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Practice Makes Perfect

By Sarah Adams
Practice Makes Perfect by Sarah Adams digital book - Fable

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A small-town sweetheart and an emotionally unavailable bad boy try to find some common ground in this chemistry-filled romance from the author of The Cheat Sheet and When in Rome.

A POPSUGAR AND CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR


Annie Walker is on a quest to find her perfect match—someone who complements her happy, quiet life running the local flower shop in Rome, Kentucky. But finding her dream man may be harder than Annie imagined. Everyone knows everyone in her hometown, and the dating prospects are getting fewer by the day. After she overhears her latest date say she is “so unbelievably boring,” Annie starts to think the problem might be her. Is it too late to become flirtatious and fun like the leading ladies in her favorite romance movies? Maybe she only needs a little practice . . . and Annie has the perfect person in mind to be her tutor: Will Griffin.

Will—the sexy , tattooed, and absolutely gorgeous bodyguard—is temporarily back in Rome, providing security for Amelia Rose as excitement builds for her upcoming marriage to Noah Walker, Annie’s brother. He has one personal objective while on the job: stay away from Annie Walker and any other possible attachments to this sleepy town. But no sooner than he gets settled, Will finds himself tasked with helping Annie find the love of her life by becoming the next leading lady of Rome, Kentucky. Will wants no part in changing the sweet and lovely Annie. He knows for a fact that some stuffy, straitlaced guy won’t make her happy, but he doesn’t have the heart to say no.

Amid steamy practice dates and strictly “educational” tutoring lessons, Annie discovers there are more layers to Will’s usual stoic attitude. As the lines of their friendship become dangerously blurred, Annie reconsiders her dream guy. Maybe her love life doesn’t need to be perfect—it just needs to be real.

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4383 Reviews

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Smiling Face with Heart-Eyes“Loved so much! So cute & loved the romance! Need to go back and read When In Rome.”
Likable charactersBeautifully writtenEasy to readFast-pacedRealistic setting
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“i’m literally floating right now, this was everything i could wish for and more. their banter made me smile till my cheeks hurt, their honesty warmed my heart more than i’ll be able to express right now (it’s two in the morning), their personalities just wrapped everything together in a tight little bow. i haven’t enjoyed myself like this in a long while. they were beyond believable and loveable as individuals and even more so as a couple. i loved how they progressed, how it wasn’t absolutely predictable and insufferable. this is genuinely one of my favourite reads of the year.”
Believable charactersCharacters change and growLikable charactersFunny writingAddictiveRomantic
“This was such a fun book! I’m a sucker for a good fake dating trope and this one did not disappoint. The main character, Annie, was very relatable to me. While I am not the youngest sibling like she is I very much understand her feeling like she has to act a certain way based on her family’s assumptions of her. I loved her journey of finding her voice and eventually standing up to the rest of her family and letting them know she’s not the image they that have created of her. It was a good follow up to “When in Rome” and I think I even enjoyed it more because of the characters in this one. Overall I had a fun time and would recommend. 4⭐️”
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Likable charactersBeautifully writtenEasy to readFast-pacedRomantic

About Sarah Adams

Sarah Adams is the author of When in Rome and The Cheat Sheet. Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, she loves her family and warm days. Sarah has dreamed of being a writer since she was a girl, but finally wrote her first novel when her daughters were napping and she no longer had any excuses to put it off. Sarah is a coffee addict, a British history nerd, a mom of two daughters, married to her best friend, and an indecisive introvert. Her hope is to write stories that make readers laugh, maybe even cry—but always leave them happier than when they started reading.

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