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A sports publicist gets the chance to prove herself while working with an interesting client.
Waverly Bryson has a promising career and an itch to get married. After getting dumped, ickWaverly decides she will move on with being single. She dives into her work and lands a big client. She is humbled by the opportunity and doesn’t even throw it in her rival’s face. The client proves to be a challenge as Waverly must keep business and personal separate.
I loved the Waverly Bryson character. She is funny, quirky but still a typical female who falls for the wrong guys. My favorite part of her story is the “honey notes” she writes that are full of humor and provides a little advice. They are a great highlight throughout the book. Perfect on Paper also shares a glimpse of the public relations industry but doesn’t let it overpower the book. I look forward to reading more about this character.