I read somewhere that Regina Scott writes Christian books; so I decided to give Perfect a try. It is free of supernatural elements and profanity. ***SPOILERS AHEAD*** At one point the heroine, despite being engaged to somebody else, threw herself at the hero, and soon after realized that, thanks to his gentlemanly behavior, she kept her virtue. Later she ended up at a wild party (i.e., she got her fanny patted by the paid help, couples were,copulating, and she had a close encounter with Death). For some reason, though, I trucked on through.
Because the heroine & her nemesis both seemed like clever women, I had great hopes for this book. I found the ending very disappointing, though. The time that elapsed from when I figured out what the problem was to when the hero & heroin put their heads together and figured it out seemed very great, especially in comparison with the time from then to when they dealt with the problem, which suddenly seemed to become very (as in fall apart) easy. I felt very unsatisfied.