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By: L. J. Alexander

It Was Almost Perfect

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Dublin, a cosmopolitan city full of beautiful streets with secrets hidden around every corner. This book follows the lives of four women who, despite different backgrounds and social circles, are connected by the same desire for love and fulfilment. This dynamic cast of characters embarks on a journey of self-discovery triggered by chance encounters which will change their lives forever. These random encounters add additional layers to the magical realism in this story of discovery, lust, love, pain, and forgiveness that helps not just the characters in the book, but the reader too, see the “happily ever after” from a different perspective.

 

L. J. Alexander was born in Poland in June 1985. She came to Ireland at the early age of 20 in 2006 and after discovering her true self, she made Dublin her home. In her successful and various careers, she always stayed true to her values and became an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. Finally, in 2020, she could no longer ignore the writer within her and started working on her 1st book. This is her work of passion which she shares for writing and giving a voice to the LGBTQ+ community.

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  • A book I couldn’t put down !!

    It was almost perfect

    A book you can’t put down! The love, the loss, the lust, and the letdowns - this book is a rollercoaster of emotions and had me totally engrossed in the interlinking tales of these four strong women. It’s both sensual and erotic as the characters discover their true selves and where their passions lie. The author takes us through the journeys with a refreshing realism - poignant moments move to jaw-dropping scenes. This is an exciting debut novel and is a fresh addition to LGBTQ+ literature and from an author I’ll be looking out for in the future.

  • Angela

    It was almost perfect

    A book you can’t put down! The love, the loss, the lust, and the letdowns - this book is a rollercoaster of emotions and had me totally engrossed in the interlinking tales of these four strong women. It’s both sensual and erotic as the characters discover their true selves and where their passions lie. The author takes us through the journeys with a refreshing realism - poignant moments move to jaw-dropping scenes. This is an exciting debut novel and a fresh addition to LGBTQ+ literature from an author I’ll be looking out for in the future.

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