Review: ‘All Your Perfects’ by Colleen Hoover – a masterpiece that shows your that even soulmates may not be meant to be together

Format: e-book, paperback

Format read: arc via Netgalley

Series: stand alone

Rating: 18+ for sexual content, language

Genre: New Adult

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This book needs a disclaimer. Like a big one! Because this is a very painful book to read and I mean that as the biggest compliment to the writing. It’s painful because you can feel how hard it is for Graham and Quinn. This book shows just how hard it is to make a marriage work regardless of how perfect your personalities fit.

This story really shows how circumstances can change the course for this couple. So besides the painful struggle for the couple to make it in their marriage, they have to deal with infertility issues. The story made me see how painful and how much it breaks down someone’s confidence not only in themselves but in the relationship.

The story does go back and forth between the present and the past. So Hoover shows us how the couple gets together and let me tell you it’s not in the most conventional way. These parts make up a great love story but when it’s coupled with the ‘Now’ parts of the story it only enhances just how hard it is for them. You know that the couple loves each other but this story really proves that love sometimes is just not enough.

I love Colleen Hoover’s books because she is always able to grab you and have you so enthralled with the story that you literally feel every emotion that the characters are feeling. This story is no different. Every pain, every tear, every struggle. You feel it. Down to your core so much that it may even cause you to go into a depression. Yet another reason to have a disclaimer.

Rating: A

You can buy the book on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBook, or Kobo

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