Fix You: Trade Me

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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3 Comments

  1. A must read!! Another 5 star book by Gen Ryan! I absolutely loved Max and Jason’s story. I did feel bad for Melanie though, unfortunately that happens a lot because of society’s views making people afraid to be who they are. There were a few quotes in here I really loved, “Everyone wanted to be ‘normal’ like being gay made us less of a person” and “love wasn’t something that just went away. It was a permanent part of you, pieces given and taken between people.” This is a short, quick read,…

  2. A beautiful story about finding your truth and true love!!! Gen Ryan has truly written a beautiful story with Fix You. This is so much more then just a simple love story!! This is a story about finding your true self and accepting who you are…. 

  3. It’s hard to accept who you are when who you are is not what society thinks is right. This story was a quick read, which is one reason why I love novellas. On the flip side, it kind of sucks that the story ends just as you’re wrapped in these characters. 

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