Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Perfect Partners Review

Perfect Partners
By Carly Phillips

About the book:

No sooner had Chelsie Russell and Griffin Stuart lost their siblings in a car crash than they find themselves fighting for custody of their two year old niece. Griff wins only to discover Chelsie is the only one who can soothe the child’s night terrors and fears.  Chelsie and Griff bond over the little girl and their growing sexual desire is mutual.  But is it enough? Chelsie’s been hurt before and Griff isn’t sure he can trust the woman who once tried to take his niece away.  What will it take for them to realize they are … perfect partners?

Pub. Date: June 2011
Publisher: InkWell Publishing

My Review:

I read Perfect Partners by Carly Phillips in one afternoon.  Perfect Partners was a heart-warming romance story between Chelsie Russell and Griffin Stuart.  While they know each other through family ties, the story begins in the courtroom where they are fighting over custody of their niece Alix.  Chelsie and Griffin both lost their siblings, which left Alix without guardians.  After Griffin wins custody of Alix, Chelsie and Griffin bond over the little girl.  Griffin asks Chelsie for help with caring for Alix as she is having trouble adjusting to her parents not being around and being in a new living situation.  As they spend more time together, Chelsie and Griff become closer as friends and then as lovers. 

Two people who are related through marriage are forced to work together to tackle parenthood.  They work together to take care of their niece, all the while juggling their busy schedules as lawyers. 

Both Chelsie and Griff come from rough childhoods and backgrounds.  Chelsie isn’t close with her parents and she eventually pulled away from her sister.  She was also married to a man who abused her and left her emotional scarred and unable to have a baby.  When Griff was 12 years old, his mother walked out on the family wanting more material things.  His father was working full time and having a hard time adjusting to being a single father.  In turn, Griff took over to help raise his younger brother.  Griff’s last girlfriend left him because she wanted the material things just like his mother left him. 

With Chelsie’s abusive background and Griff’s background with the women in his life leaving him, they both had issues with the opposite sex.  Chelsie and Griff discover their love and devotion for each other and their niece.  Could their love make the instant family they both want? 

I loved reading Perfect Partners.  It’s about two very different people who happen to be in the same profession and make it work for their niece.  Two people who work together to make a steady home for the little girl that captured their hearts. 

Perfect Partners can be purchased online at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords.

Disclosure: The opinions provided are my own and not influenced by anyone else.  I did not receive any financial compensation for this post.  I received free products to facilitate my review.


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