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Publisher Description

A hot cop, a handywoman in killer heels, and a not-so-idle threat… it's going to take more than a pink hammer to fix-it.

Veronica, a self confessed girly-girl, often finds herself labelled a bimbo—and just doesn't care. An ex-economist turned handyperson, Vee is not afraid to be female, period. So what if it happens to be in a male-dominated industry?

When Vee threatens a client with a hammer to ward off his wandering hands, she finds herself at the local police station facing charges of assault. There she meets Detective Cole Samuels, and the sparks thrown off by their mutual animosity are combustive. They quickly become involved in a hot and heavy relationship, leaping one hurdle after another. Things finally seem to be working out when Vee's workplace is vandalized, a message left... and suddenly, that crank call and the near-miss with the crazy driver don't seem to be harmless incidents anymore. Vee's stalker rapidly escalates in violence, leaving Cole determined to find him before Vee gets hurt....

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
13 July
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
325
Pages
PUBLISHER
Louisa Masters
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
542.5
KB

Customer Reviews

Jaxwright57 ,

Great Characters

Olivia Ventura is a new author to me but I certainly will be checking out other books by this very talented author. It’s Fix-It was a great read it had the perfect mix of suspense, romance and humour to make it a real page turner.
What’s not to love when the story is centred around a hot cop and a blonde heroine who gets her fingernails done but isn’t afraid to get her nails dirty who also carries a pink hammer !!!!! The characters in this book are pretty outrageous and one of my favourite things about this book was the banter and teasing that goes on between the main characters. The story is fast paced and easy to relate to a mother on one side who is not very nice and a huge protective family on the other side. This author has such a way with words she makes you care about her outrageous characters and that in itself is a talent. Looking forward to reading more from Olivia Ventura

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