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  • Written in first person...

    I loved this story and was immediately drawn to the anticipation and acknowledgement of their feelings for each other. One thing I would warn people about is that it is written in first person...."I wondered it..., I see her shoulders relax..." so if that bothers you - you will be missing out. One thing I found slightly unbelievable was how little Noah seemed to work at a day job while still having piles of money.

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  • good

    nice quick read. good humour and low drama. cute main couple with good secondary characters. anyone who enjoys home improvement shows will love the renovation stuff and makes you want to find your own fixer upper

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  • Review: The Fix 1: Fix Her Up

    Fix Her Up by Carey Heywood is the first book in her series, The Fix . Told in dual POV, this is a well crafted romantic tale of a woman starting over after her divorce and a man who fell for her the moment they met. It is NOT an insta-love romance, it is a slow and wonderful build between Finley and Noah. Finley is recently divorced, sold her house and found a fixer-upper in New Hampshire to work on. Moving away from Texas is bittersweet. She is sad to leave her family but relieved to get a chance to start fresh. Noah has a construction business and when his realtor sister insists he stop by the house she just sold and check out a few tings for the new owner he doesn't expect the woman to be the lady from the pharmacy that nearly hit his truck on her way i the parking lot. Nor does he expect his attraction to be so strong. Finley is surprised by Noah's insistence to help with her renovations and while she tries to say no, this is one time she is okay with him not taking it for an answer. The friendship between these two characters builds throughout the story, providing Finley with a bond she hd never experienced before and allowing Noah to slowly make his way through all the walls she built around her heart. Well paced and well written, I absolutely enjoyed this story and cannot wait for more of these Thompson siblings. Up next: Fix Me Not and Fix My Fall. Enjoy!

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  • Loved it

    It was funny sad romance loved the story about the family as well so touched

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  • Great build up of the characters

    I immediately connected with the characters and wanted the romance to bloom. It was nice that the story took its time so that the characters really got to know each other. The added element of their families was a nice touch and as I was reading, I was rooting for some spin-offs.

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