ARC REVIEW: His Temporary Fix by Sofia Grey


His Temporary Fix
Author: Sofia Grey
Genre: Romance, Contemporary
Release Date: October 26th, 2015
Published By: Entangled Publishing, LLC.
ISBN: 1633753867


One night is all it takes…

Holly Jacobs loses her heart a little too easily. Never again. But when she meets the sexy soldier on the beach, Holly knows she’s in big trouble. Zack Winter is gorgeous and in pain, and when he kisses Holly, all of her resolve melts away…

Zack is on short-term leave to attend a funeral, and he’s walking a fine line. The loss is unbearable…and he’ll do whatever it takes to distract himself from it. Especially if it means a night of searingly-hot sex with Holly Jacobs. Only his brilliant idea isn’t exactly going according to plan.

One night isn’t nearly enough. But if it goes much longer it might end in broken hearts…


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His Temporary Fix is a standalone novel by new-to-me author Sofia Grey. I can tell you right off, that the book cover is what attracted me to the book. Usually that’s what I see first, and then I read the synopsis. Sometimes, however, i don’t read the synopsis at all. That was the case with this book. It is told primarily from a third person point of view between the main characters, it has an HEA and there is no cliffhanger.

If I had one complain about this book at all, it’s that it’s extremely short. The plot and content within it are very well done, but I would have liked to see more. For the length of the book it’s also not rushed, so that was another plus for me. It may be shorter, but you do feel as if you’re getting the full story.

The connection between the main characters was well established, but I had the problem of actually feeling it between them. I was reading it, it was translating, but I wasn’t feeling it. To be completely fair here, it may have been me that day, and not the book. You do know the attraction is there!

Also because of the books length, you do focus on the main characters more, and less on the supporting ones. Even in that case though, they still felt fleshed out. You know who they are, and I think the author did a great job on that front, as well as with making the plot work.

My biggest complaint here, if you can call it that, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I wanted more book. Other then that, I give it a solid three star rating. I liked the plot, I liked the story line, I liked the characters!


3 star

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