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Her Perfect Affair

(Matched to Perfection #2)

3.60  ·  Rating details ·  260 ratings  ·  59 reviews
The Fernandez sisters have always had big dreams, and the talent and drive to pursue them. And in this sunny, spicy new series, each one will discover that success is that much sweeter when love follows . . .

Rosa Fernandez doesn't act on impulse—she's the responsible one, planning her career with precision, finally landing a job as the librarian at conservative Queen of Pe
Mass Market Paperback, 321 pages
Published March 27th 2018 by Zebra Shout
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After being massively impressed with Priscila Oliveras' debut romance, I fully expected to have a similarly successful experience with Her Perfect Affair. Unfortunately, that wasn't meant to be, and instead I spent most of the book trapped with a moody, hormonal heroine, a bland whitebread hero, and a style of drama that I can only describe as "much ado about nothing." Oh, and Catholic Guilt. Never forget the Catholic Guilt.

Her Perfect Affair is a fairly textbook example of the "surprise pregnan
Maria Rose
Priscilla Oliveras had a successful debut romance with His Perfect Partner, the first in the Matched to Perfection series about three Puerto Rican sisters finding love amid the laughter and tears of everyday life. I enjoyed that story, though I did find it quite emotional as the women deal with their father’s cancer diagnosis. There are happier times ahead as Her Perfect Affair begins with a wedding celebration for the couple from book one. It’s a thoroughly enjoyable romance where a seductive n ...more
N.G. Peltier
I really enjoyed this as much as book 1 in the series. Jeremy and Rosa were so good together and as individuals. While this one was a low heat level like book 1 (one closed door sex scene) there were some steamier make out scenes ;) with lots of great tension.

I love how Priscilla Oliveras centres family as an important theme. The potential one between Rosa and Jeremy (she's carrying his child), Rosa's sisters and Jeremy's parents, as well as the family Rosa has created with her poetry students.
Apr 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Puerto Rican school librarian heroine and an unspecified white tech bro hero and a Harlequin Romance vibe. It had no on-page sex, which I know some people are always looking for.
Oct 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
The first book in this series, His Perfect Partner, was one of my favorite romances last year. In that book, you could tell there was something between Rosa and Jeremy, so I was quite excited to read this one.

As hinted in the first book, Rosa has a major crush on Jeremy. In fact, that sounds a bit juvenile--Rosa is pretty much in love with Jeremy. But they are very good friends and she doesn't want to mess up their friendship. Jeremy, who has just moved back to Chicago, was a rock for her after
I'll be honest, I really struggled with this book, and in particular the heroine. While I understood Rosa's reasons for being guarded and for not wanting to be in a relationship with Jeremy by default, she consistently refused to give him any agency for the choices he was making--it was all he was doing this because he had to, because it was the right thing, and she never once considered it was because he wanted to. And you know what, I get that was the point, that she had her own trauma that sh ...more
nick (the infinite limits of love)

His Perfect Affair was actually the first book I read from Priscilla Oliveras and it was while reading this book that I realized that I most definitely needed to go back and read the first just because I needed more of the Fernandez sisters. I know the heroine in His Perfect Affair did not work for everyone, but being a lover of flawed heroines, I didn't have as much of a big issue with her.

This book tells the story of Rosa Fernandes, who has a one-night stand with a good friend and winds u
Kate (Beyond Bookish)
3.5⭐️ While I loved the first book in this trilogy, book 2 was just ok. The writing was great but I found myself annoyed with the heroine in story—very hot and cold. It also doesn’t help that this romance has one of my least favorite tropes. 😕
Leigh Kramer
There are no words for how much I adored this book! It’s a Latinx contemporary romance with a librarian heroine and a surprise baby plot and it made me so happy. It also gave me a lot of feels because the characters are working through big internal conflicts, like self-worth and belonging, and it was so moving to watch them grow through the course of the novel. Rosa was such a booknerd and Jeremy was so supportive. These two had major feelings for one another but they both worried about losing t ...more
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I loved Priscilla Oliveras’ debut novel, His Perfect Partner, so I was pretty stoked when I got approved for the sequel ARC. While Her Perfect Affair didn’t manage to charm me the way its predecessor did, this book still has some strengths I appreciate.

