Perfectly Reasonable is Book 2 in the Perfectly series by Linda O’ Connor, neatly sandwiched between Perfectly Honest (book 1) and Perfectly Planned (book 3).
Trace is preparing for the important exams to get into medical school and his plan is to do up his apartment in Feng Shui for some added help. Not a bad plan actually.
Margot comes highly recommended. Plus she’s already a doctor, so she knows about those entrance tests. She is currently taking a hiatus from medicine to do some balancing and focusing of her own–by painting.
Naturally Trace is keen to have Margot help him with beyond a new paint job. Her practical expertise would be invaluable. It all seems perfectly reasonable–so far.
Margot has a secret. The reason she stepped away from medicine is due to what she perceives as a personal failure that led to the death of one of her patients—Trace’s grandfather. If he were to ever find out she was the doctor, doubtlessly he would hate her forever. And she’s already developing some strong feelings for him– and him for her. And it’s perfectly reasonable they can’t help but fall into a romance.
Then an emergency happens, that forces them apart. Feng Shui won’t help as they both have to deal with their own problems. Is it perfectly reasonable to think there can be a happy ending for Margot and race? Just how powerful is the Feng Shui magic?
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This book read at a fast pace with believable scenes and deep characters. While I read it as a middle, stand alone book, reading all three would be my recommendation. They would make for the perfect accompaniment for each other.