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The Perfect Life by [Noelle, Erin]
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I had the perfect life.

The perfect husband.
Colin Cassidy—the incredibly talented, extremely gorgeous, and unbelievably humble star NFL quarterback.

The perfect career.
As the recently-appointed executive director for the Boston chapter of Mending Hearts, a child abuse prevention and treatment program, my daily reward was helping to keep vulnerable, innocent children from being preyed upon and destroyed. It’s all I’d wanted to do since I was a teenager.

Perfect city. Perfect car. Perfect house with the perfect view.

From the outside looking in, it was impossible to find a single flaw in my life. I had it all. Everything I’d ever wanted.

But that kind of perfection came at a price.
Demanded the ultimate sacrifice.

What happened when I discovered what I’d been missing all along?
When I began to question if the lies were worth protecting?

What if suddenly the last thing I wanted was to be perfect?

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  • Print Length: 282 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B018W4GP68
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #151,173 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Monroe and Colin Cassidy appear to have the perfect marriage ... the perfect life that the title of Erin Noelle's new standalone alludes to, but don't be deceived. All is not what it seems.

In a masterful bit of storytelling, Erin plays the first couple of chapters straight, leading the reader to assume that they're wading into the mire of a certain kind of story, and then, with just a subtle peek behind the curtain, allowing a different perspective on what has just happened, the whole dynamic of the story changes. While from an outsiders perspective the story may not have changed at all, just that little snippet of a secret that's been diligently kept from the public, everything seems different ... but at what cost?

Before the plot twist in chapter three, this book was interesting and compelling. Clearly a great deal of meticulous research had gone into the worlds the story is set in, and beyond that its well written and infused with sweet, funny and downright quirky moments.

After chapter three though? Everything steps up not just one, but several notches, and it became riveting. The budding romance bubbling along just under the surface for the two main characters, the several subplots each cleverly woven through the main storyline all worked together to keep the narrative rushing, tumbling towards an awful, terrible and wonderful conclusion.

Lastly, I have to mention Ollie.
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We all make sacrifices in life sometimes for yourself & also those around you. So there are quite a few people in this story who do this, as we are confronted with the truth early on in the piece. A perfectly constructed life for some maybe but not for all. This is so true as the years pass & life, love & feelings get in the way. Colin's life is virtually centred on his football, Monroes & Oliver's is Mending Hearts, Seths is his friends. So what happens when their worlds collide? Then we have the basis for this story, a perfectly constructed life unravels.

So your journey begins. It's not overly angsty but yet you feel for the characters, which are very well developed. Oliver is not your usual H, being the nerdy geeky hipster type. Colin seems to be more norm or is he? Monroe while beautiful is damaged. You wanted all of them to have a HEA so you'll need to read it to find out. Lol ❗️ ❓
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not always what it seems... 19 February 2016
By Amber - Published on Amazon.com
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The Perfect Life couldn't be a more perfect title for this book! Things are not always what you think and to not take life for granted. This was such a great read the friendship, love and headache you have it all. It's true people only see what's on the outside not on the inside and Erin did a great job showing that through her writing. Take a chance cause you never know where it might lead.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love that heals 5 classic stars 19 February 2016
By TheGeekInPink - Published on Amazon.com
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When I read the prologue, I was scared, I didn’t want to read on, not because it wasn’t good. I just knew it was going to wreak emotional havoc. I raged, I screamed, I glared, I swore and then I swooned, I aww’d, I laughed, and I panted.

Monroe Cassidy had the perfect life. She was married to her best friend, Colin Cassidy – the very gorgeous and unbelievably gifted NFL quarterback, who was also her rock, her champion, her savior. Their bond was unbreakable. With her heart of gold and love for children, Roe worked tirelessly to help defenseless kids. Her dream of having her own safe haven for these abused kids made her the perfect champion for Boston’s very own, Mending Hearts. Yes, Monroe’s life was perfect. Or was it?

As the story started, I was swept away by Roe’s perfect life, I loved how Colin was with her, his love for Monroe endeared him to me. Then there was Seth, his sister, the family, Allison, the kisses on the forehead. All these were just the calm before the storm. A storm so strong that Roe was swept away, away from her perfect life.

And then there was her work at the new Mending Hearts which brought Sax into her life. Sweet heaven, that man was perfect. He was simply PERRRRFECT. The right combination of nerd and handsome. Their friendship was sweet, hilarious and exhilarating. I adored how Sax’s goofiness helped to break down Roe’s walls and build a friendship that would change their world forever. A friendship that would heal and make them both whole.

