Scars from her first love and the reckless lifestyle of her parents force Ember Harris to chart a new course. She favors practicality over spontaneity and rules over a broken heart.
An encounter with a musician at a local pub forces Ember into making a decision to let go or hold on for dear life as passions are unlocked and deceptions revealed.
Ten Days of Perfect is a classic story of love at first sight or at least instant attraction, closely followed by love. Not being a full believer of love at first sight, I had a bit of a time believing the immediate comfortability between the two characters. But it didn’t keep this from being an enjoyable story that kept me guessing.
November Harris is a very independent, smart woman. Several years ago, she experienced heart break and has decided to avoid any more. In an attempt to protect her heart, she is simply not interested in a serious relationship. That all changes when she meets Bo at a local bar. Bo is a smoking hot musician, playing for the bar. When November climbs up on stage for karaoke time, their musical chemistry seals the deal and their whirlwind relationship begins.
There is such an attraction between November and Bo, that they each fall fast. So fast, that getting to know one another get pushed aside. And they discover that there is a connection between them that makes things a bit more difficult. Still, their feelings are so strong that they decide to risk it.
As the few days of their relationship progress, exes along with secrets are discovered that could ruin everything. Can such a short relationship have the type of trust needed sustain the obstacles that approach?
While I really did enjoy this story, I never fully connected with the characters. Maybe it was my inability to fully believe the situation. Not that I’m saying that I don’t think quick love can happen. But, I am saying that November and Bo seemed to get a little too comfortable with each other so fast. Within a couple of days, they talked to one another with the comfortability of several years. It was just hard for me to really feel their connection at that level.
One thing that I loved was how the introduction played into the rest of the story. Very quickly I thought I knew how it would play in. But, then I started to second guess myself. Eventually, I was going back and forth with my prediction until it was finally revealed.
I really liked the characters, especially the supporting characters. I do have a few reservations with this one. But, to be honest, I think it is my own downfalls that possibly kept me from fully connecting. I would recommend this for those that like tumultuous love at first sight storylines.