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    Foes to friends to lovers!

    Chelsie Russell has never gotten along with her parents who seem to think that money and status were more important than being a family. Chelsie is a lawyer and is representing her parents in a custody hearing for their 2 year old granddaughter, Alix. Since Chelsie's sister, Shannon, died in a car accident along with her husband Jared, Griffin Stuart, Jared's brother, was given custody of Alix. Chelsie's parents guilted her into pursuing the case against her own beliefs. Chelsie thought Griffin would be a much better provider for her niece than her own parents. Griffin may be thankful he won his custody case but he rebuffs Chelsie's attempt at an apology and an offer of help with Alix. Griffin is used to working long hours being an attorney, but now his life is totally changed having a two year old and it is not going well. When Chelsie stops over to visit Alix, the little girl is drawn to her because she looks like her mommy. At first Chelsie doesn't want to get to too close to Alix because of ghosts from her past but eventually Griffin convinces her that Alix needs Chelsie in her life too. Over the course of time Griffin and Chelsie start to realize that things they believed about each other were actually wrong and they started up a friendship in helping out with Alix. That friendship continue to grow until other feelings started to arise. Could these two attorneys work out their differences to give Alix the type of life she really needs? It was fun watching these two go from foes to friends to lovers. It was a great, sexy read that was full of a lot of emotions. I was so glad that Chelsie finally got the happy ending she was looking for her entire life.
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    Enemies to Friends to Lovers

    Perfect Partners by Carly Phillips is Book 2 in her Unexpected Love series and an updated version of one of her earliest books. In this story we meet Chelsie Russell and Griff Stuart. They are both lawyers who lost their siblings in a car crash and fight over custody of their orphaned niece. We follow these two as they work together to help with the adjustment of the little girl they both love. As they find ways to make this successful transition, these two become friends and then lovers. This was a sweet, fun and entertaining story with very likeable and authentic characters that you want to cheer on, hoping for that happy ending. The characters were well written with complex characteristics. The story line was riveting and kept my attention to the very end. I really loved reading this book and had trouble putting this book down. Although part of a series, this book is a standalone story. I highly recommend this book to other readers. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review
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    Perfect partner

    Loved to read this book, its itresting, emotional, and heart warming. Women struggle everyday with abuse emotional and physical.
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    As with all of Carly Phillips books shey keeps you intregiued right till the end. I liked this novel in particular because there were parts that I actually identified with. The single person become a father figure in the blink of an eye and finally realizing he and the child need a womans touch in their lives! I love this novel and all of Carly's books!
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    I like that this book, because it shined a light on wfe abuse. It doesn't matter your statistic or race. Wife abuse is sadly apart of life. *PID*She waited a year before she went to the doctor and founded out that she had PID, I didn't find this believable, with PID you are in unbearable pain. If the writer had said, six months or less I would have founded this more believable. *I liked the main two characters, they didn't play silly games, they let each other know how they were felt. I also hope the writer, write a book Ryan.
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