Review of Fix You – Bash and Olivia Book Two (The McDaniels Brothers) by Christine Bell

Fix You _2 Small (640) revised copy

Genre: Contemporary Romance, New Adult

Book Length (Est.): 64 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Everything she believed in was a lie…

After facing the fact that her boyfriend was an abusive sociopath and their entire relationship was a sham, Olivia Beckett is trying to pick up the pieces of her shattered life. If she was the only one suffering for her mistakes, she might be able to handle it. But when she went down, she dragged the one person she never wanted to see hurt down with her…

Bash McDaniels was just weeks away from finally blowing out of his hometown to make it as a boxer and never coming back. Saving Olivia Beckett from her violent boyfriend should’ve been a speed bump at most, but love stopped him in his tracks. Now, instead viewing Boston in his rearview mirror, he’s viewing it through prison bars…

Bash was her savior when she needed him most. Now, Olivia has to find a way to repay the favor, knowing all the while that freeing him might mean losing him forever…

*Note from the author: This is a novella length serial that takes place over the course of three books approximately 25,000 words each, released a month apart or less. The final book will be out on (or before) May 20th. This book is new adult, and contains scenes that are sexual in nature.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received a copy of this book free from Barclay Publicity in exchange for an honest review*

When Bash in unable to help himself and left at the mercy of others his brother gets in way over his head in order to help the only way he knows how. At the same time Olivia is also doing what she thinks she has to in order to save him from something she deems entirely her fault.

It comes down to a simple misunderstanding. Bash is hurt because he thinks she doesn’t return his feelings, but he still would have done the exact same thing that landed him in jail given the chance again. Olivia doesn’t think she’s worthy of him. All she’s done is get him in trouble since the night they met. She understands perfectly why his brother hates her, hell she hates herself for what happened. But when it comes right down to it, they just can’t seem to stay away from each other for long.

“The days we’d spent apart since I’d last seen her were hell. I tried to tell myself I was doing the right thing by staying away…by not leading her on. But being without her felt so fucking wrong.” 

Just like in part one it was easy to get caught up in the story and therefore it is completely too short. I think if you want to read this series you should wait until it’s complete, because the cliffhanger endings are killer! I absolutely cannot believe what Bash is going to do. Now I’m left holding my breath and waiting for part three. Thank goodness I don’t have to wait long.

Jenn 4 Heart

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