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Thursday, September 14, 2017


Setting: Portland, Oregon
Genre: Women's Fiction
Publisher: Graydon House
Release Date: October 3, 2017



Dr. Dylan Michels has a gorgeous home, a loving boyfriend, and a job that keeps her busy. She's an OB/GYN in a thriving practice, but it's not enough. Dylan is desperate for forgiveness for a deadly mistake she made as a teenager.

Dylan lives her days and nights trying to make amends for the role she played in her older sister's death. Until that happens, Dylan will never be happy.

Strengths and Weaknesses


Perfectly Undone is an upcoming release in Harlequin's Graydon House line of novels. It's a strong example of everything I love with women's fiction. Dylan has it all, yet she harbors a secret that keeps her from happiness. As the secret is revealed, I felt for her and found the tears falling.

Given that, it is hard to get into Dylan's mindset when you're still trying to figure out her past. I struggled to see how a smart woman could be so blind. Stick with her. When the truth comes out, it will break your heart.

RTR's Bottom Line


I loved everything about Perfectly Undone. The setting made me wish I was there. Dylan's work is presented as many doctors have detailed to me during my own OB/GYN appointments in the past. It's hectic, fascinating, crushing, and rewarding at the same time and in different ways.

This is a tear-jerker that proved to be the perfect end of summer choice. I loved it.




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