Saturday, October 21, 2017

Review: His Perfect Partner

His Perfect Partner His Perfect Partner by Priscilla Oliveras
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Yazmine Fernandez has always believed in "family first", so she's not impressed by busy executive Tomas Garcia's being MIA from his young daughter's father/daughter dance practice. She's got enough on her mind with caring for her ailing father while focusing on trying to get her New York dance career back on track. But the handsome ad exec and his adorable daughter Maria are making it hard for Yazmine to keep focused.

Tomas is hesitant to get involved with dating a woman focused on her career to the exclusion of her loved ones, but Maria needs what the graceful dance teacher can offer...and Maria's father is finding it hard to resist her as well.

Oliveras' debut novel is a sweet tale of family, friendship and making the tough choices, especially when one's in the "sandwich generation", caring for elderly parents as well as seeing to the needs of children. The dynamics of a loving Latino family also pull at Tomas and Yazmine, and readers will find a lot to enjoy in this new series.

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