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review 2017-04-18 20:58
Giveaway & Review – The Fixer by Jill Amy Rosenblatt @JillARosenblatt @partnersincr1me
The Fixer: The Killing Kind (The Fixer - Katerina Mills) (Volume 2) - Jill Amy Rosenblatt



Kat’s a Fixer. You have a people problem, just give her a call and she will get take care of it.




Then…why is she dating Detective Ryan Kelllan, whose search for answers in the murder of Felicia Reynolds touches awfully close to home and her secret.


The more work she does, the deeper she gets. She witnessed a murder. Her father is being hunted and they think she has answers.


Bad guys…good guys…they all want her.


Danger surrounds her…does anyone ever get out?


And then there’s Alexander Winter. I have a picture in my mind of this fascinating character and he is someone who intrigues me. He leaves me wiith more questions than answers.


The Fixer was thought provoking and I enjoy mulling over the questions left to answer after having read a novel.


Have you ever wondered how you got into a situation? And how far is too far.?


Pretending to be someone else can be a fun adventure, but what do you do when the bill comes due?


A little more sense of urgency and maybe some more details of the incidents and her feelings would bump up my rating, but one thing is for sure…I want more of her story which doesn’t end here.


I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of The Fixer by Jill Amy Rosenblatt.


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review 2017-04-06 16:30
The Killing Kind
The Fixer: The Killing Kind (The Fixer - Katerina Mills) (Volume 2) - Jill Amy Rosenblatt
Katerina Mills is a fixer. What is a fixer? Well if someone has a problem and are wealthy, Katerina gets assigned and can use the contacts she has to fix the problem, collect the money etc. Simple right? Well nothing is ever easy and simple and Katerina finds that out when she is assigned to several 'problems'. 
If it wasn't for the fact that she has some debt to pay off and as a college student, that can be difficult to do. So solving this problem like I said should be a breeze. The problem is she is involved in several different problems that seem to not go as planned. This novel is definitely character driven with a plot that is different than I have read before. At times a madcap journey with different characters, a cop who she has a non relationship with, another man that she really likes but doesn't want to get to close to and then there are the clients, and their exes. Among the many people there are men who are not very nice and will do whatever it takes to get what they want from Katerina.
I have only read this the third book in the series, I really want to read the first two now, but this series is definitely one that is a fast paced page turner. I did get confused at times in trying to keep up with Katerina, but that added to the excitement of the story. If you want a fun series to read, this is it.
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review 2014-12-10 00:00
ثقافة الاستهلاك
ثقافة الاستهلاك - Roger Rosenblatt,ليلى عبد الرازق
كتاب عن ثقافة الاستهلاك فى أمريكا وان الاستهلاك بهذه الطريقة أثر على البيئة
لكن الصراحة لم استفد من الكتاب , كميه معلومات قليلة على صفحات كثيرة فحسيت بالملل وانا بقرأ الكتاب
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review 2013-12-12 00:00
Making Toast
Making Toast - Roger Rosenblatt I received this free from Audible. i am glad I did not purchase it. it was written like diary and a boring one I at that.
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review 2011-10-24 00:00
Making Toast: A Family Story
Making Toast: A Family Story - Roger Rosenblatt The writing in this book is beautiful and spare, but the author comes across as very self-absorbed and the family just a little too perfect. The world written of in this book, with private school, a nanny (who works five 12-hour days a week to take care of one child when there are three other adults in the house), shopping splurges and plays in New York City, is very foreign to me and I found it difficult to relate to. Also, the random politics thrown in were sort of jarring, along with the name-dropping.
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