Fix by Molly McAdams _ Book Review


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This is book one in a new series from bestselling romance author Molly McAdams. In the Brewed series, each standalone novel focuses on one of the Dixon boys–the hottest bachelors around. What everyone doesn’t see is the strain threatening to destroy their family and their parents’ dream–permanently.

Based in a small, country town, the Brewed series is filled with tension, excitement, and passion–feuds will transform into romances, and chances will be given again in true McAdams fashion






5788e9_4027a9bf18774b9b8f6ca0ebaa422dc7~mv2_d_1235_1953_s_2Molly grew up in California but now lives in the oh-so-amazing state of Texas with her husband, daughter, and fur babies. When she’s not diving into the world of her characters, some of her hobbies include hiking, snowboarding, traveling, and long walks on the beach . . . which roughly translates to being a homebody and dishing out movie quotes with her hubby.She has a weakness for crude-humored movies and loves curling up in a fluffy blanket during a thunderstorm . . . or under one in a bathtub if there are tornados. That way she can pretend they aren’t really happening.


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[I received a digital arc for an honest review]

Fix is the newest wonderful novel by Molly MacAdams, it’s the start of a brand-new series with all new characters just waiting for you to fall in love with them and their small little town.

Fix brings us the story of Rae and Sawyer, who are both drastically scarred by their past. They both have an enormous amount of emotional baggage. Rae has been made to equivalate love with goodbye and grown into a person who runs at the first sign of it. Her job as a writer allows her to constantly be on the move and avoid any form of attachments. Sawyer lost the love of his life and there was nothing he could do to stop it and the last thing he needs is to fall for someone again, especially someone with no plans to stick around. Sometimes you can’t stop the heart from wanting what the heart wants. Their story isn’t an easy one filled with heartache, pain, hope and love.

When she finally answered, her voice twisted with torment. I can’t let you fall in love with me.

I almost gave this book five stars and the only thing holding me back is the fact that I didn’t love Rae in the beginning. She is very shut off but I guess that’s how she’s supposed to be because she has all these walls up to keep her heart safe, so in hindsight McAdams accomplished that personality. Rae definitely grew on me, and I was hope and waiting for her to get her sh*t sorted out so herself and Sawyer could stop hurting.

I got the strongest feeling kissing Sawyer Dixon would be just as complex and exhilarating as the man himself. Demanding and passionate, lazy and teasing.

All the stars to Sawyer. I may have a crush on high school Sawyer, oh lordy that young man just made my heart explode with happiness. I seriously swooned over how much he loved his high school girlfriend. I was quite smitten with adult Sawyer too, when he stopped being intense and odd in the beginning. He just felt everything so deeply even when he tried to avoid it. When him and Rae are together it’s chaotic and emotional and even when things are going good, you’re sort of waiting for something to set one of them off. Their happy is hard fought and completely worth it.

There was something about this man towering over me and looking down at me like I was his everything […] that made my heart beat wildly in a way that had nothing to do with exertion.

Molly McAdams never fails to deliver an amazing story with complex characters and packed full of emotion. I got to a point in Fix where I knew that it was going to hurt and I tried to prepare myself but can you ever really be prepared to be slammed with feelings? If you like a small town romance filled with emotion and passion than Fix is for you. I am already dying for the next book in the series!!




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