The Perfect Lover is a well written book. It follows one woman's search for happiness. In her search for happiness, Roya created relationships with people to try to figure out what was missing in her life. She did this without the thought of coneqences. I often found myself wanting to smack her, because of her selfishness. Despite not liking the main character, Roya, I found myself sucked into the story. I couldn't put the book down; I had to know if Roya found her happiness and at what cost. Roya may not have been likable, but she had personality and that is sign of a well written book.
I was laughing out loud within a few pages. The story surrounds a rambunctious puppy named Elf. Elf is purchased as a Christmas present, but bring a whole lot of baggage with him. Hunting Elf is full of crazy people. Elf has other plans. He wants to stay with his half trained humans.
The characters are likable but a little too crazy to be believable. Fortunately t he writing and fast pace of the story makes up for that. Hunting Elf is more of a mystery than a Christmas story and can easily be read anytime. I'm not normally a mystery person, but the story was so funny, that I couldn't stop reading. The story may not be very believable, but it is still worthwhile read. Hunting Elf can be easily be read by Tweens and adults.