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    mr. fixit!

    5☆ Just finished my reread of built, I forgot how much I love #mrfixit I gave it a 5 the first time around and its getting a 5 again. I reread all of Marked Men before this and was ranking those a bit as to which I liked best. I think after rereading this too Built is my favorite Jay book and Zeb is my second favorite guy, Nash will always be number one. I absolutely love Zeb and his little suprise. I really liked that Sayer is a harder heroine to crack. I absolutely love their story and adore them!!!
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    Built

    Great characters. Great story. Thank you to the author for writing this story, can't wait for the next book in the series.
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    Major Book Hangover!

    Jay doesn’t write boring characters, never has. This time we were introduced to Sayer and Zeb. Multi-layered, complex and with a whole lot of baggage on their backs. They were far too different from each other. Sayer was always the proper one. She was raised to be strong and steadfast. She was raised not to disappoint her father. She was raised not to cry and everything she does was wrong. As for Zeb, he went into jail for a crime that saved his sister’s life. To cut the chase and save his sister from further trouble, he chose to spend his time behind bars. Both were great characters. Zeb – he’s going to win your hearts and not just because he’s good in bed. He is the best in every possible way: he can be domineering and demanding, but he can be sweet and thoughtful. You’d love his in-bed and out-of-bed character, especially when he’s around the people he loves. He’s a gentle soul. A gentle giant. All he wanted was her, but Sayer was far from his league, and he’d have to be strong enough to destroy the icy exterior she surrounds himself. Especially when she seemed to have that strong grip on her past and isn’t ready to let it go. She needs to make a choice, and she needs to do it now. Zeb might want her, but he has someone else to consider. You’d love everyone in this book, not just Zeb and Sayer. But there’s the wounded Poppy, whom you’d come to love here. Sayer took her under her wing, and she’s learning to live through life without fear and hesitation. There’s Zeb’s amazing family, his support system, his mom, Beryl and Joss who loves him completely. They love him and wants the best of him, but never meddled on his affairs. They’re just there to support him. Even Rowdy whom I think would put his foot in and do some meddling, he never did. Even though it freaking hurts and it broke my heart when he said goodbye, I knew it was necessary for her to pick up the pieces of her life and bring it back together before she can offer herself to Zeb. Yes, it was frustrating, and with Zeb totally being in the ‘character’ of giving her the space, it was devastating. I was just happy that she was finally bringing herself together. And the fact of her not being there, but almost (because hey, old wounds are hard to cure), made it real. Jay Crownover has done it again. It might have been a spin-off, but it felt just as beautiful and familiar as her previous Marked-MenSeries that have captured the hearts of many. This book will make you squirm, will make you pant, will make you laugh, will make you cry, will frustrate you, will break your hearts and will make you fall in love, and will touch your hearts. Because this isn’t just a story of two people who happen to cross-paths and fell madly in love with each other. This is a story of second chances, of hope, of love so consuming and so unconditional – it would give you a mighty dose of a book hang over.
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    Everyone needs a Mr. Fix It!

    Rating: 4.5/5 So it took me ten days to read it and it wasn't because this book wasn't good, but because I had to read it on my laptop since I didn't have any other way to read it and I couldn't read as often as I wanted to. Believe me, it killed me when I was at work and I just wanted to get home and read it. I'm really grateful for the chance that I got to get to have my hands on this book before its release date and I hope my review will reflect it. So where do I start with this review? There are so many things to say and yet, I feel like the words aren’t enough to express what I feel about this book, but I have to start somewhere, so let’s start with the characters. A few years ago, guys who resemble Zeb wouldn’t have been the kind of guys that would attract me in general, but now, I rather find them attractive and I wanted a Zeb for me. His personality just made you melt whenever you read his point of view. It was nice to read more about what happened to him and how it reflected in his life. He is such a family man and the way he loves Sayer will make you swoon from the beginning to the end. Now Sayer. What do I say about her? I really wanted to hit her from time to time for being so clueless about just how awesome she was. It wasn’t because she was trying to get pity or compliments, but because she actually believed she wasn’t worth the love of a good man and it hurt me to see her like this, but in this book, you see how she grows into being the woman she really is and you can just be happy to read about her journey. This pairing is probably one of my favourites in all of Jay’s worlds combined. Even if their worlds are different, they come together beautifully. It’s not a pairing like the bad boy/good girl that many people would come to believe if they only judged by the way the both look, but they are both such good people that it was only a matter of time before they found one another. I’m really happy that Jay made this spin-off because there were quite a few characters that I hope we’ll get to read about in the next books. Jay has created a world where you just want to be part of and I’m happy that she continues their journey. And if you miss your Marked men, Jay does bring them into this book too. Yes, they are not the main focus, but we do get to see where their story is at now.
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    Awesome first of series

    The main female character is not the usual and consequently is very interesting and refreshing. Great book and I am glad this book has touched on some really pertinent social issues.
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