NOTHING SHORT OF PERFECT
NOTHING SHORT OF PERFECT (4.5) by Day Leclaire: After an accident nearly takes his life, eccentric genius inventor Justice St. John and his equally unconventional uncle devise a computer program to find the perfect wife. Attending a convention with the hope of meeting the finalists for the position, Justice runs into artist/writer Daisy Marcellus, but before he can recognize her as the young girl who nearly ruined his life, he’s bedded her — and tossed her out. Nearly two years later, Daisy arrives on his doorstep with their daughter. Justice soon finds his neatly defined life thrown into an uproar with a beautiful artist, her tea-drinking housekeeper and a precocious child taking over. Leclaire proves she’s one of the best with this delightful throwback to the screwball romantic comedies of the 30s. Perfectly charming.