I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Sweetheart Fix by Miranda Liasson
on November 29, 2022
Genres: Fiction / Romance / Clean & Wholesome, Fiction / Romance / Contemporary, Fiction / Small Town & Rural
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Juliet Montgomery absolutely loves her small town of Blossom Glen, Indiana, and everyone loves her. Except for the fact that she’s a couples counselor who suffered a very public breakup that no one can forget. And now her boss asks her to take a step back...which is exactly when the town’s good-lookin’ and unusually gruff mayor offers her an unexpected job.
Jack Monroe absolutely loves being the mayor of his small town. Except when he actually has to talk to people. Can’t he just fix the community problems in peace? Like right now, he’s mediating the silliest dispute two neighbors could possibly have. When the town sweetheart steps up and solves everyone’s problems in five minutes flat, Jack realizes what this town really needs...is a therapist.
Juliet is able to soothe anyone—other than the surly mayor, it seems. But there’s a reason they say opposites attract, because all of their verbal sparring leads to some serious attraction. Only, just like with fireworks, the view might appear beautiful—but she’s already had one public explosion that’s nearly ruined everything...how can she risk her heart again?
Each book in the Blossom Glen series is STANDALONE:
* The Sweetheart Deal
* The Sweetheart Fix
Characters I’d like to be friends with and a town that comes together for the greater good made The Sweetheart Fix a feel good romance that was hard to put down. ~ Sharon – Simply Love Books
Miranda Liasson takes us back to Blossom Glen, Indiana in her latest release The Sweetheart Fix. I rather enjoyed this book between hometown girl and new couple’s counselor Juliet Montgomery and the town’s mayor Jack Monroe.
When Juliet is put on leave after a couple complains about her, she is devastated. Her past relationships that blew up fairly spectacularly in her small town has made people doubt her ability to be a couple’s counselor. While at city hall to pay a parking ticket, she inadvertently mediates between two battling neighbors during the mayor’s town meeting and he hires her to help him better liked by the town in hopes of saving his grandmother’s land that is set to be sold to the highest bidder.
A bit like oil and water these two don’t mix well at first, but as they work to solve town problems they begin to see each other in a different light. I liked that there were ups and downs in their relationship, they both made some mistakes but they worked to do better.
It was easy to feel the heat between them and while the intimate moments were off page, with such a strong and engaging story they weren’t missed.
Characters I’d like to be friends with and a town that comes together for the greater good made The Sweetheart Fix a feel good romance that was hard to put down.