Book Review: Fixer Upper by Mink
Rating Scale: ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️
In this story, Rowan, the hero, pretends to be a handyman for the Devereaux Estate and searches for lost treasure. He soon finds that the real gem is in the form of a young woman named Charlie. She’s quirky and has an attraction to Rowan that he can’t ignore.
Charlie currently formulates a plan to make Rowan hers. He is older and wiser, and very protective. Unlike the guys she meets her age, she likes Rowan’s maturity.
Charlie and Rowan spend so much time together in close quarters that their chemistry brews –and it explodes once they give into each other’s mutual emotions.
So have that fan rotating on high to keep you cool! I recommend this book with five hearts and stars all the way.
Fixing up an old house isn’t exactly high on my bucket list. But finding a lost treasure? That lands right near the top. So, I take a job as caretaker of the Devereaux Estate, do some odd jobs here and there for its batty owner, and spend the rest of my time looking for the diadem.
Until Charlie shows up. She threatens to upend my search, but not because she’s onto me—it’s because I can’t seem to get enough of her. With curves for miles and an innocence I can’t resist, she’s quickly becoming the only treasure I’d kill to have. And that’s not far from the truth, especially when danger comes calling.
MINK’s Note: Grab your kitty and a cuppa for this tale of treasure and true love.