Waverly Bryson is a late-20s successful businesswoman who almost has it all: dream job in Sports PR, two best friends, and a bar where everybody knows her name. What she doesn’t have is a ring on her finger, and after being left at the altar, she’s in no hurry. Besides, she has plenty of other issues to tackle, including her wayward father, a new rival at work, and an ever-shrinking amount of personal time. To keep sane, Waverly makes a habit of jotting down “Honey Notes,” her own brand of self-deprecating wisdom and pipe-dream for a line of greeting cards.
As Waverly stumbles back into the dating scene (no stalkers or jean shorts, please), her personal and professional lives threaten to collide. Perfect on Paper reminds readers that everyone has a bad date (or twelve), and that everyone needs a best friend to tell them, “Honey, you are not alone.”
Waverly is a great character. shes funny, clumsy pretty much your typical girl. After being dumped two weeks before her wedding Waverly is essentially a mess. We see Waverly go through many dating mishaps that will have you crying with laughter. I loved the scenes when she tells her dates and mishaps to her friends, which they name ‘Waverly Moments’. Andie and Mackie are the best friends anyone could ask for. They are always there with support when Waverly needs them the most. I loved the Honey notes at the beginning of each chapter. They always had me laughing or smiling in agreement. This book will have you giggling from the start.