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

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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.

first of all, travis literally isn't interested in georgie until she changes her style (haircut + tighter clothes) and another man takes an interest in her. And while there are bound to be hoards of readers who find virginal 23-year-old Georgie quirky, I’m not one of them.

Yes, it is a fictional story in a fictional world but I just adore how unique her career is in comparison to other careers we read about in romance novels. They start as unlikely friends and confidants that soon leads to something more when Travis finally sees the woman Georgie always was.

He was also SO jealous and overprotective of her even when they weren’t even together, and Georgie let him get away with doing super sketchy stuff like sabotaging a date just because she thought he was ~so hot~. 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 honestly didn’t quite dislike this book as much as I thought I would when I first started it and immediately got weird vibes, but a lot of my issues with it are that it is so over the top.Ebooks fulfilled through Glose cannot be printed, downloaded as PDF, or read in other digital readers (like Kindle or Nook). what he said yesterday wasn’t arrogance talking – it was simply more common for women to get attached when sex was part of the equation.

there is not one chapter where he doesn't have a boner, thinks about sex or imagines a very normal situation in a sexual context. I cannot believe this author has dozens of previous books because this was so unpolished and needed a lot more editing or at least someone to point out when dumb lines should’ve been cut. 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. It was literally just a way for the author to introduce Rosie so that she could get us interested in a spinoff. I can NOT accept that Travis got attracted to Georgie after, not just treating her like a kid, but also considering her like his own sister ALL his life.latest tackles the difficult subject of domestic violence with romantic tenderness and emotional heft. I'm sorry if this review is abrasive and informal, but I'm genuinely mad people advertised this as the best romance book of our time, and it absolutely sucked ass.

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