Hello Smexy readers! Can you believe we made it here? The last Dreamers story and this one is our M/F. Y’a’ll I love these two and their playlist probably my favorite of the series. it’s the perfect mix of breakup songs and old skool Latinx. I mean I start with Selena and we go from there. These songs are a great way to send off this series just as Pris and Juanpa are ideal to send off the Dreamers. Their love story is a hard-won one but it’s also one that everyone in their lives is invested in. All of the Dreamers make an appearance as these two try to get over themselves and get together. I hope that you enjoy these songs and this last visit with the Dreamers. Thanks so much for coming along with me on this journey.
AMERICAN SWEETHEARTS Playlist:
About the Book
American Sweethearts, Dreamers, #4 by Adriana Herrera
Book Description: Juan Pablo Campos doesn’t do regrets. He’s living the dream as a physical therapist for his beloved New York Yankees. He has the best friends and family in the world and simply no time to dwell on what could’ve been.
Except when it comes to Priscilla, the childhood friend he’s loved for what seems like forever.
New York City police detective Priscilla Gutierrez has never been afraid to go after what she wants. Second-guessing herself isn’t a thing she does. But lately, the once-clear vision she had for herself—her career, her relationships, her life—is no longer what she wants.
What she especially doesn’t want is to be stuck on a private jet to the Dominican Republic with JuanPa, the one person who knows her better than anyone else.
By the end of a single week in paradise, the love/hate thing JuanPa and Pris have been doing for sixteen years has risen to epic proportions. No one can argue their connection is still there. And they can both finally admit—if only to themselves—they’ve always been a perfect match. The future they dreamed of together is still within reach…if they can just accept each other as they are.
About the Author
Adriana Herrera was born and raised in the Caribbean, but for the last fifteen years has let her job (and her spouse) take her all over the world. She loves writing stories about people who look and sound like her people, getting unapologetic happy endings. When’s she not dreaming up love stories, planning logistically complex vacations with her family or hunting for discount Broadway tickets, she’s a social
worker in New York City, working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence. https://adrianaherreraromance.com/