Review of The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton


Thank you so much to Harlequin Graydon Books and NetGalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

Holy psycho woman. This book instantly hooked me and didn’t let go until the last page. The craziness, the plot, the writing style and characters, everything was meshed perfectly together into this great book.

When Juliette’s (formerly Elizabeth or Lily) boyfriend that she’s wildly in love with and obsessed with breaks it off and tells her she has to move out she doesn’t take it nicely. Her now ex, Nate, is a pilot so she decides to become a flight attendant as a start to a way to get him back. Trying to show him how much she’s changed and grown up she starts immersing herself back into his life, including visiting his house when she knows he’s away on flights.

Determined to make Nate hers once again she does everything within her power to ensure he will never leave her again. Even if she has to permanently remove some people along the way.

I was immediately drawn into this story from the first paragraph. I feel like Juliette suffering such a great loss as a child played a huge factor in how she perceives relationships and how she can’t let go of someone. Her character honestly blew me away with how crazy she was and the lengths she was willing to go to get her love back. More than once I felt really bad for her but I also felt bad for the people that had to deal with her crazy antics.

I felt like this book ended with a cliffhanger and now I’m dying to know what happened next. What happened after Nate walked into his house and found that Juliette was there again? I sincerely hope the author has plans for a sequel to this because I’m so curious to know what happens between the two of them and if Juliette gets caught for what she did.

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