Now in trade paperback for the first time, USA Today bestselling author Priscilla Oliveras’ highly acclaimed Latinx contemporary romance celebrates Puerto Rican culture, the importance of family, and the language of dance. Redbook Best Romances of the Year Booklist 10 Best Romance Debuts of the Year
“Warm, sweet and spicy in just the right amounts...a delicious read!” —Kristan Higgins, New York Times bestselling author
Three very different Latina sisters. Three dazzling talents with ambition—and passion—to burn. And in this warm-hearted, romantic series from acclaimed USA Today bestselling author Priscilla Oliveras, three chances to figure out if the path to success can also lead to lasting love . . .
Ad executive Tomás Garcia shouldn't even be thinking about his daughter’s alluring dance teacher, Yazmine Fernandez. Burned by his divorce, he's laser-focused on his career—and giving his young daughter, Maria, the secure home she deserves. But Yazmine’s generous, caring spirit is sparking a desire Tomás can't resist—and doesn't want to let go . . .
For Yaz, good-looking workaholics like Tomás simply can't be part of her life ever again. She owes it to herself to get back her confidence and fulfill the dreams her papá could not. She's glad to spend time with Maria—and she’s sure that she and Tomás can keep their attraction under control when there's so much at stake. But each unexpected intimacy, each self-revelation, makes the fire between them grow hotter with every step—and every risk to their hearts . . .
About the Author
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. Her work has garnered praise from O, The Oprah Magazine, Washington Post, New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Publishers Weekly, and Booklist, among others. Priscilla earned her MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University and now serves as adjunct faculty in the program while also teaching the online class “Romance Writing” for ed2go.