When Hunter Wright comes strolling back into town after leaving her behind without so much as a see ya later when she needed him the most, Jen suddenly realizes she isn’t as over him as she thought she was. And perhaps she never would be.
But things are complicated now, and Jen has a secret that makes it impossible for her to throw caution to the wind and fall back into the arms of the man who broke her heart. Sometimes, a new beginning, a new life, and a new outlook can mean so much more than understanding and forgiveness. Sometimes it can mean putting faith in someone who has the ability to hurt you or the ability to make you whole. Jen knows more than anyone that love can be such a… Perfect Contradiction.
Then again, as I'm thinking about that statement, I think it's a testament to the fact that there are times when anybody will make snap decisions or it appears that they didn't use their best judgment, but that's just part of human nature. I think I understand why Jennifer did what she did though, based on what happened to her in the first book. With that background knowledge, I feel some empathy for her. She had gone through a lot, and I can understand how that probably affected her.
I also want to say that I absolutely loved Jackson Sharp. He was such a great secondary character.
Of course, things did work out in the end, and I enjoyed Perfect Contradiction. My rating is 4/5 platypires.