Image of Perfect Together (Serendipity's Finest)


Image of Perfect Together (Serendipity's Finest)

Phillips’s sixth Serendipity novel is a fun read. As always, the romance is straightforward and central to the story, the people and town are charming but not cloying, and the villains are bad enough to keep the action going without inserting nastiness into the story. Don’t miss any of these tales, but read them in order for the best effect.

Nicole Farnsworth may have met the town of Serendipity — and hot police officer Sam Marsden — under bad circumstances, but when she decides to leave behind the society life that her parents are trying to force her into, the town that soothed her spirit last time she visited seems like the best place to reinvent her life. Sam has lived in Serendipity all his life, and even after his fiancée ran off with his best friend, he is determined to stay in the town that his family calls home. His vow to not give his heart to another woman is easy to keep until Nicole comes to town. Nicole also has a past and secrets, which makes him wary. Can these two wounded souls both make a new life — together? (BERKLEY, Feb., 320 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Bunny Callahan