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When Kali Hancock agreed to quote Brantley, obviously a newcomer to their sleepy little coastal town, for the work needed to fix up two rooms for his twin children, she didn't expect that he'd be handsome, and she certainly didn't expect that he'd be single. Perhaps more to the point, not one single experience in her young life had lead her to believe that it was even remotely possible that she'd find his young twins, hellions though they may be, to be charming and adorable.
Several weeks of forced proximity while she takes on that contract ensures that they both have time to face those realizations.
Based on the cover alone, which I saw several weeks before release day, I've already recommended to several of my friends that if they want to encourage their husbands into reading romance, that they buy a paperback copy of Miss Fix-It and leave it lying around their homes.
Having now read it, I can now heartily re-endorse my own statement since in this case at least, you really can judge a book by its cover.
Flirty, fun, and more than a little bit sexy,, this book has all the makings of a fantastic romantic comedy. There's sexual tension between the featured couple right from their very first meeting. There are things standing in the way of an instant love match however. The company rule stating “No cavorting with clients”, Kali's long held aversion to little people, and the perfect timing of Eli and Ellie, sure to interrupt any time things get … interesting.
In short, despite the fears of the adults, and the lisps of the youngsters, each of these characters are instantly lovable as they muddle their way through dealing with their emotions and issues, not least of which is the perils and pitfalls that go hand in hand with introducing a new adult into an already existing family dynamic, something Kali has intimate knowledge of, from her own experience adapting to having a step-mother.
Ultimately though, even if you don't have a husband, or even if he never picks it up and becomes an instant fan of romantic fiction, I think that this little gem from Emma Hart is well worth the investment anyway.
In this book we have Brantley and his twins Eli and Ellie move into town. He hires Kali to fix his children’s bedrooms and this is where the fun begins. From the moment Kali shows up at Brantley’s door.
Brantley is just a sweet adorable guy. He loves his children something fierce. His way of teaching his children lessons is awesome and he just is amazing. His interactions with Kali are hysterical. She is so freakin adorable it isn’t funny. She has no filter I swear. But she fits how Emma Hart writes her main female leads. She is strong, independent and fun.
The scenes about the dating app guys were a hoot. Interactions with the step mom entertaining and with her dad sweet. Kali is a great character. I loved watching the little precious hurricanes that were Eli and Ellie interact with Kali and her fall in love with them.
The interactions with Brantley and Kali were so so fun. His laughter rang through the book. But the way they had such a easy flow and like they just belonged in each other’s world was great. We don’t get angst just a purely light hearted entertaining romance. And this is where Emma Hart excels. She excels at giving us great little children interactions that have your heart melt. Guys who become your book boyfriends and Brantley does this and more. he has you melt into a happy pile of goo. He is a great understanding dad and isn’t perfect. He also gives as good as he gets as we see with Kali. The flow of their relationship was organic.
I couldn’t put this book down nor could I stop the laughter. Two wonderfully amazing combinations to have with a book read. You fall in love with the characters and their quirky personalities from the get go. The stepmom who has no filter, Kali who doesn’t want children at the beginning falling for Eli and Ellie and their dad as she fixes up their bedrooms and Brantley who just is Brantley.
Best line (gist of the line) that has you go all gooey: I am myself again because of you. Not a dad but myself.
A truly fun light hearted book that just has you smile and laugh throughout as you watch Brantley and Kali fall in love and become a family.
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