Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Imperfect by Kelly Moore - Book Review & Giveaway

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Review by Anniek

Ashe founded the MTA Crisis Division together with Aedon and Wren. They are all well known and respected surgeons. Any time a crisis occurs they send out rescue teams to try and save as many people as they can. Ashe, Aedon and Wren are best friends and will do anything for each other. Ashe and Aedon were in love once, but she walked away from him and has sheltered her heart ever since. A lot is being asked of surgeons out in the rescue fields. Will those dangerous times bring Ashe and Aedon back together? Or will Aedon make a much safer choice by returning Wren's love?

Ashe has been struggling with mental illness for a long time. Now that he's taking his medication Ashe doesn't have highs and lows anymore. He feels numbed. The only time he feels free is when he allows himself to be his own imperfect self. It's this freedom that once drove Aedon away. Aedon couldn't handle Ashe's self destruction anymore. They both only had one love and that never changed. From the moment they met their souls connected and they're not complete without the other. Ashe is so strong, but he doesn't give himself enough credit. He talks himself down and that broke my heart. He's a brilliant surgeon and he has such a big heart. I wished for him to finally make peace with the fact that he has a mental illness, which requires him to take medication.

Aedon is so pure and sweet. She's been through a lot, but she still holds her head up high working in a men's world. She's perfect for Ashe. I loved how smart and resourceful they are. Wren loved Aedon even before she met Ashe and he finds it difficult to stand back and let them work things out. They're all best friends and even though there are emotional struggles, they'll always stand together unconditionally. I love to read about true friendship and I connected with the three of them from the very beginning.

Imperfect is an emotional story about an important topic, accepting yourself as you are. Haven't we all got imperfections? I love the fact that Kelly Moore brings a lot of her own medical knowledge into her stories. The chapters about the rescue missions are heartbreaking at times, but they also filled me with the hope that people like Ashe, Aedon and Wren exist and would come for me and my family if a disaster should hit. Kelly Moore is a brilliant and skillful writer and when she releases a story I can't wait to read it. The beautiful way she uses words has me hooked every single time and Imperfect was no exception. I've read all of her books and I'm already looking forward to her next masterpiece.

Advice

If you love to read emotional love stories packed with suspenseful rescue missions I highly recommend Imperfect.

About Kelly Moore



Hi my name is Kelly Moore and I am Southern girl raised in Florida. I am a registered nurse actually an ICU traveling nurse, wife, mother of two children and I have three grandchildren. I have always been an avid reader and kept journals. Until Broken Pieces, I never had the courage to attempt an erotic romance book and submit it for publishing. I tend to embrace the brokenness in all of us. It makes us who we are. I love to see people come out strong and win against past pains.

I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing the story.

Links

Website: http://www.kellymooreauthor.com/
Blog: http://www.kellymooreauthor.com/blog/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brokenpiecesbookseries/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/kellymoorebp
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brogan_bp_/

Giveaway

Five very lucky readers of With Love for Books will receive a digital copy of Imperfect by Kelly Moore.

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7 comments:

  1. Imperfect sounds like an emotional story. Love that over too.

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  2. fantastic cover, great review, thanks xx

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  3. I find it so heart-warming that authors are no longer afraid to explore the once taboo subject of mental illness.

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