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What’s Wrong With Mr. Perfect By:Sherri Shaw

What’s Wrong With Mr. Perfect By:Sherri Shaw

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What’s Wrong with Mr. Perfect

Magically Perfect Series

Book One

Sherri Shaw

Genre: Contemporary Romance and fantasy

Date of Publication: 9/14/2013


Book Description:

Chef Ivy Turin is great with food, but not so good with men. When a mysterious vendor gifts her with a jade necklace guaranteed to find true love, she is skeptical. But no sooner does she put on the necklace then star football player, Sam Rockney, walks into her restaurant. Athletic, intelligent, not to mention drop dead gorgeous, Sam seems like the perfect man for her. Too perfect. Is the sexy Seattle quarterback for real, or is there something wrong with Mr. Perfect?

Chapter one

Seattle, Washington, July, 2013

“Have you noticed nobody holds hands anymore?” Chef Ivy Turin picked up a tomato from

the pile of neatly displayed produce at Pike Street Market. “It was my favorite part of dating in

high school. There was no PDA allowed in the halls, but my boyfriend would sneak up next to

me and slip his fingers through mine. That simple little gesture made me feel special.”

Beth, her sous chef, eyed her with sarcastic amusement. “You are special.”

Ivy selected several more tomatoes and put them in the cloth grocery bag. Handing the items

to the cashier, she fished money from her pocket. “Me? You’re as jaded as the necklaces in the

next stall.”

“I’m jaded? You’re the one who hasn’t had a date since you dumped Kevin,” Beth said,

examining an odd-looking fiddlehead fern. “Although I suppose I can’t blame you for being

cautious after what he did to you. Stealing from the restaurant to cover his gambling debt was

beyond wrong, but there are good guys out there.”

“I’m well aware of that,” Ivy said, accepting the change from the cashier. Although nine

months had passed since the breakup, Kevin’s betrayal still stung. It wasn’t as much about the

money he embezzled. It was the deceit it was predicated upon.

“I realize it’s cliché but you need to forget about him and move on. Maybe you could start

with your perfect high school boyfriend,” Beth said, moving to the next stall. “He might be


“Are you searching for the perfect man?” the jade vendor behind the counter asked. He had

an Australian accent and pale grey eyes disconcerting in their intensity.

Beth pointed at Ivy. “Her, not me. She’s—well, she used to be—a hopeless romantic.”

The vendor gave Ivy a speculative look before lifting up a simple silver chain with a green

jade amulet hanging from it. “If you truly want to find this elusive perfect man, and restore your

faith in true love, this necklace will be your good luck talisman.”

He tried to hand it to Ivy. She refused. “It’s beautiful—”

Leaning forward, he clasped her wrist and pressed the necklace into her palm. “It’s a gift.”

Ivy expected the jade to be cool to the touch, It heated her skin, sending an unexpected

jolt of energy throughout her body. Pulling away, she dismissed the unusual sensation as a

consequence of the double espresso she’d recently finished. All of this talk of magic was giving

her the creeps.

“I couldn’t. It’s too much.” She tried to pass it back. He merely grinned.

“The first step to finding true love is acceptance,” he said, winking at Beth. “Take the

necklace. Wear it with hope in your heart, and when you find the perfect man, everything will

become clear.”

About the Author:

To Sherri, the only thing better than reading a good book is writing one. She penned her first novel at seventeen and although she inevitably graduated to a keyboard, she is still creating stories full of adventure, romance, and humor. In addition to writing, she designs her own book covers.

Check out more information at www.sherrishaw.net




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