REVIEW – Fix You by Gen Ryan

Posted August 24, 2016 by abbeyneilclark in MM Romance, Release, Review / 0 Comments

REVIEW – Fix You by Gen RyanFix You by Gen Ryan, Soxational Cover Art, Hot Tree Editing
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three-half-stars

Maxwell Craver pretends his entire life to be someone he’s not. It used to be easier to lie to himself and to everyone who cared for him until Jason Lewis comes along and changes everything. For the first time, Maxwell thinks that maybe he can finally be his true self.
Jason Lewis has always been open about his sexuality. When he hires Maxwell to restore his new car, their connection and heat are instant. By agreeing to help him overcome his fears, Jason vows to fix him, even if it means breaking his own heart.

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Author: Gen Ryan
Title: Fix You (Trade Me Collection)
Genre: Gay Romance
Release Date: August 23rd, 2016
Cover Artist: Soxsational Cover Art
Maxwell Craver pretends his entire life to be someone he’s not. It used to be easier to lie to himself and to everyone who cared for him until Jason Lewis comes along and changes everything. For the first time, Maxwell thinks that maybe he can finally be his true self.
Jason Lewis has always been open about his sexuality. When he hires Maxwell to restore his new car, their connection and heat are instant. By agreeing to help him overcome his fears, Jason vows to fix him, even if it means breaking his own heart.
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review

3.5 Stars

Ok, so i read this one sitting and felt it had a real good start with meeting both characters, both so different but could feel the chemistry between them from the first meeting.

I did feel the friendship between Melanie and Jason kinda came outta no where, like they only met really once or twice that we saw but then she rocks up to his house when she tells Max to go on a break? I would of prefered to maybe see some more interaction between them both to even see why and how they have established this friendship.

I am all for insta-love but we only ever saw Max and Jason have sex and hang out at home a few times before they are saying I love you… it felt too rushed, I think a few scenes of them going out somewhere outta town maybe to avoid running in to people would of made sense for Max then to be struggling when home and having to pretend.

Max’s dad was abit hit and miss for me, aswell as Melanie.

Max’s dad on the pretense, he seemed un approachable, I think maybe if he and Max had an actual heart to heart about stuff in the hospital, yeah Max comes out to him, but I think maybe a convo about how after his mum died he didn’t feel he could talk to his dad would of been good for a more emotional kick to the readers.

Melanie was a conundrum, like her boyfriend couldnt get it up for her, but she kept pressuring him, and (view spoiler) , and then he said he was gay and she was like oh well that makes sense but you strung me along… i don’t know she just annoyed me i think.

I think it had the bones to be a good story, just needed to be fleshed out abit more.

 

You can find Genevieve curled up reading paranormal romance and romantic thrillers, or frantically typing her stories on her laptop.
Psychology is her trade by day, teaching and molding the minds of college students. Her interest in psychology can be seen in her books, each including many psychological undertones. Although she loves teaching, her passion, her true love, lays in the stories that roam around her in head. Yes, they all come from her mind–the good, the bad, and the totally insane.
She lives in Massachusetts–no not Boston-with her husband, daughter, and American Eskimo dog. With each story she shares, she hopes her love for writing and storytelling seeps through, encompassing the reader and leaving them wanting more.
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three-half-stars

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