Nessa Morgan’s Perfectly Flawed series

Don’t you like it when you decide to take a chance on a book or author that is relatively unknown and you love it?! 🙂

This is what happened to me. I was browsing the free fictional books in the iBooks store and decided to try “Perfectly Flawed”. At that time, it was the only book in the series that had been completed. Luckily for me, I didn’t have to wait long after I had finished the first book, for the next one be released. This time for a small fee that I was more than willing to pay. And now, I wait along with many others for the next two books in the series to come out, which will be some time early next year.

I don’t know if I can call it a guilty pleasure as I don’t particularly feel guilty about it, but I do enjoy reading books aimed for teenagers or written about teenagers. These books fit in to this category. The only complaint I have about the books are that there seemed to be a lot of grammatical or typo mistakes. This can make it quite annoying to read. I guess the person editing didn’t check it well enough, or something happened whilst converting the files to make it compatible foe iBooks. However, there has been some updates to the books which I hope corrects these mistakes.

So what is this book about? Well here is the synopsis you will find on the goodreads website for the first book in the series:

I thought I was okay.

I mean, I went through my days just fine, pushing toward a goal I could easily achieve. I had friends that loved me, an aunt who adored me, and everything was just okay.

But what I thought was okay and fine, all of that changed.

The nightmares, well, they started again, throwing me into a pit I couldn’t climb out of, the people at school were spreading and starting rumors faster than I could hear them myself, and I was remembering…

I was remembering everything.

Well, almost everything. Some things wouldn’t come to mind, like why he did it. Why my father killed them, why he tried to kill me? It’s not there. Nowhere near my memory.

But I’m determined to find out.

My name is Joey and this is my story.

Joey Archembault is the typical sixteen-year old Junior. She’s an overachiever by nature, in her school orchestra, and spends most of her time either doing homework or hanging with the boy next door.

Well, typical wouldn’t be the word most would use with her. Freak, psycho, that’s more what’s heard around the school. She can’t help it – it’s not her fault her father killed her mother, brother, and sister nine years ago. Oh, and he tried to kill her as well, she has the scars to prove it. Joey tries to move on as best she can. It’s easy when she can’t remember anything about that night or her life before.

One day, the self-proclaimed heartthrob asks her out. She knows she should tell him no, but when that doesn’t work, and he tricks her into a date by serenading her – twice – things go south, she calls her best friend Zephyr to pick her up, and she once again tries to move on. But it triggers something inside her. It unlocks a vault she never knew existed within her and she can’t stop the memories or the feelings, nor can she even begin to decipher what happened to her years ago. Soon, the puzzle begins to piece together and she begins to understand what really happened that night and why she’s alone. Couple that with a blooming relationship with the boy next door and it’s all a recipe for destruction.

Have any of you read these books or heard of this author? Would love to hear your opinion. 🙂

‘Till next time
P

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