3.5 of 5 Stars NHL defenseman, Antony Laurent, meets, esthetician, Maxine Nicholls, who is on the rebound after catching her fiancé cheating on her. This sports romance takes place in Toronto and Florida. It is suitable for adult audience. I felt bad for Max. Her ex-fiancé, Johnny, really messed with her self-confidence. Anthony is much better for her. I love that he likes her the way she is. I like Anthony. He feels guilty for his brother’s accident. He’s worried about being sent down to the minors. He pushes himself hard to take care of his family. I appreciate that Max and Anthony both have issues they overcome in this novel. They have interesting friends and family. I like Carmine. He gave Max good advice and was a sweet man. I like how the characters evolved in the story, especially Marc toward the end of the novel. It took me a little while to get into this story. I enjoyed it more as I kept reading it. I like the nail polish names and their significance throughout the book. I also thought the name Max considered for her business clever. I enjoyed the ending. It made the story feel well concluded. I would like to see a sequel with Marc and Kayla. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
To get to the pie in the sky, a few missteps have to be taken. The Right Fit is a culmination of how finding Mr. Wrong can end up leading to Mr. Right. Maxine lost her heart to a playboy and was left with regret and sorrow. So when she decides to shake up her world and revitalize her love life, she gets more than she ever dreamed. A sexy sports star could be just the antidote to breathe new life into a wounded heart and give her that forever love she longs for. The Right Fit delivers, attitude with caliente.
4 Star Review of The Right Fit by Daphne Dubois Daphne Dubois is a new author to me. The Right Fit is a sports romance and is a sweet love story. Maxine Nicholls is struggling to come to terms with a cheating fiancé and getting her life back on track. When her sister suggests rebound sex with a stranger, Maxine has no idea what is in store for her. Antony Laurent is a Toronto ice hockey player. When an accidentally meeting puts Maxine and Antony together she has no idea who he is. The chemistry between them ignites into a blaze of passion which neither expected. Will Antony and Maxine take a chance and in turn find that they are indeed The Right Fit? The Right Fit is a little slow at times but overall is a good read that I enjoyed.