There were moments in this story where I went nuclear mad, and moments where I was a puddle of mush. Roe Cassidy's story was a perfect blend of calm before an f-5 tornado that wrecks everything in its path. At one point, I screamed OH MY GOD because I just had a feeling and my intuition was bang on. And then the whole phone call scene with Sax and his niece. I was literally rolling in my bed, I had to hold my tummy cos it was hurting so much from laughing. And then there was the sweet-hilarious moment where Sax sits with his mother and reveals his secret and the whole reference to Mo and Danny.

One of the things I love about this book is the hero, he was THE alpha, no doubt about it. He was real, honest, goofy, smart, hilarious, sweet, understanding and for me that's alpha. And then there were those perfect little quotes by Chris. Holy swooniness in heaven. WTH! Each of those words hit the chords seamlessly in my heart because they were in perfect harmony with the chapters. Erin Noelle has written an incredibly perfect story.

When the truth about Roe’s past comes out, how she met Colin, and their life together, I was left feeling there was hope. Because there is light to be found even in the darkest of situations. Then there was Seth and his role in Roe and Colin’s lives. Allison’s little heartbreak and then the whole Saxon family story.

My heart was full and ready to burst, I was mad yet happy and giddy, far from the girl who was scared at the beginning to read on. And then the whole thing blew up.

When your life is perfect, can you really trust the people closest to you? Because the darkness is just waiting to strike you're perfect ray of light. I cried after I was done reading. It was a major freaking touchdown that beat all touchdowns. Thank you, Erin Noelle, for Seth, Colin, Jojo, Roe and more importantly, Sax.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Her best book EVER!!!!!! 19 February 2016
By Nancy From My Girlfriends Nook Korner - Published on Amazon.com
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WOW!!!! That's the first thing that comes to my mind after reading this amazing story. A perfect life is the perfect name for this. Monroe Cassidy is one very lucky lady. She's married to Colin " The Clutch" Cassidy Quarterback for the New England Patriots'. They are both are beautiful and rich. But what the outside word doesn't know that behind their closed doors they both hide very deep secrets.
Erin took 2 taboo subjects and wrote them with greatness
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this unique story! 19 February 2016
By mary - Published on Amazon.com
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Monroe and Colin have the perfect life..or so it seems..no one would believe the truth..
And no I am not talking about anything bad..But what you think is perfect and what is your perfect is totally different.
I have to say this story took me by surprise..so many twists and turns and right from the start I realised it was something I never thought would happen..plus you don't see those twists coming at all..Just smack you in the face and there you go re- reading to make sure you understood right.
Great story and even better characters..
Can't say much more or I risk spoiling.
Another amazing story by this author!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Appearances really can deceive 20 February 2016
By Old Dave's Romance Revue - Published on Amazon.com
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Monroe and Colin Cassidy appear to have the perfect marriage ... the perfect life that the title of Erin Noelle's new standalone alludes to, but don't be deceived. All is not what it seems.

In a masterful bit of storytelling, Erin plays the first couple of chapters straight, leading the reader to assume that they're wading into the mire of a certain kind of story, and then, with just a subtle peek behind the curtain, allowing a different perspective on what has just happened, the whole dynamic of the story changes. While from an outsiders perspective the story may not have changed at all, just that little snippet of a secret that's been diligently kept from the public, everything seems different ... but at what cost?

Before the plot twist in chapter three, this book was interesting and compelling. Clearly a great deal of meticulous research had gone into the worlds the story is set in, and beyond that its well written and infused with sweet, funny and downright quirky moments.

After chapter three though? Everything steps up not just one, but several notches, and it became riveting. The budding romance bubbling along just under the surface for the two main characters, the several subplots each cleverly woven through the main storyline all worked together to keep the narrative rushing, tumbling towards an awful, terrible and wonderful conclusion.

Lastly, I have to mention Ollie. In a genre dominated by alpha males (if they aren't full on doms themselves) it was refreshing and fun to see a story that featured a guy who wasn't portrayed as being super ridiculously sexy that women swooned in the street as he walked by, wasn't so domineering that letting himself be led and guided by a woman was out of the question, and wasn't so uptight that he was too embarrassed to be a complete goofball when circumstances permitted (and occasionally when they didn't). There are stories where those kinds of guys get the girl, but in this story, that kind of guy ... doesn't.

When its all all said and done, I simply couldn't put it down, and didn't want it to end. Loved it.

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