I did love that she found her knight and her HEA but I do wish the story was longer giving it and the characters more depth. I love that the epilogue gave the reader an insight into her story a few years later.
So, any interest in a newish book site with an "about us" stating wants to keep all reviews positive with no bullying books? (No, I'm not paraphrasing some site just asking everyone to keep it civil, respectful, inoffensive or clean language only -- they said books could be bullied and all reviews/content had to be positive.)
I'm not even naming or linking to that one because for crying out loud living breathing beings get bullied NOT inanimate products!
I'm not talking about someone being bullied; I realize that bullies are relentless both on and ofline and will attack any way they think they can harm their victims including through their business interests.
PEOPLE GET BULLIED. NOT THINGS.
I'm continually sickened and outraged by how incredibly offensive and demeaning it is to anyone bullied -- and how detrimental to bully prevention efforts -- when that word gets overused or gets used for bullshit like calling a single star rating from a random internet stranger on a commercial product "bullying."
And let's face it, if I want to see 100% positive reviews, I can visit a thousand author run sites, buzzfeed, author review services requiring 4-star minimums, ... I don't need to be visiting or contributing to one that insults victims of bullying.
Sheesh, cannot believe someone asked me why I wouldn't join.
The Quick Fix is a realistic fiction book and a sequel to The Big Splash. Set mostly in “The Frank” (Franklin Middle School), Matt Stevens (private-eye) is hired by four interested parties (the school bully, the candy dealers, and two cheerleaders) to solve the mystery of a wooden decorative trinket. But who is the rightful owner, and why would they want to pay top dollar for its safe return? What he is about to uncover will change his life! The book’s plot twists and turns will leave you wanting to decipher the mystery behind the contents of the wooden box.
I found this book quite humorous and interesting quick read. You will enjoy reading this book because of its complex plot and variety of characters, including a male lead.