Saturday, October 28, 2017

Review: Miss Fix-It

Miss Fix-It Miss Fix-It by Emma Hart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Final Score - 5 Stars!

Woman who fixes rooms for a living ... and a Man who needs some fixing in both his personal life and in his home. Miss Fix-It is filled with love, laughter, tears and sexy times galore!

Brantley is a single dad of twins who's just moved to the area and needs help creating bedrooms for his precocious young ones. He hires K. Hancock, with out every having met them to accomplish his job. Who he gets is Kali and from their first meeting - both are intrigued with the other. However, Kali is not looking for Mr. Right, just Mr. Right Now and certainly not anyone with children.

What I loved most about this book is Kali's relationship with her mother (in actuality her step-mother). Totally believable and an endearing look at how step-parents play a critical role in child rearing as well. It was nice to see a story where the mother figure wasn't trying usurp or use her hierarchy in the relationship against anyone.

I absolutely adored Brantley’s kids! Ellie and Eli - I need to keep these names in the forefront in case I ever have children. These little gems added so much to the story, with their sweetness and hilarity - I had a laugh headache whenever they appeared in the story. I enjoyed and LOL'd Brantley’s no holds barred outlook/philosophy on child rearing such twins - it was honest, and refreshing to read it authenticity. I also enjoyed the natural progression of Kali, Brantley and his children's relationship.

I will definitely be keeping my eyes open in the future for more books by Ms. Hart.

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