To keep herself sane, Waverly makes a habit of jotting down “Honey Notes,” self-deprecating bits of single-girl humor that she hopes to one day develop into a line of greeting cards.
Front: Can’t face the dating scene after a breakup?
Inside: Honey, hit the bar, and hit it hard. Beer goggles are the lonely girl’s Cupid.
Front: Is it worse to be fake or bitchy?
Inside: Honey, just face it. If you’re asking, you’re probably both.
Front: Ever feel like you know nothing at all?
Inside: Honey, congratulations. At least you finally know that.
As Waverly stumbles back into the dating scene (no stalkers or jean shorts, please), her personal and professional worlds threaten to collide. Perfect on Paper reminds us that once in a while everyone wonders if they’ll ever figure life out, has a bad date (or twelve), and needs a best friend to say, “Honey, you are not alone.”
“If you want to smile until your face hurts or laugh until you cry, then this is the book to get. So go buy a copy, get some hot chocolate and curl up in your favorite chair and enjoy the life of Waverly Bryson…you won’t be disappointed.” –Allison’s Attic of Books
“Waverly has got to be one of the most hilarious characters I have met. Perfect on Paper is a must read. If you aren’t reading this book than shame on you as you are missing out on some great laughs.” –Cheryl’s Book Nook
“I read it in 24 hours, which with 2 kids is pretty impossible these days, so that says a lot. This is a delightful book and I was rooting for Waverly from the first page. This book is smart, funny and intuitive. In my opinion, Waverly Bryson is the American equivalent of Bridget Jones.” –Girls Just Reading