A Perfect Fit by Heather Tullis

December 27, 2012 | 2 Comments

Cami DiCarlo doesn’t agree with her father that her life has been stuck in a rut, so she is not happy when he forces her hand into heading up guest services at his newest five-star hotel. The fact that he unveils the existence of five half-sisters at the same time, and insists that they live together while they launch the new resort only makes things worse.

When she meets Vince, the sweet, sexy landscaper her father would never have approved of, Cami can’t say no. If only she could be sure she was on the right track—and that they will be able to stop the person who is trying to destroy everything she and her sisters are working to build.

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Title: A Perfect Fit (DiCarlo Brides, Book 1)

Author: Heather Tullis

Publisher: Jelly Bean Press

Release Date: December 25, 2012


Size: 208 pages, ebook

Genre: Romance

2 responses to “A Perfect Fit by Heather Tullis

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    I have mixed feelings about this book and series. I liked certain aspects of the story and the characters, but the “background” element of the father’s several affairs (resulting in the group of half-sisters) just kept bugging me. It should be noted that this is not a “clean” read, especially in terms of LDS fiction (nothing detailed or graphic, but “behind closed doors”).

  2. Julie

    I’m not a fan of the premise of this book, but it makes for an interesting series. A cheating father. 6 half-sisters (two were full siblings) who didn’t know about each other. All thrown together to open a hotel that their father built for them before his death. I didn’t like the main character; I was disappointed in her, but she did grow and change. The rest of the books tell the stories of the other sisters.

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