Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Perfectly Oblivious by Robin Daniels

Perfectly Oblivious
by Robin Daniels

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Just released: June 30, 2017
Publisher: Bluefields Publishing
Genre: YA, Humor, Sports
Paperback: 310
Rating: 5

The Perfect Series series:
Perfectly Oblivious
Perfectly You

First sentence(s):
A New Family was moving in across the street. The house next door to the Perkins's had been vacant for over six months. The couple that lived there before had had no kids, were hardly ever home, and kept to themselves. So, when the house went up for sale, my heart wasn't exactly broken.

Cameron Bates (Cam) could have almost any girl at Franklin High School... except for the one he wants. Unfortunately Bebe seems to be immune to his flirty charm and good looks, which means one of two things: a) she’s completely oblivious to how he feels, or b) she’s just not into him. If that’s the case, declaring his love would be disastrous for their friendship.

Bianca Barnes (Bebe) has a huge problem: the universe hates her. Every time she admits feelings for a boy, he ends up falling for her sweet, popular, and beautiful sister Beth. To avoid a broken heart, Bebe has sworn herself to secrecy. Nobody can know how she feels about Cam... Ever!

Neither person wants to confess their feelings, but the universe has its own plan. Out of the blue, Bebe is courted by a secret admirer. Cam has to step up his game and Bebe has to make a choice. Play it safe and accept the affections of her mystery man or challenge fate and take a chance on the boy she loves.

Content Description: This is a stand-alone YA contemporary romance with companion novels to follow. It contains minor language, innuendo, crude humor and steamy tension but is generally very clean. No sex. Recommended for ages 14 and up.

My two-bits:

Loved the banter between the two main characters as well as the individual perspectives of each.

And, loved the romantic shenanigans involved in pairing this couple.

Some fun one-on-one basketball scenes are cause for giggles in this YA romance.

Makes me want to check out the film, Love and Basketball.


* review copy courtesy of author


  1. What a cute coming of age premise. Sibling rivalry is a tough one. Glad it has a lighter side.


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