Book Review: The Perfect Girlfriend


Juliette loves Nate.

She will follow him anywhere. She’s even become a flight attendant for his airline so she can keep a closer eye on him.

They are meant to be.

The fact that Nate broke up with her six months ago means nothing. Because Juliette has a plan to win him back.

She is the perfect girlfriend. And she’ll make sure no one stops her from getting exactly what she wants.

True love hurts, but Juliette knows it’s worth all the pain…

My Review:

This was a nail biter for me. Juliette is obsessed and nothing will thwart her efforts to get Nate back.

The thing is, she is accruing payback to everyone who has hurt or deceived her, going back to childhood. That’s a long time to hate someone.

Since Juliette seems to have no empathy or guilt, she would probably be considered a sociopath. She looks straight ahead at her goal and is ruthless in getting there.

All in all, I loved the book. Her tenacity alone was quite something to take in. I’d like to read more by this author.

About The Author:

I caught the travel bug after an early childhood spent abroad (Angola, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Belgium and Italy) and have worked as cabin crew for a major airline.

In 2006, my husband and I put down roots in Hampshire and four years ago, I gave up flying to raise our three sons and concentrate on my writing.

Now that they are a little older, I’ve begun traveling again (as and when it’s possible) and enjoy exploring places through their fresh eyes.

The Perfect Girlfriend is my first novel (released March 2018). It is a psychological thriller about a sociopathic flight attendant, Juliette Price. The book is rooted in my work experience, but not autobiographical!

I realized early on in my flying career, that the moment I changed out of uniform, I became anonymous. It made me think about the identities behind uniforms and work personas and became an idea that would later help create my protagonist.

When Juliette is dumped by her pilot boyfriend, Nate, her dreams of a ‘happy ever after’ are thrown into jeopardy.

She vows to win him back, whatever it takes. She surreptitiously embeds herself into his life by adopting a new persona and securing a position as a flight attendant with the same airline.

However, these are only the first steps in her master plan as she reveals just how far one woman will go to achieve her dreams.

The novel explores themes of guilt, envy and revenge.



  1. Sounds like a great book. Was at my local library today, so went on the wait list to read.

  2. This sounds like an interesting book. Thank you for sharing. I just finished, Kitchens of the Great Midwest and The Red Address Book(which I loved. )

  3. Thank you for the review. This definitely sounds like a book I would enjoy reading.

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