quarta-feira, 15 de maio de 2013

[Crítica] Finding Perfect, de Susan Mallery

Finding Perfect (Fool's Gold, #3)Finding Perfect by Susan Mallery
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


When Pia O'Brian's best friend dies, Pia expects to inherit her cherished cat. Instead, the woman leaves Pia three frozen embryos. With a disastrous track record in the romance department and the parenting skills of a hamster, Pia doesn't think she's meant for motherhood. But determined to do the right thing, Pia decides to become a single mother. Only to meet a gorgeous, sexy hunk the very same day.
A former foster-care kid now rich beyond his wildest dreams, Raoul Moreno runs a camp for needy children in Fool's Gold, California. After his last relationship, Raoul thought he was done with women and commitment. Still, he can't get sweet, sexy Pia out of his mind—and proposes a crazy plan. But can such an unconventional beginning really result in the perfect ending?

Gostei muito! As personagens, o enredo... foi tudo muito bom! :)

Adorei rever o Raoul, o Hawk e a Nicole, da trilogia Bakery Sisters, de Mallery. Adoro quando a autora faz crossovers com as suas sagas, só tive pena de não rever a Jesse e o Matt, os protagonistas do meu livro favorito de Mallery.

Concluindo, gostei muito. Já não lia nada da autora há algum e agora, com este livro, fiquei com aquela sede... hehe :)

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