Review: Fixing Him by Miranda Elaine
Publication Date: December 6th, 2018
Series: Fixing Series #2
Rating: 4 Stars
Official Blurb: One summer.
Ninety days spent learning every inch of Sam Matthews’ body.
We agreed to no strings when our time was up.
We promised we could both handle this.
I never expected to fall for this man or this town.
This was just supposed to be a stop on the way to starting my real life.
But now, time is up and everything feels wrong.
He says I’m too young.
He says I’m too innocent.
He says he’s not the type to settle down.
He’s fixing my newly inherited home.
Now, I’m fixing his frame of mind.
***A Stand-Alone Romance***
Review: First off, I love the cover. It’s absolutely beautiful. Second, this is my first book by Miranda, and I enjoyed it very much.
Montana is new in town because she just inherited her grandfather’s house. She’s been traveling around the world with her parents and brother, so she has lived life quite differently than most people her age. Yes, she’s young, but she doesn’t really act her age very much. She doesn’t think much of settling down here, but she wants to fix the house up. She hires a contractor to help her, but he turns out to be a lot more than she ever imagined.
Sam has lived in this town his whole life. He works full time at a construction company, while also taking care of his father. He doesn’t have much of a personal life, which is why he has so many walls built up. Things change quickly for Sam the first time he meets Montana. He knows she’s young, but hey, she’s only here for the summer. What’s the worst that could happen?
At times, I found Montana was a bit immature, but that was to be expected for her age. Sam is definitely all alpha male, and I loved watching the changes in him, when he didn’t even realize what was happening. There are a lot of cute and quirky moments that made me laugh. I also enjoyed the passion and chemistry between these two. The ending to this book is super cute, and I really liked it.