Monday, March 2, 2015

Book Review
Fix You by Beck Anderson

Fix You

Kelly Reynolds is in her 30's, she is a widow, a mother of two young boys. She goes through life as best as she can. But, she is really not living. When she lost her husband Peter, she died a little too. 
Her way of relaxing is by running. In one of those runs while visiting her parents, she meets a young man, who's not only handsome, he's also a famousmovie star. They strike a conversation and later on a friendship, but soon both of them want more. 

Andrew Pettigrew is tired of fake and Tinseltown is all about plastic. Meeting Kelly brings a breeze of fresh air into his life. The more they talk and spend time together, the more the connection between them grows. Andy does have a past and he is not to proud of some of the things he has done. Letting Kelly in is tougher that he thought. 

The story was good. I felt bad for what both characters have gone through but I felt disappointed in Kelly. I thought when Andrew needed her the most she was not there for him. Yes, he made mistakes but he didn't know anything about her. I felt like she was always running. From life, from the hard times, from herself.

Cliffhanger: No

3/5 Fangs

A complimentary copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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