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The Fixer: The Naked Man (The Fixer - Katerina Mills) (Volume 1) Paperback – August 8, 2015
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Jill Amy Rosenblatt is the author of Project Jennifer and For Better or Worse, published by Kensington Press. She has a Masters Degree in Creative Writing and Literature from Burlington College. She lives on Long Island.
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I loved her character. The Fixer is fast paced and enjoyable. I would recommend it to anyone who likes romantic suspense.
The Fixer: The Naked Man is the first in a new suspense series by Jill Amy Rosenblatt.
Katerina is up a creek. Her dad bails on the family and his commitment to send Katerina to college. Her tuition is due, and not being one to cower and give up, Katerina jumps on an opportunity to become a "fixer". For a price, she makes problems go away.
Katerina is a spunky characters. She has her moments of doubts and tears, but she does not go down for the count. When an opportunity to become a fixer is presented, she takes it. It pays well, and given her last boss, she is not short on experience with shady characters. While not many characters are thoroughly developed in this story, their mystery adds greatly to the suspense and intrigue. The secondary characters who became Katerina's key contacts to get problems fixed were a hoot. I loved the neurotic burglar, Alexander Winter!
Katerina juxtapose to her do-good friends (nurses and cops) and her flaky parents is fun. She is so different from everyone in her immediate circle. I loved the quandary posed by her ethics and how nicely Ms. Rosenblatt tied that into Katerina's work dilemma.
"Ethics is whatever you want it to be, as long as you can explain it so that you can sleep nights."
The Fixer is fast paced and pure fun. A quick, enjoyable read with a tantalizing segue-ending. I cannot wait to read the next installment in the series.
***Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official.
Kate needs a lot of money by the end of month and her piddly job is not going to cut it. She is hired by a company called MJM to be a fixer. A 'fixer' is someone who fixes someone else's problems. The first job seems easy enough, she has to follow a man's wife, watch her habits, and help her husband pick out the perfect birthday present. The second job involves breaking into someone's house and stealing a video tape out of a piece furniture that had belonged to him. During the course of her job, she meets some interesting characters. While all this is going on, she is also attending school and taking law courses. The book focuses on her Professional Ethics class. She begins to have doubts about what she's doing even though the pay is fantastic. But she is being watched and plans are being made that may lead to her demise.
Truly well written with a dynamite ending. Don't miss out on this jewel.
I received this book from ebook discovery in exchange for an honest review.
I really loved this book! It was a great speed and had enough description and action to keep me engaged the whole time. I was actually planning on giving this book five stars, but I really hate books that force you to read the next book by leaving huge cliffhangers. My opinion is that books in a series should leave one loose end to be tied up in the next book to keep readers wanting more. But this just felt like I only read the first half of one book. There were no resolutions or answers. By the time the next book comes out, I will forget all about this book and I will never really know what happens. This is especially annoying for a mystery book. That genre relies on the ending to tie everything together and to give the reader an “ah-ha” moment. Plus this book was only 122 pages. I felt like another 50 pages could have sufficiently ended the book, but still persuade the reader to go on to the next book in the series. It just really felt unfinished and frustrated me.
To read the rest of my review, go here: http://judgingmorethanjustthecover.blogspot.com/2015/10/the-fixer-naked-man-jill-amy-rosenblatt.html
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