Perfect on Paper: The (Mis)Adventures of Waverly Bryson
Waverly Bryson is a successful businesswoman in her late 20s who almost has it all: a dream job in sports PR, two best friends, and a bar where everybody knows her name. What she doesn’t have is a ring on her finger. And after being ditched at the altar, she’s in no hurry to get one. Besides,... show more
Waverly Bryson is a successful businesswoman in her late 20s who almost has it all: a dream job in sports PR, two best friends, and a bar where everybody knows her name. What she doesn’t have is a ring on her finger. And after being ditched at the altar, she’s in no hurry to get one. Besides, plenty of other issues keep her busy, including her wayward father, a new rival at work, and an ever-nagging fear that her life is not turning out as she thought it would . . . or should. To stay sane, Waverly makes a habit of jotting down “Honey Notes,” self-deprecating bits of single-girl humor that she hopes to one day develop into a line of greeting cards. Can’t face the dating scene after a bad breakup? Honey, hit the bar, and hit it hard. Beer goggles are the lonely girl’s Cupid. As Waverly stumbles back into the dating scene (no stalkers or jean shorts, please), her personal and professional lives threaten to collide. Perfect on Paper reminds listeners that everyone has had a bad date (or twelve), and that everyone needs a best friend to tell them, “Honey, you are not alone.”
Publish date: February 9th 2010
Pages no: 311
Edition language: English
Series: Waverly Bryson (#1)
Well, at 25% I was pretty 'meh' about this book, and at the end I was still feeling 'meh'. It just didn't do it for me. It was touted as a lighthearted funny romance - for me it felt fairly pedestrian. I found the main character and her two bffs to be boring. The supposedly hilarious string of b...
"I still can't believe this is happening." I leaned toward my reflection in the standing full-lenght mirror in my living room and knocked a piece of fuzz off my long white dress. Then I turned towards my friends McKenna and Andie, who were sitting on the sofa across the room. "Seriously, can you two...
This was a cute story. I really liked the characters and they kind of felt like friends by the end. Some of the story was a little cheesy, but it was still really fun and cute. A nice light read. I am excited to read the next two books in the series.
I would describe this book as like reality, but funnier. It’s like a humorous, slightly snarky friend telling you about her day. And it’s awesome. I really liked the the characters seemed believable, both our heroine Waverly and her best friends, because of both their reactions and the things that h...
Waverly is a great character. shes funny, clumsy pretty much your typical girl. After being dumped two weeks before her wedding Waverly is essentially a mess. We see Waverly go through many dating mishaps that will have you crying with laughter. I loved the scenes when she tells her dates and mishap...