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DNF Review: All Your Perfect by Colleen Hoover

Image result for all your perfects colleen hoover coverAll Your Perfects
by Colleen Hoover
My Rating:  DNF

Quinn and Graham’s perfect love is threatened by their imperfect marriage. The memories, mistakes, and secrets that they have built up over the years are now tearing them apart. The one thing that could save them might also be the very thing that pushes their marriage beyond the point of repair.

All Your Perfects is a profound novel about a damaged couple whose potential future hinges on promises made in the past. This is a heartbreaking page-turner that asks: Can a resounding love with a perfect beginning survive a lifetime between two imperfect people?

ARC provided by the publisher for an honest review.

My Thoughts

This will contain some spoilers about the plot of the book. 

I hate to do it, but I’m going to have to call it a DNF. I really wanted to like this book, but at the 44% mark, I just couldn’t. And this has nothing to do with the book or even the writing. It’s because I couldn’t connect to the story or the characters.

This book is about a topic that doesn’t cater to me. It’s about infertility. I don’t want to seem like a bad person or come off heartless or insensitive but I honestly can’t put myself in their shoes. Getting a little personal, I don’t want to have children. It’s not something that I want to happen in my life. So you can see how this wouldn’t be a good book for me.

This book will hit home for quite a few people but it just wasn’t something that I could relate to or a story I could get into. 


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18 thoughts on “DNF Review: All Your Perfect by Colleen Hoover

  1. Oh wow, I’m sad that this didn’t work for you. 😦 As someone who struggled a lot with infertility, this is the kind of book I’m both really looking forward to and scared to read at the same time. I can see how it might not work for you with you being child-free, though. I hope your next read works better for you! ♥

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  2. Her last few books have honestly been a mess for me. They are so dramatic and I feel like she doesn’t do the serious topics she touches on justice. It’s like she uses them as a plot trope and I don’t like that. I can understand not being able to connect to the story because you don’t relate to any of the issues. It happens.

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