The Fix-Up by G.A. Hauser

Title: The Fix-Up

Author: G.A. Hauser

Genre: Contemporary

Length: Novel (220 pages)

Publisher: G.A. Hauser (August 31, 2017)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts

Blurb: When your cousin fixes up your sister with a blind date, is it wrong to have sex with him?
John Paul ‘JP’ Shepherd found out the answer to that question. It wasn’t intentional. They were drunk and horny.

But…the sex!

When Shane Moore was invited to a wine tasting tour with his coworker, he had a feeling she was matchmaking. Shane was open to anything. But he had no idea he’d end up with his fix-up’s younger brother. But, the sex! Shane was floored.

Now, they had to sneak.

What happened next was an adventure in self-discovery. The fix-up…it may have been a blind date, but, was love blind as well? JP and Shane were about to find out.

ISBN: B07597KVT4

Product Link: Amazon US | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Shorty

Review: Cute story about two straight guys who basically get caught up in matchmaking plan by Annie. Shane and John Paul were great together. I loved the humorous scenes as they gave a sort of comedy relief between the scenes. Annie was a great character and matchmaker. I enjoyed her matchmaking and antics.

John Paul and Shane were hot together. I was cheering them on even at the beginning when they kissed on a dare. This was the start of them questioning whether or not they were straight to begin with.

A lot of drama, comedy and steamy situations that have the right amount of interest. All in all a great story with plenty of heat and comedy for the readers to enjoy.

Great read.

Post Author: Shorty

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