Monday, October 23, 2017

Blog tour + Giveaway: Nailed It



 
Nailed It by Cindi Madsen
Publisher: Entangled Select Collection 
Published: October 23rd, 2017

I'm Ivy Clarke. Bartender, best friend, and disbeliever in love.

And now I'm in over my head, trying to flip a house all by myself.
Thanks, HGTV.

I'm not too proud to admit I need some help. Too bad the only one who can help me is the same man I want to throw out this house's second-story window.

Jackson Gamble and I can't be in the same room together for more than a minute without devolving into a sparring match.

Except for that one time…

But enough about that. Jackson's looking for forever, and I don't believe in love, remember?
Get in. Renovate. Get out. Keep my heart firmly in tact.

Because it's much easier to fix up a house than a broken heart.

Full of humor and dripping with delicious tension, Nailed It proves that every heart can be ready for a little rehabilitation, if only you're willing to open it up.

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Ivy is the kind of girl who runs from relationships. Her chilhood was filled with different men while her mother tried to find "the one" and so Ivy is sure such a thing doesn't exist. She has rules and ways to make sure her heart stays intact, After all, she saw her mother touch bottom one to many times and the one friendship and Ivy's constant was lost when Dixie, her mother's best friend, started dating one of her mother exes.

Jackson is Ivy's best friends' brother. That is problem #1. Savannah was clear to leave her brother alone and Ivy can't risk losing her too. But the chemestry and attraction between the two is undenialable and she just can't let him go. Especially when Jackson is so determined to have her.

I really enjoyed the love between them. When we start, Ivy and Jackson had a fling, a few months back that ended badly and now things are rocky at best, but when Ivy decides to flip her chilhood house, Jackson comes to help.
This was kind of a tug war, Jackson pushes for more while Ivy tries to run. But he's the only men she has ever truly rely on and that scares her so much.

Cindi Madsen did a great job at portraying the house, I could see it, being transformed step by step while reading and it was agreat way to see how Ivy and Jackson relationship progressed to
Something I didn't like was how Jackson tried to fix her in a way. Maybe because Ivy felt it that way I felt it too but at some points I did got the impression he was pushing just to see if he could.

Nailed it is a great love story, I don't know if I'd call it a second chance type of book though. It full of funny moments (Cindi's trademark) and a heroin that needs some help but is easy to relate too. Jackson is a dream guy, not only can fix a house he's sweet and caring. I loved reading how Ivy found herself.

Giveaway

  • $25 Amazon Gift Card

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