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Fix Her Up: A Novel: 1 (Hot and Hammered, 1)

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I love the illustrated cover trend, but I have to start this review by saying that the cover of Fix Her Up doesn’t quite match the story. I don't think anything that seriously utters the phrase "concrete buttocks" should get more than 1 star. It felt like a first draft, where you just get it out and then adjust as you go along, moving around scenes to make the story flow. Anyone with an actually torn rotator cuff can tell you that regular pain killers do absolutely nothing to dull the agony it leaves you in.

There's a lot of problems with the other Characters, the plot was there just for the sake of it, to keep Georgie and Travis together. BUT when that seems to be the only part of the story that’s managing to hold my interest, it’s time to cut and run.My list of things I disliked about this book was vast, but I just couldn’t shake the feeling that I cannot BELIEVE this book was published in 2019, especially through such a massive publisher. The first scene we're given feels like it should have been further into the book, not the introduction. I thought they didn’t show Travis off in the right light and I actually thought it ruined their entire relationship because the foundations had visible cracks all the way through. I'm not here to offend anyone, my rating obviously tells I didn't like it so if you love this, good for you. populates the novel with a lovable cast of meddling secondary characters who help and hinder Georgie and Travis.

stephen not allowing bethany, his sister, more freedom in their company when both of them inherited it because he’s a traditionalist? That was so incredibly satisfying, and I'm thrilled to see that a sequel featuring Rosie and Dominic is in the works! Not only will it help with the job offer, but she desires to expand her business, and having a man by her side may make that easier. In the first, Macy Sorensen meets and falls in love with the boy next door, Elliot Petropoulos, in the closet of her dad’s vacation home, where they hide out to discuss their favorite books. I might consider reading more books in the series, particularly the one with Georgies sister, but I’m in no rush and would mostly use it as a filler read.

This is such a dramatic thing to be annoyed with, but I haven't lived with this chronic pain since I was two years old to see a male act like it's no big deal, even after he was privileged enough to receive treatment.

I can accept the part where he thinks of Georgie as the girl who actually saved him from being a complete mess all the time. Travis becoming a professional baseball player, whom throughout out ends up getting injured and his career comes to an end. I sat in my bed with tears streaming down my face, cackling uncontrollably because none of this was steamy. It takes him a significant amount of time to realise his opinion should've been the same before she changed, but I still thought it was gross behaviour. Both of them are shocked at the now undeniable chemistry between them, and for Travis those feelings are accompanied by confusing and overpowering possessiveness.

Fine I guess but tell me you're a clown and act immature then complain about being treated like a child one more time! With everybody handling Travis with kid gloves, Georgie takes it upon herself to draw him out of his slump.

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