Book Review: Fix Her Up by Tessa Bailey
The story was not bad but it wasn’t amazing either. I enjoyed the new career type we got to see. Georgie is a clown…A CLOWN.
I’ve never read a book with a lead that’s career of choice was a clown.
Personally, I hate clowns but Georgette Castle was alright. Wasn’t too bad.
Fix Her Up follows Georgette Castle and her mission to find a date so that people start to take her seriously. The life of a clown is hard and she doesn’t exactly have a line of suitors outside her door. Deciding to do a complete overhaul and reimagine herself, Georgie comes up with this crazy plan starting none other than her brother’s childhood bestie and major league hottie, Travis.
Pretend they are dating so that 1) It puts her on the map of other men, making her no longer the little sister but a woman that’s come to her own and 2) help Travis land a new job after his career-ending injury left him flipping houses and everyone is under the impression that all he can do is play ball.
Georgette’s antics and personality were the most interesting parts of this book. She honestly stole the show. Literally, I would’ve read a book just about her and anything else. Was there too much inner monologue? Maybe. BUT it was different and gave you insight to who she is.
Where this book didn’t hit home for me was when it came to Travis. Travis was your typical f*** boy who realized the best thing he could ever ask for was right in front of him. I could’ve done without him…but then again we wouldn’t have had a book.
Things I didn’t like:
- The fact that he calls his dick “two bats”
- He only notices Georgie after the fact
- Arrogance teetering into Megalomaniac territory
Things I did like:
- The banter