Perfect Fit

Perfect Fit

Large Print - 2013
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A New York Times Bestselling Author -- In the picturesque town of Serendipity, New York, three siblings grew up in the shadow of their proud and respected police chief father. But what does fate have in store for this next generation? Always feeling like the odd man out in his family, Michael Marsden wanted to make it on his own. So he left Serendipity to become an undercover cop in Manhattan. But Michael's independence is compromised when he returns to replace his sick father as chief of police. Back in the shadow of his family, Michael is as lost and restless as ever.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Wheeler Pub., 2013
Edition: Large Print ed. --
ISBN: 9781410457189
Characteristics: 435 p. --


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Apr 14, 2016

(Serendipity's Finest bk 1) Mike Marsden, police chief, & Cara Hartley, cop

Nov 08, 2013

1/11 - Perfect Fit was almost a perfect book. If only Mike's internal monologue hadn't been on a constant loop of "can't make a permanent connection with Cara because I can't stay in one place for long" because that's all he ever seemed to be thinking. Every time we heard what he was thinking it was some variation on that theme and it got a bit irritating. I felt like telling Phillips that she didn't need to beat the idea that he doesn't like to be tied down into our brains, a few mentions of it and his actions throughout the book would have been sufficient to make it stick. In general, I liked the town of Serendipity with it's constant rotation of happily/married-ever-afters. Almost every character mentioned is part of a couple, and most of those couples are reasonably recently married which makes me think that all these couples had their own book prior to Perfect Fit. I really want to read more about this town and all its newly married couples and look forward to reading previous and subsequent books in the series.

Apr 30, 2013

Perfect read! Loved the characters and the character development. You really feel for these characters. I can't wait for more

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Apr 30, 2013

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