Her Perfect Affair follows the second Fernandez sister, Rosa. Rosa’s the straitlaced one of the three sisters, the rules follower and ‘good girl’, until one night she decided to follow her hear
Cristina (My Tiny Obsessions)
This was my first book by Priscilla Oliveras, though I wish I'd read His Perfect Partner, because Yas and Tomas and Maria sounded perfect together and cute as hell. Either way, so this was my first book by the author, and I was encouraged to request it by Lisa, who had read and liked the first book of the series.

I enjoyed quite a few things in this book, such as the story. The story and plot were strong, I really like the friends to lovers vibe going on here, and I liked the connecting between J
Dec 30, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My biggest complaint with this book is folks did not use their words! Rosa made some pretty big assumptions and it annoyed me and if she'd have just spoken out about her feelings a lot of problems could have been avoided. That being said Jeremey was also guilty of not using his words either. He was far too hesitant with Rosa and if he had just said what he was thinking/feeling when it happened he could have saved himself a whole heap of trouble.

It wouldn't have been as fun a book to read if the
Dani (Dani's Bookshelf)
Jul 03, 2019 rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2019
I did not like this book at all.

I think the crux of it for me is that a lot of the romance seems to happen before this book even starts (I did not read book one, btw), so I never really got a sense of why they were interested in each other, which made it hard to root for their HEA. And frankly, nothing really even happened in this book. She got pregnant and kept pushing him away until all of a sudden she didn't and they got an HEA.

I also think a lot of important conversations happened off-page
patrick Lorelli
May 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: romance
In this second book in the series you are set with the wedding that you were left with in the last book. The three sisters now must move on without their father and since the oldest one Yazmine is marrying you are wondering which sister this book is going to focus on. You finally realize that Rosa the middle sister who has been organizing her sister’s wedding is the one. Jeremy and Rosa hit it off in the last book and though he started off as Yazmine friend the two of them have been attracted to ...more
A Klue
Having enjoyed book 1, His Perfect Partner, I was excited to receive an advanced reader copy of the next book in this series, Her Perfect Affair. Unfortunately, the second book was unfolding at such a snail pace by midway through I found myself no longer engaged in the storyline. The author was simply taking too long to tell this romantic tale. Other than the big reveal near the beginning, nothing significant was happening. I forced myself to finish it, and only accomplished that by skimming ove ...more
Jun 25, 2018 rated it did not like it
Shelves: could-not-finish
I couldnt finish it. At first I was really enjoying it, but it didn't take long for it to lose my interest. I may have thrown the book down when she was diagnosed with HG, and instead of offering medication (which exists and works because I had HG my entire pregnancy) the doctor prescribes bed rest. I guess that was just a bit too much to make me suapend disbelief. ...more
Mar 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Wow! I can't say enough good things about Ms Oliveras! I may like this second book even better than the first, and that's a shocker. ...more
Lauren loves llamas
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I enjoyed the first book in this series, His Perfect Partner, so I was looking forward to Rosa’s book. While there’s obviously extra depth to the story if you’ve read the previous book, I think this could be read as a standalone. Overall, this is a sweet ode to family and an exploration of obligation and sacrifice.

Rosa, the middle Fernandez daughter, is the caretaker of the family, who stepped up to become the replacement mom aft
Wow what a refreshing read. Best overall thoughts. This is a truly romantic book. A slowburn. Attraction is expressed right away with sex (no erotica in this) yet after that love is expressed through everyday actions. Things you dream your man would do. With characters with well defined characters I wish I could meet in person. I rarely rate a book like this five stars. I am more of an intense emotion, intense storyline reader. So this factor alone should encourage others to pick it up.

How I d
Mar 27, 2018 rated it really liked it

Rosa Fernandez has always been the sister that does the right thing ever since she lost her mom, but when she decides to have a night of fun with Jeremy Taylor, she never imagined she'd end up pregnant. Struggling to deal with the news, she can't help but shut Jeremy out. Luckily though, he's determined to prove he's not going anywhere. Will Jeremy be able to win Rosa's heart, or will she let the fact that they're too different with him being wealthy and having a high profile lifestyle keep them
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Apr 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is the second book in Priscilla's Matched to Perfection series, which features the 3 Fernandez sisters. The first book in the series, His Perfect Partner focused on the oldest sister, Yazmine. The third in the series, Their Perfect Meolody, which comes out in December, will focus on the youngest sister, Lilí. This middle book, though, focuses on the middle sister, Rosa, and her relationship with Jeremy Taylor. Jeremy is a family friend and someone with whom Rosa has wanted to pursue a relat ...more
Danielle Urban
Jul 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
Her Perfect Affair by Priscilla Oliveras delivered on heat, sassy heroines, and a romantic story. A young Puerto Rican woman is determined to stay the good girl. She works hard and does not allow herself to play just as hard. Until her sister's wedding, Rosa Fernandez finds herself wishing about a romance with a particular man. Little does she know, but fate has granted her a wish come true. It seems like the perfect story. But in reality Rosa gets a taste of it for a bit. A tease of what could ...more
Jul 05, 2019 rated it it was ok
Found via this roundup of underrated authors. Despite the low rating I'm glad they brought the author to my attention and if my library picks up the first in this series i will look forward to reading it; looks much more my cup of tea. Rosa and her sisters were such wonderful characters, I'd be happy to spend more time with them.

