October 18, 2015

# His Temporary Fix # Review

His Temporary Fix by Sofia Grey Review!

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's 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…






Review:
Zack Winters is an officer of the military, who has come home to bury his dead sister. He tries to lose himself in memories and self-reflection instead of dealing with the pain of losing his sibling. Nothing seems to work until he meets a beautiful stranger walking two dogs on the beach. He hopes that a hot night with her could get rid of the pain inside him. After the first kiss, he doesn't know if he will ever get enough.

Holly Jacobs wasn't looking for a fling with a soldier when she came home to look after her brother. She soon realizes that a night of passion might be exactly what she needs. The only problem, one night might not be enough to quench her need.

Even though this is a short novella read, I felt very connected to the characters as well as their storyline and emotions. I felt such pain and sorrow for Zack having to deal with what he does. I was so happy that Holly was able to distract him, even if it was only for a short while during the nights.


This was my first read from Sofia Grey and after reading His Temporary Fix, it definitely won't be the last book I read from this author. This story stole my heart and left me wanting even more. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I highly recommend it.
4.5 Stars!!

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