His Perfect Partner
Book 1, Matched to Perfection
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Three very different Latina sisters. Three dazzling talents with ambition—and passion—to burn. And in this warm-hearted, sexy new series, three chances to figure out if the path to success can also lead to lasting love . . .
Ad executive Tomás Garcia shouldn't even be thinking about his daughter’s alluring dance teacher, Yazmine Fernandez. Burned by a shattering divorce, he's laser-focused on his career—and giving his young daughter, Maria, the secure home she deserves. Plus, he's certain that with her talent, Yaz will be leaving Chicago and heading back to Broadway as soon as she can. But Yaz's generous spirit and caring concern are sparking a desire Tomás can't resist—and doesn't want to let go . . .
For Yaz, good-looking workaholics like Tomás simply can't be part of her life ever again. She owes it to herself to get back her confidence and fulfill the dreams her papá could not. She's glad to spend time with Maria—and taste the family life she feels she can never have. And she’s sure that she and Tomás can keep their attraction under control because there's so much at stake. But each unexpected intimacy, each self-revelation, makes the fire between them grow hotter with every step—and every risk to their hearts . . .
“Page-turning plot, great characters, a sparkling debut!” —Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author
“Warm and witty, this wonderful debut novel from Priscilla Oliveras celebrates the best of love and family. Looking forward to more from this fabulous author!” —Shirley Jump, New York Times bestselling author
Witty, warm, wonderfully written. The story made me laugh and cry
This is the first book I've read by Priscilla Oliveras and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
I knew nothing about Purerto Rican culture and I really enjoyed how she threaded in the language, foods and strong belief in family. The romance between Yaz and Tomas was wonderfully choreographed. Also playing a big part were their relationships with their families. All the characters were likable and well developed as was the plot. I was surprised that this was the authors debut novel as it read so well.
I definately will be reading more of Priscilla Oliveras' work in the future.