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

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in general, they weren't too bad, the best one is probably is still the first one (at least they do the do in the bed). i know she’s writing these books for me, i can feel in from the bottom of my toes to the top of my fucking scalp. When Travis sees her with the haircut, and that same day while maybe slightly, side-ways hugging her, he gets hard.

From there being so many references to her clownery to the terrible dialogue (especially during sex, or telling her things like “You’re about to meet your God” in reference to his dick), I was cringing so often while reading this. the idea of the story isnt super original - ive read countless variations of this story across multiple romance novels - but thats why i liked it. The provocative opening takes a dark turn when Lily receives a warning about Ryle’s intentions from his sister, who becomes Lily’s employee and close friend. I guess he's super hot because women shamelessly offer themselves up to him throughout the book, in fact he's SO HOT that a man tells Travis he can sleep with his wife because he's on her 'hall pass'.I can see why my friends didn't like it, but I smiled, laughed, and was turned on pretty much the whole way through, which for me is a big win.

That was so incredibly satisfying, and I'm thrilled to see that a sequel featuring Rosie and Dominic is in the works! The fake dating aspect doesn't begin until 40%, with Travis being an absolute asshole the entire time, only just learning from his mistakes. travis always seems to be apprehensive about getting physical with georgie becaue she's his best friend's little sister and because he might have a problem with it. With FIX HER UP, she has gained so much more respect than what I original had towards her, because of how she describes the female main character—Georgie.

Seeing Georgie and her sister’s relationship struggle and strain but also grow felt like a real moment and one that was particularly relatable. The witch craft that Tessa has with her writing is one that always fascinates me and truly does leave me flabbergasted. They start as unlikely friends and confidants that soon leads to something more when Travis finally sees the woman Georgie always was. It put me in a reading slump I fought to just finish my reread of chain of gold and connected stories. Seriously ladies (and gents, depending on your taste) you will be enthralled at how lovable Travis truly is.

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.

So, in the name of living reading my best life, I think it’s time to cut my losses and move on to something more worthy of my time. Travis' restraint is at its thread or truly wanting Georgie, while she is virgin who is still enamored with her childhood/teenage crush. Don't get me started on the uber-popular Kristen Ashley books (no shade, they just don't work for me), and some of my lowest ratings are on over-hyped contemporary romances.

Y'all were really thirsting over a man who referred to a girl as his "little sister" during sexual acts.

I've actually never read the "in-love-with-brother's-best-friend" trope and I think the trope sounds great and I was so excited for this esp. However, poor little Travis is given multiple surgeries because he's an athlete, and a little bump from Georgie makes him feel the need to rest for hours.

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