Paperback: 384 PagesAges: 18+Contemporary Romance
Pia was your typical popular girl in high school – she made friends easily, cheered on the squad, and had her share of dates with the school jocks. But she’s always had a hard time committing to something, or someone.
So when her best friend Crystal succumbs to cancer, Pia is devastated, but also shocked by the inheritance her friend has left her – her frozen embryos! Pia’s in a quandary. It’s not like she can just throw them away. But is she really capable of being responsible for another human being?
For once, Pia throws caution to the wind and decides to embrace Crystal’s legacy. But as she struggles with her decision, another complication arises that Pia is totally unprepared for. She finally meets the man of her dreams…and her life becomes more confusing than she ever thought possible.
I think Susan Mallery outdid herself Finding Perfect!
Finding Perfect is my favorite of the three, mostly because I feel like I relate to Pia the most. More in regards to attitude and how she deals with situations at hand. But ill say this, I wouldn't think twice if a hunky millionaire tells me he wants to take care of ME! Ill be all for it!
So in Finding Perfect Pia finds out her "BFF" Crystal leaves her 3 embryos. That put Pia in a predicament of what to do. She kept thinking and asking herself, why would Crystal leave her those embryos? And what was she going to do with them? As she finds herself pondering on what to do, she meets Raoul and he becomes intrigued by her. Everyone treats him like hes a celebrity, but Pia, and he couldnt make himself not think of her. After finding out about Pia's situation, he couldnt help admiring her even more now. Giving her an option he felt she could not refuse, only opened up something even more intriguing. Love.
I really enjoyed reading this book. Susan Mallery is a master at what she does. Hooking us into a world where love is everywhere and a place where happiness is always found. 5 stars out 5...and a definite Good Choice for Reading.