Perfect Timing is a good introduction into the romance genre.  The romance is fairly simple and it involves music and musicians, a popular theme for many fans of the romance genre.  I enjoyed how the chapters were divvied up between characters and that we were able to gain multiple perspectives as the story went on.  J.C. Layne did well handling two characters at once while also making their thoughts and actions separate from one another.

Even though the writing could be wordy and flat at times, I thought that the romance was sweet and something that many girls will fawn over.  Layne understands her characters and the world she created well, and fans of quick romance reads will surely be pleased.  Even though this novel was not completely my cup of tea, I still found it to be a quick and enjoyable read.  Hopeful romantics will find hope in Jes and Mitch’s love story, and they are sure to bring hope to us all.  Just be advised that this novel does end on a cliff hanger, and even though I am not a fan of cliff hangers, it might keep you reading to the next book in the series.

Brett and Becca are one of those couples.  You know, the ones who get it right?  They’re great together and they give me hope that maybe one day I’ll get it right, too.  

Published by Ashley Nestler