Colleen Hoover delivers a tour de force novel about a troubled marriage and the one old forgotten promise that might be able to save it.
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?
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***** 5 Star Review *****
I have struggled with this review. It's one of those books where I want to say so many things, but knowing that everything I want to say could essentially spoil parts of the story, I am at a loss for words.
This is one of Hoover's best books as of late. I was on the fence whether or not to read this one. Her last couple of books were good, but they weren't Colleen Hoover good. They definitely didn't wow me like some of her other books did. I am so glad I decided to go ahead and read it. I haven't read a five star book from her in a while.
The book spoke to me on different volumes. The crumbling marriage (no, my marriage isn't crumbling). The drifting apart. The being afraid to voice issues or concerns out of fear, in order to hold on to what once was. I think that rings true to any relationship. I don't care what anyone tells you, there is no such thing as perfect communication.
This was one of those books that hit me right in the gut. There are certain aspects of the story that are similar to my personal life. They may not be for the same reasons, but they are present. This book left me in my head. I don't foresee myself finding my way out of the fog for a while. It's one of those things that leaves you a little lost in your head, not knowing how to dig your way out.
I felt connected to Graham and Quinn from the start. Between their love for one another and their insecurities, they portrayed a real-life couple. They are flawed and completely imperfect. They had to fall in order to pick up the pieces to move forward.