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A Perfect Fit (A DiCarlos Brides novel, book 1)

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6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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Thank goodness the author provided a list of characters in the beginning, because while this first book focuses on Cami and Vince's relationship, there are so many other characters involved it tends to get a bit confusing.

The good thing about this book and all its ch...
Thank goodness the author provided a list of characters in the beginning, because while this first book focuses on Cami and Vince's relationship, there are so many other characters involved it tends to get a bit confusing.

The good thing about this book and all its characters is that it provides a decent amount of background information on each potential couple/person so we'll know what things to expect in that couple's/person's story.

While I personally enjoy my books steamy and this book was strictly PG13, it was a very enjoyable read. It was a nice blend of characters. A little mystery and some action thrown in as well. Story line was creative and thought out. There were a few grammatical errors, missing words and punctuation marks and that really distracts the reader from the story.

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posted by Ayliphelet on November 21, 2013

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

I sort of struggled with this book and I couldn¿t decide at firs

I sort of struggled with this book and I couldn’t decide at first why it was I didn’t immediately like it. I could have been that the story is about one couple, but ALL the sisters are involved in this book as the set up to the series begins. The names of the girls were...
I sort of struggled with this book and I couldn’t decide at first why it was I didn’t immediately like it. I could have been that the story is about one couple, but ALL the sisters are involved in this book as the set up to the series begins. The names of the girls were all about flowers but I couldn’t really remember what each girl was supposed to be in charge of in the running of the Hotel their father forced them into working in. They are all sisters, but only 2 share the same mother and the other 3 have different mothers. They struggle to come to terms with their relationships as sisters, and their feelings for their cheating father. And though I did like that part of the story where I could see the inner turmoil and how they interacted with each other and eventually learned to get along. It was still difficult to grasp the love story I wanted to read about because of all the extra family involved in the plot. 
I totally guessed the “bad guys”. One right from the start and the other pretty quickly afterward so it was kind of predictable, but there were still fun twists and surprises I didn’t see at first. The whole issue the “Bad guy” had was a little cheesy and overblown, but desperate people do desperate things.
The love story should have had me riveted, but it kinda happened really fast, then they started sleeping together (though nothing is given in detail so it could still be considered basically a clean romance) and I was really annoyed. Their kissing started to get boring for me since there was no “sexual tension” because they were already a couple, just afraid to commit to the long term relationship at first.  I’m sure I’ll read the others that come out for the series (the teaser for book 2 at the end of this book 1 was interesting), but I’m not dying for them right away. 

posted by LauraBastian on May 28, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2013

    Typos.

    Gosh do typos ruin books for me. I understand the book is free but if i were a writer even if i were putting out a free book i would still make sure it was it was as free from typos and gramatical errors as possible. Not one in every chapter. The story also bugged me because there wasnt really apoint where the two main charactors have a real issue in their relationship that either will make or break them its just happy all the time. It was well written, in that the story flowedreally well. There was no mention of sex at all for people who like or dislike those kind of romace books. I dont know of i would read the other books in the series. It might be really interesting to read a couple of the other sisters books just to see if there are fireworks from all the attitude being thrown off between them and the impending husbands...

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 28, 2013

    I sort of struggled with this book and I couldn¿t decide at firs

    I sort of struggled with this book and I couldn’t decide at first why it was I didn’t immediately like it. I could have been that the story is about one couple, but ALL the sisters are involved in this book as the set up to the series begins. The names of the girls were all about flowers but I couldn’t really remember what each girl was supposed to be in charge of in the running of the Hotel their father forced them into working in. They are all sisters, but only 2 share the same mother and the other 3 have different mothers. They struggle to come to terms with their relationships as sisters, and their feelings for their cheating father. And though I did like that part of the story where I could see the inner turmoil and how they interacted with each other and eventually learned to get along. It was still difficult to grasp the love story I wanted to read about because of all the extra family involved in the plot. 
    I totally guessed the “bad guys”. One right from the start and the other pretty quickly afterward so it was kind of predictable, but there were still fun twists and surprises I didn’t see at first. The whole issue the “Bad guy” had was a little cheesy and overblown, but desperate people do desperate things.
    The love story should have had me riveted, but it kinda happened really fast, then they started sleeping together (though nothing is given in detail so it could still be considered basically a clean romance) and I was really annoyed. Their kissing started to get boring for me since there was no “sexual tension” because they were already a couple, just afraid to commit to the long term relationship at first.  I’m sure I’ll read the others that come out for the series (the teaser for book 2 at the end of this book 1 was interesting), but I’m not dying for them right away. 

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 18, 2013

    I would recommend

    I enjoyed reading this book

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