Review Miranda Elaine’s Book Fixing Her

 

****4.5 STARS****
****ARC Received for Honest Review****

I had never heard of Miranda Elaine, even when she wrote as part of a duo, just books that I had never came across. But I am thanking my lucky stars that I have been blessed enough to read this book and discover this writer. These characters are were a delight to read and get to know.

Tempie or Temperance, was such a real character, she was one of my friends, I saw her in someone I knew, so it was so easy to relate to her. Then their is Asher, who comes back to town after 10 years, and thinks her is going to claim her, because her wanted her so badly all those years ago…..boy did he not know what he was getting himself into. Tempie is a a different person, protective, a mother, a little attitude and not knowing what to make out of Asher coming back into her life. This book is so worth the ride.-Review by Catherine(Catty)

 

*** ARC Received for Honest Review ***
***3.5/4 Stars***

Malcolm Kade (aka Kade, aka Muffin – best nickname ever) and Temperance Price are obviously meant for each other. I loved how Tempie’s long time crush on Kade plays out between the two. Tempie is so much fun. She’s a little quirky and a complete frazzled mess of a single mom. Enter Kade who had left town years ago to make a name for himself in the big city. While I could see some aspects of the twists coming there was still enough surprises left to make this book really enjoyable. The characters are great, the writing is really good and I think you’ll have a lot of fun with this one. I recommend checking out Fixing Her, if nothing else, Tempie’s daughter is hilarious as only a five year can be. (Review by Terri “Jane”)

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