What characteristics make up the perfect man? That's the question Jaine Bright and her three friends from work discuss one night at their favourite after hours hangout. Jokingly, they concoct a list of traits that would make up Mr. Perfect, like money, good looks and good in bed. The next thing they know, their list is the topic of conversation at work and is popping up on the news and internet. What begins as a joke becomes deadly, when one of the women is murdered, and Jaine turns to her new neighbour, Sam, who happens to be a cop. As infuriating as the man is, he is also incredibly sexy, and Jaine finds herself not only looking for a killer but falling in love.
This report prepared by Darina Milovanovich
This is a story of a non compos mentis individual reflecting their illness through hideous acts for unreasonable rationale provoked by meaningless jokes. The other significant plot created in Mr. Perfect is the suspense between two unlikely lovers realizing their passion and importance to one another.
This report prepared by Rayne
Jaine and her three friends jokingly make a list describing their "Mr. Perfect." This list gets more attention than they would like and attracts the wrong person. This person is out to kill them all. It just happens that Jaine's next door neighbor is a cop. He's more than willing to help Jaine in more than one way and soon, three-times-shy Jaine is willingly falling for him. He is her "Mr. Perfect!"
This report prepared by Yvette
This book is filled with murder, mystery, romance, and comedy all rolled into one. She and 3 friends are being stalked by a psychopath over a certain "List" they made up for fun. HE is a cop that lives next door. During the murders and stalking, they fall in lust and then love. Absolutely a wonderful book.
This report prepared by Roberta Schultz
Four women casually make a list of what would be the perfect man. A "non-perfect" man reads the list and starts killing off the women. One of the women lives next door to a cop she at first detested, and now needs (in more ways than one!)
This report prepared by Marilyn Wright