Review: Fixed by Emma Louise (Flawed Love #2)

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Give Me Books Promotions.

Fixed is the second novel in Emma Louise's Flawed Love series and features Elliott (whose last name I don't recall being mentioned in either of the books) and Duke Nash, Poppy Nash's best friend and her older brother, respectively--Poppy being the female main character from the series starer, Score, a second-chance love story where she got her own happily-ever-after with Keir Harmon. While Keir and Poppy do make appearances in this falling-for your-best-friend's-sibling contemporary romance, either one could be read independently of the other.

When Duke finally decides to file his discharge papers and return home from the military for good, he certainly doesn't expect to find his younger sister best friend and her twin daughters staying in Poppy's old house. Elliott may be the girl he crushed on but he isn't in the market to become nothing more than her temporary fix while she nurses the broken heart her cheating ex-husband left her. When a line is crossed, Duke and Elliott understand that nothing more can come of their affair, but what happens when they both begin to feel they actually want more?

This was a pretty good read, with some moments where I found myself enjoying the relationship that Duke was fostering with Elliott and her girls. However, this does suffer from the same thing that the first book did and that was this disconnect between the main characters and myself. This made it difficult for me to fully become emotionally invested in them and their story. I still believe, though, that the author does show a certain level of promise that has me curious as to what she has up next for her readers. I'm giving Fixed 3.5 stars out of five stars. ♥

Release Date: 03 January 2019

Date Read: 03 January 2019

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