[KINDLE] ❆ Perfecting Kate By Tamara Leigh – Playutopia.us

Perfecting Kate Kate S Creed Thou Shalt Embrace Singledom And Be Unbelievably, Inconceivably Happy.YEAH, RIGHT.Kate Meadows Is A Successful San Francisco Artist Looking For A Nice, Solid Christian Man So When Not One, But Two Handsome Bachelors Enter Her Orbit In Rapid Succession, Her Head Is Spinning Just A Bit Michael Palmier Is A Hunky And Famous Makeup Artist Who Actually Seems To Be Flirting With Her Rather Than Her Physically Flawless Housemate, Maia Trouble Is, He Keeps Handing Her Business Cards From Various Beauty Professionals And Plastic Surgeons Is He Trying To Stamp Out Every Last Bit Of Self Esteem She Has Then There S Dr Clive Alexander, Good Looking Enough To Be Mistaken For Brad Pitt, Who Sends Kate S Pulse Skittering Every Time He Comes Near Too Bad He S Only Interested In Her Work And Doesn T Think She S Much To Look At It S Enough To Send A Girl Running For Her Paint Splattered, Relaxed Fit Jeans And Swearing Off Men Altogether But After Undergoing A Makeover From Michael S Staff, Kate Can T Be Oblivious To The Admiring Glances Men Throw Her Way Maybe She Should Try Contacts Consider Some Fancy Dental Work And You Know, That Mole Really Could Stand To Go The Question Now Is, What Kind Of Work Will Kate Do On Herself And Who Exactly Is She Trying To Please

[KINDLE] ❆ Perfecting Kate  By Tamara Leigh – Playutopia.us
  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • Perfecting Kate
  • Tamara Leigh
  • English
  • 06 February 2018
  • 9781590529270

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❆ Perfecting Kate By Tamara Leigh – Playutopia.us

  1. says:

    I love Tamara Leigh Her stories always grab me from the first page and never let go I am always a little sad when I finish one of her books because I want I am SO enjoying the Head over Heels series When I started listening to Perfecting Kate, I thought it might be easy to predict what was going to happen I was totally wrong Tamara always adds such depth to what you might think is just a light and fun story There s always a point when I think, How is she ever going to make this right She always comes through, and it s always so believable I think if her characters were real, t...

  2. says:

    This was a good read but no surprise considering who wrote it.

  3. says:

    This book was so realistic it was scary I m not sure I ve ever read a chick flick, rom com, contemporary Christian book that seemed so real For that matter, I don t think I ve read a book period that was this real.It was really real Anyway, the heroine was, of course, relateable on so many levels except where she kept making flippant promises and then breaking them Why The hero was both romantic and also realistic, somehow All the other characters were extremely , but in a real life sort of way noticing a pattern here.This book was also very emotional Not just the laugh out loud moments and swoony bits, but also seeing what all these broken peeps have...

  4. says:

    I loved it Hilarious and sweet with a ending that made me smile softly opposed to the grins I had shown prior.

  5. says:

    If you think a person who s 5 3 tall and weighs 134 pounds is fat and that anything less than fitted or form hugging clothing is frumpy, then this is the book for you Everyone else is likely to want to shake some sense into Kate or feel bad about themselves since she s medically the ideal weight and apparently wore non baggy but comfortable, modest clothing before she started thinking it made her look ugly One of the unique bits about this novel, though, is that rather than handling her dissatisfaction by unhealthy eating habits, Kate got into a spin of temptation to have operations to fix the perceived problems.Kate was an unreliable narrator in that she often lied, even to herself Her actions spoke truer than her words and thoughts I did like her and the other characters, and they mostly came across as realistic However, I felt it unrealistic that all but one male in this novel criticized her as being fat, for wearing glasses, etc., while only her female landlord commented negatively about her appearance In my experience, men are generally happy with women who are comfortable with how they look whereas women are the ones constantly talking about their weight, what they wear, how they look, etc I also couldn t understand why she called these men friends when all they did was tear her down.Anyway The novel was well written it had good pacing, good world building, and was interesting I m just not the target audience I did like ...

  6. says:

    It probably goes without saying, since this is a book by Tamara Leigh, but I loved this one What a great story of learning to not only accept, but love the person God created you to be, flaws and all.Loved Clive again, a given, considering he s a male main character by Ms Leigh I really enjoyed their love storyand their individual stories of finding healing throu...

  7. says:

    Even though this one was a tiny bit corny at points, I gave it five stars because I was so refreshed to find a novel with positive Christian themes instead of the serial killers quoting scripture all the time per the recent fiction trend I stumbled onto ...

  8. says:

    Leigh, really took her time on this At times the story seemed to take to long to where it was getting but I really liked the insight and the concept behind Kate s journey overall I also really enjoyed her prayer journal and am cons...

  9. says:

    Operation Perfect Faith Badly in need of a spiritual makeover PS With the exception of breast reduction, cosmetic surgery is out I ve purged my purse Please help me remember that it s important how I m seen through Your eyes than the eyes of those who focus on the external and pick at my imperfections Help me to embrace 1 Peter 3 3 4 Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as braided hair and the wearing of gold jewelry and fine clothes Instead, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God s sight Tall order Kate has to learn to trust God in everything Fixing her looks and trying to change herself to please others hasn t made her happy and has even ruined some relationships Kate, unable to bear children, a little on the plump side, feels as though she will never be enough and that she will never find the right man A man who shares her faith and would be ha...

  10. says:

    I liked this novel, but I had trouble with some of the main character s, Kate, being so receptive of what others would tell her how she needed to improve upon her physical appearance especially, one of her boyfriends that from the beginning was only about making her perfect The other issue I have is that the novel from the beginning said how fat ugly she was but from the physical description of height and weight, she really wasn t I have to question the author s further perpetuating the Hollywood stereotype of the perfect female Having said that, the voice of Kate was thoroughly enjoyable, and I really liked reading this first person narrative and always being in Kate s head The pacing of the novel was just right, and the HEA was satisfying The character arc of Kate was a nice journey to read, and I do like the Christian theme of this novel If you re not so sensitive about body image and enjoy Christian fiction novels, I do recommend thi...

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