Perfect on Paper by Sophie Gonzales

Young Adult

Darcy has been running an advice service out of an empty locker at school. When Brougham catches her one day, he makes her a deal. He wants her help getting his ex back and he will not tell the school who is behind the advice. At first, Darcy finds him arrogant but as time moves on, feelings change.
This was a great book. The characters were superb and I loved the flow of the story. There were some side plots going on that kept it rolling. Add in that it touched on different identities in the LGBTQ+ community and you have a winning, inclusive book.
Many thanks to Net Galley for providing me with an ARC of this book.

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