Regina and Spencer Jacobs had reached a point in their marriage where they were living apart and not really talking. The silence between them grew to the point that something had to give. So, even though Spencer still loved Regina he knew he had to let her go so that they could each find some happiness, if not with each other than with someone else. Regina also still loved Spencer and she hoped that they would find a way to overcome the hurt and pain. She wanted to work things out with him, but that all changed when she came home and found the divorce papers waiting for her.
Spencer could not face Regina so he took the easy way out and left the divorce papers under the door to the house they once shared. He knew that she would not be happy but he knew it was time to move on.
Perfect Fit is the second book in the Singleton Series, the first being Hurricane. The characters of Regina and Spencer are very likable and you could feel the hurt and pain they each are going through but could not vocalize.
I enjoyed the way the characters interacted and the supporting characters like his brother Driscoll helped to round out the story. You knew that there was a lot of hurt and pain between the characters but also intense passion.
Taige Crenshaw is the kind of writer that draws you into her characters and makes you as the reader feel the all the emotions the characters are having. She grabs your interest from the very beginning and spins the kind of story that will keep you reading until the last word is said.
Perfect Fit is like that: an enjoyable read and one that I would recommend.
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