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  • Empowering

    Tessa Bailey has a knack for writing stories about fixing hearts. Her characters start out as damaged and it’s their healing journey that makes her books so compelling. And that’s what Fix Her Up is, emotional and compelling. It took me longer to read it than usual but that’s simply because I wanted to spend more time with Georgie and Travis. Their journey together mattered.

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  • Travis Ford is a Dirty. Talk. Champ.

    If I were to commission an author to write me my perfect romance novel, it might turn out a lot like Fix Her Up. My perfect romance novel would feature main characters who are a little lost, a little broken. Not angsty drama magnets, just relatable people at a turning point in their lives, unsure which way to turn. Travis has recently been expelled from heaven, tossed from the professional baseball career he loved. Georgie has a job she loves, but wants her family to see her as something other than just the baby of the family, though she's unsure how to change their view. My perfect romance novel would include some laughs. A book that opens with airborne lo mein is off to a good start, right? The story isn't silly or uproarious, but provides regular chuckles mostly via characters' clever banter or smart aleck comments. My perfect romance novel hero would be handsome and slightly cocky, with a filthy mouth and more potential than he realizes. Travis Ford is a Dirty. Talk. Champ. He's also a better man than he has any idea until he sees himself through someone else's eyes. My perfect romance novel heroine would be smart, independent, and witty. She'd be pretty, but she'd be more than her appearance. Georgie Castle is, at age 23, a small business owner, a homeowner, and a talented entertainer. She has a knack for saying the right thing in the moment, especially when the moment calls for a snarky comeback or an encouraging word. My perfect romance novel could not be my favorite without some delicious sexual tension and several creative sexytime interludes. Um, yeah. No by-the-book missionary-in-a-bed nonsense here. My perfect romance novel would have a sweet, cuddly dog who's a little smarter than any dog ought to be and yet fully devoted to its owner and the owner's love interest. This might be the only way that Fix Her Up fell short of being my ideal because there was no dog in the story, but I'm willing to overlook it since it was so terrific overall. Highly Recommended!

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  • Funny, steamy, and totally swoon-worthy!

    Don't let the cartoon cover fool you, this is a Tessa Bailey book!!! That means you get the amazing hero with the dirty mouth you depend on, and the quirky, adorable heroine that you want to be best friends with! Travis and Georgie make you love them from Chapter 1 (ok, maybe Travis is a dink at first, but he makes up for it), and the supporting characters in this book (from the prim Kristen to the ball-busting Bethany and sweet-as-pie Rosie) will suck you right in and have you begging for more. Loved LOVED this book, and can't wait for Love Her or Lose Her to come out!!!

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  • Amazing

    Loved it. So well written. Very funny. Thoroughly enjoyed it

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  • Very entertaining!

    Fix Her Up was a highly entertaining story and great start to a new standalone series. Georgie made this book for me. She's so quirky and fun. I can't tell you how many times she had me giggling. Despite not liking how everyone treats her like a child she didn't really care what people thought of her. She does want to be taken seriously but still be herself. I really liked that about her. Travis was a bitter and angry man after getting injured and losing his professional baseball career. He needed a kick in the pants and Georgie intends to deliver. She's been in love with him since she was a child and he treats her just like everyone else but as she challenges his new attitude, he's starting to see her in a new light. I really enjoyed the banter between these two. He's angry and rude and she responds in a way that is defrosting his heart until he's no longer angry. They were just a fun couple to read about. The only thing that I didn't enjoy about this book was the way Travis insisted he would never do commitment. I'm just not a fan of commitment phobe men, however, it didn't keep me from appreciating their journey to a happily ever after.

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