Perfectly Flawed (re-writing)

Perfectly Flawed (re-writing)

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booklovertash By booklovertash Updated Sep 06, 2017

#4 in General Fiction-

Alex has not had the easiest life. After losing the love of his life he was forced to cope with not only her death, but his newborn son that came form that tragic, yet beautiful day. 

Being a single father is never easy, especially when you have an energetic 2 year old son and working as a marketing director for one of the largest companies in the world. 

Alex's job is gruelling and high demanding that takes up most of his time. Between juggling work and his son Aiden, Alex's life is constantly busy, as he tries to keep everything together and provide for his son. 

With a family pushing for him to settle down, and a boss demanding more from him each day, Alex finds love at the most unlikely times. 

So follow Alex and his son Aiden in their day to day struggles of their perfectly flawed life.

  • australia
  • ceo
  • coffeeshop
  • daddy
  • dating
  • death
  • family
  • father
  • fatherhood
  • flawed
  • love
  • newadult
  • relationship
  • romance
  • singlefather
  • singleparent
  • son
  • spanish
  • sydney
  • wattys2015
axeyoz axeyoz Jan 20, 2017
Awesome prologue, well said. I need a break from life now. But I would probably regret it later. So no stopping till God says it's time.
Kiara1286 Kiara1286 Jul 09, 2015
The introduction is beautifully written and it springs a bit of emotion. I think it is wonderful as is.
OscarFey OscarFey Jul 07, 2015
I like the first sentences - simple and powerful. But also I think there're some too ripetitive words and thoughts
- - Jun 22, 2015
hi don't mean to be rude but your introduction it very repetitive and you constantly use the same words in your passage
Second_Hand_Fandom Second_Hand_Fandom May 27, 2015
Good to hear, it frustrates me when authors edit their books by taking down the whole book 
LunaAngel2362 LunaAngel2362 Mar 05, 2015
Happened to me, had to grow up at the age of 6 to help my dad with my sister, then never went back to being a kid, just immature at times...