Fix Her Up by Carey Heywood
As for what I didn’t really love, it was just kind of...boring. I’m all for low-angst reads, but this was a totally NO angst read. There were really no barriers to this couple’s HEA other than the heroine’s fear of getting hurt again. And that fear kind of irritated me after a while because Noah showed no signs of being anything other than an awesome book boyfriend sent to Finley by the romance gods. I mean, where else are you going to find a man who thinks you’re hot when you have a cold and sneeze on him? When I have a cold, my husband can dodge a sneeze like Neo can dodge bullets in The Matrix. And I’d bet money he doesn’t find me at all hot when I’m congested and snorting nasal spray and popping cold meds every few hours. In other words, ladies, (this includes you, Finley) if you find a man who thinks you’re hot when you’re sick, grab him with both hands and don’t let him go, because you’ve found the Holy Grail of men. You’ll never do any better. It took Finley WAY too long to realize what a catch Noah was, in my opinion.
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So, that’s about all I have to say about this one. It was a decent read. Nothing earth-shattering. For a free read, you could do a lot worse.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
It’s stigma free. No rehab needed!
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