A tour de force novel about a troubled marriage and the one old forgotten promise that might be able to save it. Read my review of All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover.
Book Review: All Your Perfects
Trigger Warning – this book contains sensitive topics that may be difficult for some readers.
This book was amazing. It was totally and absolutely fabulous from cover to cover. I love Colleen Hoover, she’s one of my favorite authors, and there hasn’t been a book of hers that I don’t love. This book is no exception.
In the opening chapter, we meet Quinn and Graham on arguably one of the worst day of their lives. They meet in a hallway and their lives are forever changed, not just because of their meeting but also because of the circumstances under which they meet.
The story is told from alternating past and present viewpoints. The “then” chapters focus on how they met and fell in love. The “now” chapters focus on just how far away from that love they are.
I’m not generally a big fan of love stories and romance. I’d prefer a dystopian novel any day. But Colleen Hoover just does something in her books that leaves the reader feeling raw and ripped open at the end.
I made the mistake of starting this book at about 1130 pm and never put it down until I was finished. Not the best plan when you have to get up early in the morning.
I rarely, if ever, give a 5-star rating to a book. There’s just always small little things that bug me enough to not give it that fifth star. This book, however, earned that 5th star.
So go pick it up, and grab a box of tissues – I’m not generally a crier at all but there was something about this book that just had me sobbing into my pillow.