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

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

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

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This book is run amuck with misogyny, like to the point where I'm convinced it had to have been ghost written by a man.

I kept telling myself that if I just pushed through a little further, at some point the story would really grab me.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. 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. At 23, Georgie Castle is a proud business owner, but she hates that her family refuses to treat her like a responsible adult. I despise the notion that all women in romance books have to be virgins and only have sex with one man in their lives, while their male counterparts have slept with the entire population of a small country.

Seeing his future implode before his eyes, he has no immediate plans apart from drinking himself into a coma.

Her entire conflict in the book was trying to be more legitimate so that people would take her seriously, but I still considered her a joke by the end of the book because her actions and dialogue were so ridiculous. For me to have enjoyed this, I think it would need a huge facelift in how the love interest treats the main character, the descriptions were written, and how childish the characters came off. There’s public sex at a baseball field which definitely is a felony, and the rest of the scenes were either so absurd or so badly written that it was difficult to get through them like Travis fucking her wedgie or something equally as groan-worthy, and not in a good way. When they both realise they have questionable reputations, they decide to enter a fake relationship to achieve their lifetime goals. Travis sometimes realizes Georgie is a person with feelings but mostly he sees her as a sexual object and is obsessed with "breaking in" her pussy cause ya know she's a virgin.

For all ebook purchases, you will be prompted to create an account or login with your existing HarperCollins username and password. When Travis realizes his womanizing reputation (his nickname, "Two Bats," hints at his prowess both on the field and in the bedroom) might prevent him from landing a coveted job as a broadcast announcer, Georgie suggests a mutually beneficial fake relationship. there are already so many little things that don't sit right w/ me in this book, and after that first sex scene. Georgie loves planning children’s birthday parties and making people laugh, just not at her own expense.It was great that despite all the crap going on we could see this group of women come together and work out what they needed from each other. This book is five years behind its time, as seen in its creepy, overprotective, easily-angered love interest and an air-headed, literal clown main character.

Diary entries fancifully addressed to TV host Ellen DeGeneres serve as flashbacks to Lily’s teenage years, when she met her first love, Atlas Corrigan, a homeless boy she found squatting in a neighbor’s house.

In Georgie's defense, * fix her up* correlates to the growth she strives for in multiple facets of her life—career, home, and physical appearance improvements—not only the fake relationship that she lands herself in. 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. How was I supposed to take the girl seriously when (1) she’s a clown ( are there even any children on planet Earth that like clowns anymore?



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