Okay, let's face is: Perfect Chemistry is a cliche. I mean it, you don't need to read more than twenty pages of it to figure this out. The point? It works. Totally works.
I usually don't read or write anything about the blurb so I'll have it short. (skip this paragraph if you don't want to know) Perfect Chemistry is about a rich girl and a poor, gangmember boy. Does it sound familiar? I am sure it is. We all have heard this story, thousands of times, about what happens when two people from absolutely different worlds meet each other. Why does it work this time, again?
Brittany and Alex are two special characters. They are the same on some parts: sometimes, you can easily to related to any of them, other times you don't understand what the hell they want. Both are keeping secrets, both are loyal, feel stuck in their place. In the same time, they're completly different: their ways of dealing with stuffs, their decisions and everything else.
When you have a book with more than one point of view, you might feel one is written less than the other. It doesn't happen here: both of their points of view were amazing. Any of them was written according to the character. It was like hearing her/him talking.
Although Perfect Chemistry doesn't have many twists and surprises in it, I haven't stopped reading unless I really had to. I was reading instead of eating, studying and sleeping. I woke up more tired than when I went to bed and didn't care; this book was addictive.
I am not sure what its magic was, but it sure does have something in it- a complex of great characters, good plot and amazing writing. I highly recommend you all to read this book! It was so worth it.