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Publisher Description

Brilliant, free-spirited Roxie Revito wants a baby and she wants Rhyder Remington’s DNA to get it. The man might be uptight and way too conservative, but he has an IQ that equals hers.

Rhyder’s not interested in the over-opinionated, pint-sized dynamo with too much attitude until she turns clinical on him and cites his duty to procreate genius. Of course, she’s thinking in vitro... of course, he’s not...

Desperate for a child, Roxie agrees to a proposed “arrangement” that includes a massive spreadsheet with formulas, schedules, and probabilities that calculate the best and quickest chance to reach her goal.

But neither has calculated the heat and desire they’ll generate with their “togetherness” and that threatens the perfect deal.

The Best Intentions series:

Book 1:  The Sweetest Deal

Book 2:  The Perfect Deal

Book 3:  TBD

Bonus: Included in this e-book is the first chapter of Paradise Found, Book 4 of That Second Chance series.

March 10
Mary Campisi Books, LLC
Mary Campisi Books, LLC

Customer Reviews

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The Perfect Deal

The Perfect Deal is a not quite enemies to lovers story about two geniuses who have aggravated each other since their first meeting because they cannot bear to see how alike they are. However, when Roxie decides the time has come for her to have a baby Rhyder is her first choice. She figures a child conceived using his sperm would have to be super intelligent, a most desirable trait, according to all her calculations and spreadsheets. Rhyder, naturally has other ideas. What follows is a cute, sexy relationship story filled with clever situations and barbs, as these two begin to realize that neither one is as immune to emotions as they want to be. These characters were introduced in The Sweetest Deal as supporting players and this book can be read as a standalone, but I recommend reading the first book just for their meet cute. Campisi has put a unique spin on a classic romance trope that made for a most enjoyable read. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book. Highly recommend.

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