- The book must have been read at least over a month ago, only once, and something you haven’t reviewed yet (duh).
- You must review the book without rereading the synopsis or other reviews prior to writing your own.
- Your past due review should include the following:
- The date you actually read the book
- What you remember the book being about (your own summary or synopsis so to speak)
- What you remember liking or disliking about characters/setting/writing.
- What you actually felt or lasting impressions about the book.
- A meme or gif that sums up your overall impression or thought of the book
Guys, this is supposed to be funny, not articulate. So if you participate, try to have fun with it!
Fix Her Up (Hot & Hammered #1) by Tessa Bailey
Date Read: February 22, 2019
This is also my ARC review…but I read this so long ago that it just qualifies for my Past Due Review meme so well. Okay here’s my synopsis, and mind you I think I may or may not mix this up with 99% Mine by Sally Thorn…which I read around the same time, so hopefully I get this right. Georgie is a clown. She gets this house that needs…fixing up. One of her brother’s friends that she has been in love with since they were little comes home because he hurt himself in baseball. He’s all upset and Georgie somehow gets him out of his slump by recruiting him to help her fix her house up. He’s hot, and off limits, which makes it hotter, duh. This book was hawt hawt hawt. I know there were a lot of tropes that I love in this book. Brothers best friend, fake relationship, younger sibling making a name for themselves. It’s just good.
Okay what I liked. UHM. I remember something to do with Georgie’s sister and one of the other guys wives getting together and have a girl power sort of meeting. And I just loved how Georgie helped these other women get a firm grasp on what they want in their lives while simultaneously amping herself up for her own goals and dreams. It was just nice to see all these women stand up for themselves.
My lasting impression was that this book was not only super cute and sweet, but also ridiculously hot. This is not your grandmas beach read.
I’m Curious \ ^_^ /
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