Publisher: Transworld Digital.
Published Date: 07 February 2019
Genre: Romance, Rom-Com
Fixie Farr can’t help herself. Straightening a crooked object, removing a barely-there stain, helping out a friend . . . she just has to put things right. It’s how she got her nickname, after all.
So when a handsome stranger in a coffee shop asks her to watch his laptop for a moment, Fixie not only agrees, she ends up saving it from certain disaster. To thank her, the computer’s owner, Sebastian, scribbles her an IOU – but of course Fixie never intends to call in the favour.
That is, until her teenage crush, Ryan, comes back into her life and needs her help – and Fixie turns to Seb. But things don’t go according to plan, and now Fixie owes Seb: big time.
Soon the pair are caught up in a series of IOUs – from small favours to life-changing debts – and Fixie is torn between the past she’s used to and the future she deserves.
Does she have the courage to fix things for herself and fight for the life, and love, she really
Fixie Farr is always trying to fix everyone problems family, friends, love etc
She works in the family shops ‘Farrs’. Her late father built the shop and since he’s been gone, her mum and her have kept the business alive with her fathers mottos and exactly how he left it.
One day she is in a coffee shop. She overheard a conversation from a stranger. The man then asks her to watch his laptop while he stepped outside to make a call.
Suddenly the ceiling caved in due to water damage and she dives to save the mans laptop.
The man comes back confused by the chaos. Fixie gives him the laptop. And he is very grateful. She declines coffee, muffin except mint tea. He wrote on the coffee sleeve. ’I owe you one’ and he pins his business card to the coffee sleeve. His name is Sebastian.
She is a interesting realistic character. But she is basically always being walked all over and tries to fix everything and everyone. She is a lovely, caring character that we watch grow.
She has massive respect for her family and always follows her father’s laws of the family one being ‘Family First’.
She feels inadequate to her siblings, Jake and Nicole. She doesn’t stand up to them out of fear of upsetting her mum and her late father.
I think everyone can relate to Fixie Farr in some way or other. We all want to get on with our family, friends and somebody is/will always walk all over us and we all allow it.
We all have that one childhood crush and dreams about being with them.
She is my favourite character and I loved watching her grow and blossom.
I enjoyed reading this book. It is a light, funny enjoyable romantic story.
I would recommend this to anyone who loves a good light romantic story.
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