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

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But a chance encounter forces her to confront the truth: what happened to make Macy stop speaking to Elliot?

He considers Georgie his little sister for half the book but still sexualized the hell out of her in literally every single scene she’s in.She is all grown up now, but grown up in the best of way that Travis slowly learns to adore and love most about her. 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. After losing her mother at a young age, Macy is navigating her teenage years without a female role model, relying on the time-stamped notes her mother left in her father’s care for guidance.

She loves kids and it’s her passion but it makes her family take her less seriously than they already do. Read with caution, as feelings on this book are very polarizing, but if you like dirty-talking, lightly kinky, dominate men, and you like humor, a fun female MC (I loved her too!New York Times Bestselling author Tessa Bailey can solve all problems except for her own, so she focuses those efforts on stubborn, fictional blue collar men and loyal, lovable heroines.

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. It's fun, it's flirty and yes, it's ridiculous at times (can I just mention that Travis' nickname is Two Bats! yeah, she is a bit naive, but she grows and it mostly her own person with strengths and insecurities.Now, what happens is, Travis treats Georgie like a kid, not only that, he never spends a single extra minute with her unless it's about something important. Any enjoyment that could have been gleaned from the sexy scenes was ruined by Travis’s completely disgusting/cringey/terribly written dirty talk and the author’s absurd descriptions.

It doesn’t help her cause that she’s not in the family business, but instead is a professional clown (yes, you read that right). 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. But in all seriousness, if you have not read a book by Tessa then I HIGHLY recommend that you start as soon as you can. I should have known that a book that starts with "No freaking way" was going to be cringe-worthy, but that line was nothing compared to everything that I actually had to read with my own two damn eyes.The miscommunication at the end is dramatic (although most romance books don’t quite hit the mark there for me). 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. Let me just start this review by saying that if you have not read a book by Tessa Bailey then why are you even here? 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. Georgie loves planning children's birthday parties and making people laugh, just not at her own expense.

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