Fix by Molly McAdams ~ Review & Teaser (@MollySMcAdams)

I've read a few books lately, but it's been a while since a read has blown me away! Molly McAdams has done it with the first book in her new series Brewed!
Fix (Brewed Book 1)
Title: Fix
Author: Molly McAdams
Series: Brewed #1
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: November 4th 2019

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I’m a lot of things.
The youngest Dixon. Town handyman. Best you’ll ever have . . . you’re welcome.
One thing I’m not? The guy who falls in love.

When Rae Jacobs enters my town with her ever-present laptop and caffeine addiction, she offers me a fleeting glance and a simple demand:
Don’t fall in love with her.
Laughable, considering she isn’t exactly my type.

Wasn’t. But she inadvertently shook up my life with her alluring, carefree spirit until I wanted more.
Until I made her mine.
She’s a habit I can’t quit. A fix I can’t get enough of.

Each day brings me closer to saying the three words I’ve always mocked.
But with one call, the piled-high secrets she’s kept start unraveling around her, and I have a feeling the demand that first day wasn’t so simple.

When I began this book I could just feel that it was going to be a read that I was going to get lost in. I was curious as to why Rae slipped away during the night and why she was willing to push people away as soon as she met them. The more I read, the deeper I got and I had hope that Rae and Sawyer would bare all their secrets to realise that they were soulmates.

Rae's story touched my heart and I could understand her abandonment issues, but I loved that she found a connection almost immediately in the small town of Amber. Her first encounter with Sawyer was amusing and I could see that both of their issues from their pasts would effect their relationship.

I thoroughly loved this small town and meeting each character. They all had their own impact on the town and on both Rae and Sawyer. I picked up on what Rae's issue may have been, and when it was revealed I was still shocked. Sawyer's story was still heartbreaking and shaped him into the closed off man that he was. However, Sawyer and Rae had an intense connection that I hoped that they were able to work out.

This story hooked me from the start; I felt a connection to both characters and I wanted to know everything about them. I loved the way that McAdams wove the story and made an impact on me about not only Rae and Sawyer, but other characters as well. I'm curious about Sawyer's brothers, and I want to know more about why they've drifted apart. Emberly was such a sweet girl, and I want to know her more too. I just really enjoyed this story and I cannot wait to revisit this world again.

You have no idea how much I loved Sawyer! Here are a few intense moments where he bares all!

“I’m not the kind of girl to wait around for a man. I can take care of myself.”
“Never said you couldn’t, Rae.” He gripped the door and continued toward me, backing me up until I was caged between the seat and everything Sawyer. “But sometimes even the strongest women need a man to take care of them. To spoil them. To remind them that they’re cherished.”

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“You’re indifferent, and then you tease me in a way that drives me crazy. You pull me close only to push me away. I don’t know what to feel with you or how to continue in any situation because I don’t know what’s going through your damn mind.”

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“I fell in love with you about the minute you crashed into my life,” he said, bringing me to an abrupt stop a few steps away. “I would give anything to make you stay in Amber with me . . . to make you stop running. Can’t you see that?”

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Molly 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 with her hubby and dishing out movie quotes. She has a weakness for crude-humored movies and loves curling up in a fluffy comforter during a thunderstorm ... or under one in a bathtub if there are tornados. That way she can pretend they aren't really happening.

Other reviews featuring Molly McAdams
 Thatch series
Letting Go #1
To the Stars #2

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