Finding Perfect (Fool’s Gold, Book 3)

Finding Perfect (Fool’s Gold, Book 3)

Finding Perfect (Fool's Gold, Book 3)

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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

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  1. Nakia Beverly says:
    16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Can’t get past the premise…, December 14, 2010
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    This review is from: Finding Perfect (Fool’s Gold, Book 3) (Mass Market Paperback)
    I am only seven chapters into this book, and I’m ready to just give it up. The premise is SOOOOOOO IMPLAUSIBLE!!!

    The heroine, Pia is mourning the loss of her friend when she finds out that she has inherited her FROZEN EMBRYOS??? Her friend didn’t tell her in advance, and she’s supposed to drop everything, with NO HUSBAND, no house, and not much money to have TRIPLETS??? SOMEONE ELSE’S TRIPLETS?!? That’s just ridiculous and unbelievable. Especially for a character who is described as not even being able to take care of a house plant. I kept feeling like my intelligence was being insulted. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for outrageously romantic, unbelievable story lines, but this was just too much. I liked the first book in the series…The second, not as much, but ok…But this one? I’m not even sure I’ll make it to the end…

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  2. Leanne Reynolds says:
    15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Classic Mallery. I loved this book!, September 8, 2010
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    Leanne Reynolds (USA) –

    This review is from: Finding Perfect (Fool’s Gold, Book 3) (Mass Market Paperback)
    I disagree with some of the other reviews. This is a really good book and I’m liking the series. I like that we see people from other books. That makes me want to read more. I liked Pia and really understood why she was willing to have her friend’s babies. I don’t know if I could do that, but I like to think I could. Raoul was what my daughter calls one of my “typical sexy hero guys.” I just smile. I mean why would I read a romance about an ugly guy who wasn’t sexy? She’ll figure it out when she’s a little older.

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  3. Shelleyrae says:
    11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Warmth & Heart, October 26, 2010
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    Shelleyrae (Australia) –
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    This review is from: Finding Perfect (Fool’s Gold, Book 3) (Mass Market Paperback)
    If you can overlook some of the more unlikely scenarios in this novel, it’s a sweet romance with an unusual premise.
    Pia’s closest friend has passed away after a battle with cancer, and Pia has not inherited her cat as expected, but instead Crystal’s three frozen and fertilised embryo’s.
    Pia’s agonising over the decision she now faces has some authenticity, though really it is never in doubt what she will choose to do. New to the town, Raoul by amazing coincidence, met Crystal’s late husband in Afghanistan, and feeling partially responsible for his death, offers to support Pia through her pregnancy. Though unrealistic, it’s a unique start to their burgeoning romance. Pia is sufficiently complex to be interesting and likeable. I liked Raoul too, yet his characterisation is awkward. I can see that Mallery tries to justify Raoul’s contradictions between his emotions and his actions, but it didn’t quite resolve for me.
    What I don’t think was handled well were the realities of IVF. Too many women have had some sort of relationship to the process to be fobbed off with this more romantic view. Mallery has tried to justify the events with optimistic possibilities, but it doesn’t work because the reality for most is so different, except in terms of the storyline.
    What I did appreciate is that Mallery writes with warmth and heart about her characters and the town. I did enjoy the story and would happily read more by the author. Finding Perfect is a thoroughly contemporary romance novel, with an unusual premise for the romantic at heart.

    shelleyrae @ book’d out

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