About A Perfect Fit
Cami DiCarlo has always known what she wanted and where she belonged, but when her father dies, his will reveals huge secrets—four of them in the form of half sisters she never knew about—and his plans for her future, which aren’t at all what she had in mind.
She finds herself working alongside her sisters as they get ready to open the hotel for business, dealing with personality conflicts, and trying to find out who is trying to destroy the family name and ruin the hotel’s reputation before it even gets started.
Vince Talmadge, local landscape architect, seems miles away from the kind of man she usually dates, but the attraction flares between them from word one. Learning her father picked him out to be her future husband, she is not amused, but neither can she back off the path they’ve begun together. But can two people miles apart in so many ways really make things work?
I read A Perfect Fit once a long time ago. In order to read the rest of the series, I decided I wanted to re-read it. I’ve noticed that each of the other titles in the series have been going on sale for free on Amazon. This one is not as squeaky clean as some. I didn’t notice any language, but there is closed door sex in a couple of scenes.
The author did a fabulous job with the characters in this one. It’s told from the point of view of Cami, but she has 5 women with her, 4 of whom she learns in the first chapter are her sisters. And she’s going to have to live with said new sisters for a year!
I love the way the reader sees the characters grow to at least respect each other in this one. They pull together in a way that they wouldn’t have been able to if they hadn’t been forced to work and live together. I think there’s something to that for all of our lives. If we’re able to get along with people and actually learn to like them, things go so much smoother.
Cami is a great character! I loved her strength. And the way she’s able to learn and grow. I also really liked Vince. The reader does see things through his eyes as well. Their love story isn’t a smooth ride, but who really has that?
The plot of this one has plenty of danger. I loved the way the author included that! It made me want to keep reading to see who was behind all of the craziness that kept happening. I really enjoyed this one and can’t wait to read the rest.
I got a copy of this one free from Amazon.com.
What to read after A Perfect Fit
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