Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
|Print List Price:||£8.35|
Save £7.36 (88%)
His Perfect Imperfection Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
Kindle Unlimited: Introducing Best-selling Magazines
Read the latest issues of popular magazines on Kindle. Start your free 30-day trial
Customers who bought this item also bought
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Top Customer Reviews
I loved every word of this book. I'm not the type that cries while reading lots of books. However the tears rolled down my face during this read. I felt the characters emotions and I loved how the author portrayed them as real people.
The storyline is epic. No I'm not giving anything away about the storyline. I feel you gotta just jump in and feel this story.
Mika and Cain are the main characters. I absolutely loved them both. Cain is my new book boyfriend. Yes he's mine.
The author added this to the end of her book description...
(Dedicated to the millions of people who are unique, not flawed, by Psoriasis and other skin diseases.)
No truer words have been said.
Natasza thank you for making me FEEL another story. You owe me a box of tissues lol
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I have had it on my Kindle for several months before I finally made the decision to read it.
At first I was hesitant because this book is not a romantic suspense like this author’s other books. However, the synopsis of the story fascinated me because there were a lot of comments that sounded very mysterious. For example, Mika has a mysterious disease that is in remission at the moment. Unfortunately this disease makes her feel like a monster and keeps her from dating or going out with anyone. She has wonderful friends that she has known all of her life (they know about her disease and accept it), but she refuses to discuss her disease or let anyone see her without baggy clothes. In fact, we don’t find out anything about her disease until much later in the book.
Cain, the hero, is also very mysterious. “Women are Cain’s business. The fantasy he sells has made him a wealthy but empty man.” Cain is not your typical romance hero. But I see him as a hero because he is loving and caring toward Miko and refuses to judge her based on her reactions.
These two “scarred” people become wonderful friends who are able to help each other cope with their lack of self-esteem and their loneliness. Eventually they fall in love with each other. However this love comes with a lot of angst, a lot of work and a lot of help from each other. It is not an easy relationship.
This book is not a romantic suspense, but it is an absolutely fantastic read. The author’s style enables us to feel everything each character experiences as if we were right there with them. She also describes each character in a realistic way, including their strengths and weaknesses, bad characteristics as well as the good characteristics I absolutely could not put this book down until it was finished.
I do have one small warning. The prologue talks about Abel and Cain as they appear in the Bible. My first thought when I saw that was that I was reading a deeply inspirational and/or religious book. I was a little concerned when I read the prologue that I had misunderstood the genre of the book. However, I was wrong. The only reason the author mentions these characters from the Bible is because the hero’s name is Cain, and his brother’s name is Abel.
The end of the prologue talks about Cain’s lot in life and how he must work to do what is right in this world. This is a wonderful reminder of the Bible story and allows me to make comparisons with the characters in the story. This is not a religious book; it is an uplifting book about how important it is not to judge people by superficial factors. We need to look inside a person before we decide on how we view them and react to them.
Cain Sallas has the body and face of a Greek god. Although he's beautiful physically, he's hiding his own ugliness . . . in his way of life, his soul, that leaves him with his own scars.
This uniquely told story had me chuckling, laughing out loud, sniffling, sobbing, panting, and finally smiling with immense satisfaction. We all have flaws. We all have imperfections....or most of us, anyway. This story is about two people, perfectly flawed in their own ways, who manage to look past the physical and spiritual imperfections to find the beauty within. Beautiful read! Pick it up...you won't regret it...guaranteed. Ms. Waters' finest work, yet, in my honest opinion.
Cain Sallas has made a living that lets him travel the world and be with some of the most beautiful women. He made a fortune but the one thing he gave up for all this is his happiness.
Mika is a beautiful woman who keeps a carefully guarded secret. She's the fun one in her group of friends but still finds herself lonely.
All this changes the day Mika rents a cottage on Cain's estate. Cain finds himself staying home more and waiting for Mika to return home at the end of her day. He also decides to make a big career change. Cain notices he is starting to smile and laugh more, he just wishes Mike would warm up to him and and tell her secret that all her friends seen to know but she evades him.
Will Cain be able to get Mika to open up to him and see that he has fallen for her or will Mika keep running?