come. It's been quite a while since I did any reading, much less any reading of ya novels.
It's been forever since I read a book that fast. I don't really remember the first one, but I got enough back through context. Feb 12, Hazel Stay Bookish rated it liked it Shelves: Visit Stay Bookish for more book reviews! If someone ever elected me as Perfect Couple That Never Was with one of the hottest, most popular guys in school, I would have been so self-conscious around this person and would probably have developed a slight obsession. And that was the case with Harper too, who garnered the superlative with none other than Brody Larson, star quarterback.
As they get to know each other a little better, their superlative title starts feeling less like a class prank and Visit Stay Bookish for more book reviews! As they get to know each other a little better, their superlative title starts feeling less like a class prank and more… right. I was so excited to get to know her in Perfect Couple!
We get to know her pretty well, in fact, and learn about how she cares too much about how everything looks a very relatable flaw, I think and though I connected with her more often than not most especially when she was in photographer mode , I disconnected when she was making really bad decisions and being quite the pushover. I feel like the story really could have done better off without her asshole boyfriend, Kennedy.
Speaking of, I feel like the book is sprinkled with moments- laugh out loud and swoony ones that ultimately just made me like the book, despite several misgivings. We read about Will and Tia and their now almost serious relationship! It just looks kind of blank to me, not pretty. I nodded. Dec 08, Eileen BookCatPin rated it really liked it. It sounded fun and I was right. I have to say the synopsis was a little bit misleading for where the story went however, I still really enjoyed Perfect Couple!
The cheesy parts, the frustrating times and the cute moments were all done just right! Harper's a good girl. She's usually quiet and keeps her thoughts and comments to herself. When her graduating class paired her up with the popular quarterback, Brody, for the Perfect Couple That Never Was title, she couldn't believe it. She's had such a crush on him for a long time and because of this title, they were brought closer together.
I was particularly surprised view spoiler [when she let him touch her hide spoiler ].
Those heated moments were quite positive though as Harper was in control at all times. She knew her limits and she voices it.
I also really admire Harper's love for photography. She took her yearbook photographer duties very seriously. It was encouraging to see how passionate she was doing what she loves. I was really hesitant to get on Brody's side because sometimes he acted just a little too casual for my taste.
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I was getting mixed signals from him. He shared his fears and private thoughts with Harper but then ends up doing something that hurt her. Did he want to be serious with her or not? He definitely had issues but I did positively love him when he let Harper know view spoiler [he wanted her but respects her wishes and will never pressure her into doing anything hide spoiler ].
There is cheating in this story but I'm conflicted on how I feel about it. I felt like it was acceptable please don't boo me. The line between dating and being in a relationship is blurry. Some people would argue that Brody was in a relationship with Grace whereas I would say I understand they were just doing casual dating.
With Harper's situation, I hated the way Kennedy pushed her around.
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Such an unhealthy relationship if you can even call it one. I can't say I felt bad when Harper view spoiler [finally told him to hit the road hide spoiler ]. Brody was definitely the better choice. I just want to point out that Harper's mom was weird. I understand she was insecure because of her rocky relationship with her husband but what kind of a mother discourages her daughter to go to college? Especially when her daughter's very talented?!
So odd. I couldn't fathom that. Even Harper's grandfather had a good reason for his weird behaviour. There was a brilliant twist at the end which I didn't see coming but I loved! It made perfect sense. Feelings are hard to get rid of and when it's right, it's right. Don't let something as silly as a high school poll stand in the way of your happiness! Seriously, you find it, you keep it!
View all 9 comments. Jul 08, nick rated it really liked it Shelves: I really enjoyed the characters and the romance was very sweet. Knowing that Perfect Couple would feature Harper and Brody as main characters, I was beyond thrilled. While I wasn't wowed with this one as much as I was with Biggest Flirts, I still thought this was a fun and entertaining read, perfect for a nice lazy summer day at the beach.
Harper was the shy, quiet girl in her high school. But she wanted to real 3. But she wanted to really break out from the stereotype surrounding her. It was easy to really enjoy Harper's character. She wasn't entirely memorable, but I liked that she was a "normal" girl who readers could identify with. I think most of us bookish nerds will relate to her and her story. Brody was the opposite of Harper.
He was popular, an athlete and had all the girls swooning over him. I really liked Brody too although there were times I had a hard time grasping his actions. I really wanted to know what was going on inside that head of is. Because of that, I would have loved to have been privy to his thoughts in addition to Harper's to feel connected to him.
As much as I liked the characters in Perfect Couple, I also had some issues with them.
I got that they were teenagers and teenagers are always "experimenting" and still growing up, but some of the decisions that Harper and Brody made had me shaking my head in frustration. I tried to remember what I was like at that age and it wasn't too long ago , but I still don't think I would do what they did. That being said, I though Brody and Harper had some great chemistry together. Sparks would fly off the pages when they were together.
I have to say though that I didn't enjoy the romance as much as I did in Biggest Flirts. I think I would have liked it much better had they ditched their significant others early on in the book, because I'm usually uncomfortable with cheating in books.
What I did love about Perfect Couple was the cast of secondary characters. I love all of them, but my favorite has to be Sawyer. He was such a crazy goofball and it was so cute how he would pine over Kaye from afar.
I honestly can't wait to read his book next. I can tell that his book is going to be my favorite because I'm already a huge of Sawyer. I also loved that we got to see Tia and Will. Tia, continued to remain that sassy girl that she was and I was glad that she was there to be a good friend to Harper and lead towards the right road.
I loved how the characters in this book were all different and had these unique personalities that really stuck with me. In addition, I liked how Jennifer Echols didn't rely on high school stereotypes in this book. It's refreshing not to have to encounter the typical mean girls and such.
Overall, Perfect Couple was a fun read and even though I had some minor issues, this was definitely a book I recommend to fans of cute YA contemporaries. Dec 13, maisha rated it it was ok Shelves: Books like this is one of the precise reasons that I normally don't read contemporary.
So basically this book is about Harper, the main character and how her class elected her and Brody, the star quarterback, as "The Perfect Couple That Never Was. Of course. The characters annoyed me. A lot. One of the most important things about a book for me would probably be the characters. If I don't like the characters, chances are I'll like the book less. Harper annoyed me to the point that I was rolling my eyes at almost everything she said and did.
Let me just list out all the things that she did that annoyed me. Brody annoyed me too, so I'll just make another list. I really don't have to explain anything. There was no character development.
I was hoping that the characters would get better as the story progressed, but no such luck. They were supposed to be seniors in high school, but the decisions they made were childish. They made one stupid decision after the other , almost to the point where I felt like tearing my hair out in frustration!
That says a lot. The characters were impulsive, childish, and bratty from the beginning to the end. This book was definitely not my cup of tea, but I still plan on reading the rest of the series because they're all from the point of view of different characters and hopefully, I'll like them much better than I liked Harper and Brody.
Ladies and gents, this is exactly why I prefer not to read contemporaries. Kasie West is a shining star, but Echols is not. I had so many problems with this book you can't even imagine The characters They are shallow and so unrealistic and stupid no offense.
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