The Fix (The Carolina Connections #1) by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Jenni Bishop

The Fix (The Carolina Connections #1)The Fix by Sylvie Stewart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Just WOW. I have to say that I have not enjoyed a book as much as this one in a long time. Sylvie Stewart has hit it with this perfectly blended quirky romantic comedy.

Laney Monroe is a twenty five year old single mum who is working in a job that she finds unfulfilling but it pays the bills and keeps a roof over her head. She has her best friend Fiona would do anything for her, who is always there for her and will never let her down. She shares her house with her five year old son Rocco who is just your typical little boy and her brother Gavin. After having a bad few years Gavin finally finds a job and Laney counts her blessing. After a family emergency Nate Murphy has returned home. Along with his sister it’s a no brainer they take the reins for their family business. But it may be a little more than they thought. When Nate faces off against one sassy and spunky Laney Monroe his life is forever changed. Family is everything.

Does Nate find something he wasn’t looking for? Will Gavin finally find his way? Will Laney and Rocco find a new beginning?

I was literally laughing until I was crying with this book. I was so wrapped up in the book that before I knew it it had ended. Laney is absolutely hilarious and had me laughing out loud at every turn. Her best friend Fiona is just as much a crack up as Laney but the two together are one hell of a team. The story is well paced and the characters are well developed, honest and very realistic that I could totally relate to. The Fix is funny and witty and will definitely leave you with a light heart and a smile on your face. If you are looking for a great story full of drama, romance, love and laughter then look no further. The story is so refreshing that I can not wait to read The Spark and I see what Sylvie comes up with next.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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