Neutral | 3/5 stars | Buy your copy of Perfect Imperfections
Kim’s father passes away forcing her to grow up quickly and put her dreams aside to help support the family, but eventually her resentment surfaces and things completely fall apart. Given a few new challenges, Kim is able to open up and live again.
What I loved: I was invested in seeing Kim through the whole process of entrepreneurship, family relationships and values.
What I didn’t: Struggled with some grammatical errors, jumpy in a few places, and the ending did feel a bit rushed.
For my full review of Perfect Imperfections, click play!
I received a copy from the author, Puja, in exchange for an honest review.