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Finding Perfect (Fool's Gold Series #3)

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  • Posted March 17, 2014

    Pia's dilemma with what to do with her best friend's embryos is

    Pia's dilemma with what to do with her best friend's embryos is compelling and I adored this heroine. She is gobsmacked with grief and life. She just goes but is such a lovely person. She is in later books in the series and I am huge fan of hers.




    Her backstory was not so believable or at least could have been better integrated.




    The hero is great when he is with Pia and less so when he isn't. He needs to be smacked up side the head at the end of the book. Honestly, I think he should have come to some understandings without the ultimatum the women of this town seemed destined to give. I think there was enough emotional mountains in this book that he could have realized his love without so much drama.




    The book tips into soap opera here and there and not in a good way. We get info dumps about the town like its a holiday weekend and we are just tuning in for example.




    Yet, I love Peter, a kid, and the issues of reproductions are examined for many angles in moving ways. And then, yea! Pia. lol




    So, I am enjoying the series (reading it all out of order as usual) but need a little break after this one I think.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2013

    Ok, and pretty predictable

    Pia and Raoul's story was romantic, but I felt like there wasn't too much effort put into the book. With bits and pieces from the first two books, I was more interested in those stories than this one. I started with this one because the first two weren't available in ebook format. Anyway, the synopsis says it all. Pia get's 3 embryo's from a close friend who passed away. 75% of the story is her freaking out about it. In the middle, Raoul makes the most unlikely offer to her and it takes her a while to really think about what she's agreed to. I'm assuming there'll be more about them in the next book. I'm not sure I'll read it though.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2013

    Sweet short story

    This was a really cute short story.

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  • Posted November 27, 2012

    more from this reviewer

    RECOMMEND

    I AM ENJOYING THIS SERIES VERY MUCH, HOPE IT CONTINUES. BONNIE

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  • Posted October 12, 2012

    Good but not great

    It's a good story but I just saw how "out there" it was. It was cute just pretty far fetched and wasn't as romantic as the other books.

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  • Posted December 19, 2010

    Not Good

    This book was better than the second in the series, but not as good as the first one. I did not like the female lead, Pia. She spends the book not understanding why Crystal (a friend from the town) leaves her something and then she finally figures it out. When that happens in the book and she shares the revelation, I found myself saying out loud "That's it?" The male lead is shown to have certain parts to his personality and then at the end he does something that I understand is for dramatic effect but is so out of character for him, I was completely confused. I hope this doesn't mean the author is losing her touch, because she was a fave up until this series.

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