Friday, April 3, 2020

The Perfect formula for a Perfect Life by Christy Hayes

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Formula for a Perfect Life
By Christy Hayes
Christian New Adult Contemporary Romance
Paperback & ebook, 323 Pages
March 30th 2020

Two practical strangers. One fateful night. Two pink lines.

College senior and obsessive romantic Kayla Cummings' dreams of a storybook life are spun off course by an unplanned pregnancy after a one-night stand with her secret crush. Devastated, Kayla turns to her roommates and best friends for advice. No matter what she decides, no matter how deeply embarrassed, she has to tell the father.

Ben Strickland’s future is written in stone—as long as he gets a decent score on the Law School Admission Test. Feeling pressure from all sides, Ben struggles to juggle his upcoming finals, another shot at the LSAT, and his needy girlfriend Darcy. When the girl he spent a memorable night with weeks ago shows up at his doorstep pregnant, his already chaotic life spins out of control.

With the clock ticking, decisions to make, and a boatload of people to disappoint, Ben and Kayla embark on a journey neither anticipated—a journey where falling in love might be the biggest surprise of all. But when old hurts and buried secrets pose a greater threat to their future than impending parenthood, will Ben and Kayla go their separate ways or forge a new path to happy ever after?

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This is a sweet read by Christy Hayes that I will definitely rec
ommend right from the start!

I finished this book in two days. I took my time because I wanted to savor the story and enjoy Ben and Kayla.I was drawn in from the beginning of the book until the end and I really liked how the author used the phrase God has a plan for you Karebear. He sees outside the big picture where we can only see what is front of us. 
Another one I liked is the three P's Persistence, Patience and be present. Some good advice if you ask me. I've never heard of that before and I really think that everyone could use a Greta Strickland.
I immediately loved her and I felt that she was the only one that had a sensible head on her shoulders so she quickly became my favorite character. 
The one I didn't like was Darcy. I don't like self centered people who don't have any compassion for others. She puts me in mind of a country song where this girl only talks about herself and not her husband. I know too many people that are just like Darcy and that's sad.
Overall I think the story is a fabulous read and I do love some young adult novels. I liked it because it was a relaxing read and I love going to the different places that books have to offer.
I will be looking forward to reading more of this author's books in the future. She's just that enjoyable!
My thanks to Netgalley for a complimentary copy of this book.
I was NOT required to write a positive review and all opinions are my own.

About the Author

Christy HayesChristy Hayes lives outside Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and dogs. Christy writes Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance, Christian Romance, and Women's Fiction. When not writing, she’s reading, walking dogs, or stalking her college-aged kids on social media.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this review, Connie. I had wondered about reading this book. I may give it a try after reading your review.


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