- By Jillian Hart

Her Perfect Man

  • Title: Her Perfect Man
  • Author: Jillian Hart
  • ISBN: 9780373874910
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Paperback
  • Her Perfect Man New neighbor Chad Lawson seems too perfect At least to Rebecca McKaslin who s been burned by a Prince Charming type before Worried her loving family supports her time out from romance Yet as Rebecc

    New neighbor Chad Lawson seems too perfect At least to Rebecca McKaslin, who s been burned by a Prince Charming type before Worried, her loving family supports her time out from romance Yet, as Rebecca gets to know her handsome, churchgoing neighbor, his reliable, friendly nature challenges her resistance to relationships Soon, she wonders if God put him in her life foNew neighbor Chad Lawson seems too perfect At least to Rebecca McKaslin, who s been burned by a Prince Charming type before Worried, her loving family supports her time out from romance Yet, as Rebecca gets to know her handsome, churchgoing neighbor, his reliable, friendly nature challenges her resistance to relationships Soon, she wonders if God put him in her life for a reason Should she accept this rare gift and risk her heart again

    1 thought on “Her Perfect Man

    1. I had t0 find a book in the category of "A book I'd never read" so I chose a "Romance Novel". I read this and I will never read another Romance Novel again. My apologies to the author -but this book was trite and boring.

    2. Whereas in the last book of this series, we had seen Danielle throughout each of the previous books, I feel like Rebecca wasn't mentioned nearly as often, so I was glad to get a chance to know her through this book. I definitely identified with her: especially being afraid to let anyone (even her sisters!) get too close for fear of being hurt. I'm glad that she was able to face that fear with God's help and was able to accept the wonderful plans He had for her!3.5 stars

    3. This is Rebecca's story, and I enjoyed reading it. There did not seem to be as much for Rebecca to overcome as some of the previous McKaslin clan seemed to deal with, and I think Chad's story could have been expanded a little bit, but it was still a great, enjoyable, quick read, and a very sweet, clean romance.

    4. Rebecca McKaslin is the subject of this novel. It's an entertaining story, but the plot is extremely familiar having red the previous 15 books.

    5. another quick, easy, lite readcould have gone more into depth on the pasts of the main character, tho

    6. This book was good for reading when you dont want to waste many brain cells. The plot is simple-ish, the characters typical, and the ending, predictable. A nice book.

    7. I really like Jillian Hart and love the McKaslin series but this book was not as good as I was hoping it to be. It just wasn't up to par with the other books.

    8. Rebecca McKaslin meets Chad Lawson when he moves in next door with his friend Ephraim. Will he be like her last boyfriend Chris?

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