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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite
No Perfect Couple is the third book in The Imperfection Series by D.D. Lorenzo, a contemporary romance with powerful hints of suspense. A young widower, Carter Sinclair doesn’t think much about love. He is absorbed by his work as the CEO of MarSin Falcon Security. But everything changes with a visit from his brother's friend, Aimee Vincent who is carving quite a reputation in the fashion industry. She has quickly become the one in the spotlight. When she meets Carter, she’s unable to avoid the pain in his soul. She wants to know what defines the sadness that is subtly emanating from him. It is something that pulls her to him, makes her want to protect him, but does he feel the same attraction for her?
A gorgeous treat for fans of contemporary romance, No Perfect Couple features two characters that are richly developed. Both Carter and Aimee are good at what they do. They love what they do. While Carter’s work is an escape from the void he feels within him, Aimee harbors the pain of not having a family of her own. Both are broken somehow. Both are genuinely flawed and the author uses their flaws to make them real and to deepen the psychological conflict that is present in the narrative. D.D. Lorenzo’s prose is fluid and the short and crisp sentences enrich the reading experience. This is a story that appeals to the heart and that explores the challenges of daring to love. No Perfect Couple is well-plotted, skillfully written, and features characters that are memorable.