Gemma McDougall is certain about three things: One, she’s never going to lose her Latina ass. Two, her career is more important than the crappy (and nonexistent) relationships she’s had to endure her entire adult life. Three, she’s going to get the next promotion to detective if it kills her. But then her job literally almost kills her, and she’s forced into unwanted medical leave.
Sam London is certain about three things: One, he has no idea how to have a normal adult relationship and will likely die cold and alone, ravaged by wild dogs. Two, playing a game of Drinking Jenga, while fun, also leads to late nights sneaking into the neighbor’s yard and getting held at gunpoint by the neighbor’s daughter. Three, he has no idea what kind of trouble Gemma McDougall has gotten herself into, but he’s going to be a part of it, no matter what.
Practically Imperfect begins when Gemma, who is a cop, ends up stumbling upon something that puts her life in danger. The thing is she really doesn't even know what she stumbled upon and it's not only getting dangerous it's getting downright terrifying for her and her loved ones.
Add in the addition of her long time neighbor Sam and things get even more out of control. When Sam and Gemma can't seem to stay away from each other, and the fact that he gets dragged into everything things take a turn for the worse.
This book was very interesting. I really enjoyed the plot line, and getting to see characters from previous books. This one wasn't as good as the previous ones, but it was still very enjoyable. I liked Gemma and Sam together. I just wish we had got to see a little bit more of their time together. It also ended with a nice HEA!