Nobody's Perfect by Dana Hayes

Nobody's Perfect

By Dana Hayes

  • Release Date: 2011-12-14
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 3
From 59 Ratings
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"Life isn't like a romance novel."

For Jenna Lansing, meeting the star of her favorite TV drama is a strange fluke, as well as a thrill. When Kinsey Sutton tells her he’d like to continue seeing her, that’s just icing on the cake. But this relationship faces some big challenges.

For one thing, there’s geography; they live on opposite ends of the country. Can a long-distance romance work? If so, for how long?

For another thing, there’s the matter of what Kinsey does for a living. Jenna has read enough magazine articles about actors’ rocky relationships to know that the odds are not exactly in their favor.

What’s the likelihood of this mismatched pair having a “happily ever after”? Their feelings for each other are not the issue. It’s everything else that threatens to get in the way.

**Nobody’s Perfect is less a traditional romance novel and more of a real-life relationship novel.**


  • nobody's Perfect

    By Sunny O2305
    apparently this is too true at least for the author, the heroine in the book came across as prudish. It is the 21st century and I doubt any woman would not be intimate with a man she cares about and if she is a single mother she would be discrete not a prude.
  • Hmmm

    By Krysyg
    Guess im a romantic fool... Was looking/expecting a different ending...
  • Terrible!

    By Missbuffy70
    This author focused more on the woman's insecurities about herself and not feeling as though she deserved call this a romance??? Absolutely awful! I was beyond pissed at the unhappy ending!
  • Horrible ending!!!!!

    By iPhone lover 2@2
    I thought the end was really bad!! What happened to happily ever after!
  • Give me back the hours lost in reading this drivel!

    By rtokyo
    The title must refer to the comment made by a friend of the author after reading the story, searching desperately for something to say that wouldn't destroy the friendship. This book is a horrible waste of time. A sinking feeling developed after the first few chapters, but I plowed on, thinking that surely, at some point, there must be a turning point; wanting to believe that the treacle-sweet characters would break out of their cloying niceness and show evidence of a spine and a cerebral cortex. Sadly, that point never came: the entire story sank in a swamp of self-absorbed absurd rationalization, and the hours wasted reading it will never be seen again.
  • Disappointing

    By Wyverngirl
    Slow plot that went nowhere in the end. No story arc, no climax (literary or otherwise). Too bad, because the premise started out interesting.
  • Yuck

    By Tlhoo4
    Good thing it was free