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The Perfect Find is the type of book that reminded me of the movie, "The Devil Wears Prada." The difference is, Jenna Jones is getting back into the fashion swing of things after getting her broken whereas the character Andy in the movie is the new kid on the block and clueless about fashion altogether. However, I couldn't imagine reading "The Devil Wears Prada" as a book because there is a lot that goes on, as was the case with this book. It's a face-paced read with lots of non-stop action in dialogue, which was kind of exhausting. Midway through, it finally got to the point, after endless pages of fashion vogue, and the history of Jenna Jones' career background. If you're into the fashion world than perhaps this book may be one you'll enjoy, but if you're looking for a romance read you'll trail along the path for a while of fancy clothes and diva banter before you get there.
The story was engaging; the author made the characters believable. However, the terrible writing style distracted from. The story--the author described things that didn't need descriptions (think someone explaining an already bad joke), the symbolism was generic, and there were typos and weird line breaks in the dialogue that made parts of the story difficult to comprehend (perhaps this is an issue with the Kindle version only?).