There was a lot to love in this one, it just fell way short for me. Rosa figuring out what "doing the right thing" meant for her and her family, faith, and career was ni
May 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
Jeremy is dealing with his past as well as he can, trying to handle his own placement in his family. What he didn’t expect is Rosa Fernandez and what happens next.

Rosa the middle sister of the Fernandez sister holds a secret that could change her life in ways she never could imagine.

Rosa and Jeremy are in the getting to know you stage even though Jeremy has always been a part of her family growing up. Passions builds between them... more

Supporting characters are quite simply wonderful. Yaz and L
Jennifer Pierson
Mar 29, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is the first book that I've read by Priscilla Oliveras, and I really enjoyed it. It did take me a bit to get fully engrossed, but I believe it's because I didn't read Book 1 first, even though this one is about another Fernandez sister. Rosa is the good girl, Catholic school librarian that no one thought would act on an impulse with Jeremy like she did. But she's had a secret crush on him for a while, so when the opportunity came up to hook up with him, she took a big chance that normally s ...more
Jul 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Her Perfect Affair
By: Priscilla Oliveras
Narrated by: Carmen Vine
Heartwarming friends to lovers romance
Overall 5 out of 5 stars Performance 5 out of 5 stars Story 5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed: 07-01-18

Priscilla Oliveras once again gives her readers a wonderful story in this the second book in the Matched to Perfection series about the Fernandez sisters. Rosa and Jeremy were interesting characters, both trying to figure out what they really need and want out of life. Their individual roads to self d
Migdalia Hettler
Jun 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I love Priscilla Oliveras’ sweetly sensual romance novels filled with love of familia and Puertorrican culture. Oliveras’ love stories will make you laugh and cry! I love the Hispanic flare of phrases, food, culture and love of familia. In Rosa’s story, HER PERFECT AFFAIR, we can see clearly the difference in the Fernandez sisters. Yazmine (the oldest and heroine of book 1, HIS PERFECT PARTNER) is very sure of herself and her goals; Rosa, on the other hand, is very conservative and making sure t ...more
100 Pages per Hour
Feb 12, 2021 rated it really liked it
This book was amazing. It wasn't at all what I expected but I loved it.

Rosa was so passive in the first book her sudden bravery (at times) in this book shocked me! But it was great to see that other side of her. I also liked getting to know her better in light of how her past affected her present. I especially loved her relationship with her students even if poetry is definitely not my thing.

I was completely endeared to Jeremy already from book one. He was such a good friend to Yaz - dependable
Adele Buck
Feb 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
Priscilla Oliveras' second Fernandez sisters book is another charmer. We get even more insight into the three sisters' relationship and differences, without at all detracting from the (very bumpy) way Rosa and Jeremy feel their way into their relationship.

I'm usually not a closed-door romance reader, but these books work for me. Oliveras' work is so textured and layered, you feel like you're inside the Fernandez home. You can smell the food. It's like the door gets thrown open and you, the read
Tea DeLuca
Feb 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Priscilla Oliveras hits a home run with Rosa's story, the second of the Fernandez sisters. She invites the reader to understand the conflicts and the emotions of the pretty librarian while
immersing us into the Latino culture. Her characters are well developed, and by the end of the
book, both Jeremy and Rosa are one of my favorite book couples.

The author tells a complete, well-thought out story embedded in real values, charged with emotional highs and lows, and with an anxiously awaited happily
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PRISCILLA OLIVERAS is a USA Today bestselling author and 2018 RWA® RITA® double finalist who writes contemporary romance with a Latinx flavor. Proud of her Puerto Rican-Mexican heritage, she strives to bring authenticity to her novels by sharing her Latinx culture with readers. She and her work have earned praise from the Washington Post, New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Redbook, Publishers W ...more

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