Unfixable [NOOK Book]

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A new adult novel from Entangled's Embrace imprint...

He’s the last thing she wants…but the only thing she needs.



Willa Peet isn’t interested in love. She’s been there, done that, and has the shattered heart to prove it. Ready to ...
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Overview


A new adult novel from Entangled's Embrace imprint...

He’s the last thing she wants…but the only thing she needs.



Willa Peet isn’t interested in love. She’s been there, done that, and has the shattered heart to prove it. Ready to shake the breakup, she heads to Dublin, Ireland. But there’s a problem. A dark-haired, blue-eyed problem with a bad attitude that rivals her own. And he’s not doling out friendly Irish welcomes.

Shane Claymore just wants to race. The death of his father forced him off the Formula One circuit, but he’s only staying in Dublin long enough to sell the Claymore Inn and get things in order for his mother and younger sister. He never expected the sarcastic American girl staying at the inn to make him question everything.

But even as Willa and Shane’s fiery natures draw them together, their pasts threaten to rip them apart. Can Shane give up racing to be with the woman he loves, or will Willa’s quest to resurrect the tough-talking, no-shit-taking girl she used to be destroy any hope of a future together?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781622665457
  • Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 4/14/2014
  • Series: Entangled Embrace
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 250
  • Sales rank: 12,100
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author


Thank you for your interest in my books! I'm Tessa and I live in the crazy, loud, overcrowded borough of Brooklyn, New York. I love it here. This city is a constant source of inspiration, which is why I love to set my stories in big, boisterous cities.  

I moved to New York when I was eighteen, the day after I graduated high school. Threw my suitcase in the back of a Chevrolet Cavalier and drove across the country to find my adventure. I'm still finding it, little by little.
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  • Posted April 14, 2014

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    A great sweetly emotional book.  I have to admit I was a little

    A great sweetly emotional book.  I have to admit I was a little hesitant reading this book because Willa is so young, and I am so not.  But I thought this book was very written with a lot of class.  It was much more than I expected.  I have loved all Tessa's books and this one is the same.  Willa and Shane are spontaneously hot.  Loved their sarcastic bantering and the way they were drawn to each other.  I will never doubt Tessa again.  Don't get me wrong, this story does have its heated moments and scenes, but they were never raunchy and totally respectable.  I am glad I put my hesitance aside and dove right in.  And I adored the glimpses of Derek and Ginger.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2014

    Great

    Lovd it

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2014

    Beautiful

    A beautiful story with a definite Tessa Bailey twist! You root for both Willa and Shane and their happy ending.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2014

    Great

    I echo the sentiment of other reviewers. I was also hesitant to read the book about Willa, being that young and her story being a spin-off of the Line of duty series. But it ended up being a terrific read and, the characters, most relatable. Highly recommended.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2014

    Very Different!

    This is a tough review... I liked the characters, I enjoyed the visit to Ireland and I can't be really critical of the story... But, that said it took me too long to finish the book to make it a 5 star... It was too easy for me to put it down and pick it up later... Maybe it was too predictable and stretched out a bit too long... Just let me say I liked it but I didn't love it...

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2014

    Amazing

    ## FABULOUS. Another must read from Tessa Bailey. I feel like a broken record....her books are simply stunning. EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. The characters she creates are fully developed and so well fleshed out. I wish other authors would take a page from Tessa's book and create such amazing heroines. Strong, beautiful and sassy. Every one of them. Ginger was definitely my favorite. This story is about her little sister Willa. I highly recommend reading "Protecting What's His" first as it enhances this book tremendously. Generally I don't read books with heroines this young but I couldn't NOT read it because it was written by the exceptional Ms. Bailey. I loved the chemistry between Willa and Shane including the snarky sarcasm in the beginning of the story. Shane was.....well let's just say "humina, humina". Yes, hot. Really hot. I cannot wait to see what Ms. Bailey has in store for us next. You can bet whatever it is, it will be marvelous. Can't wait to read again....

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

    Tessa Bailey has done it again! From beginning to end I was tran

    Tessa Bailey has done it again! From beginning to end I was transfixed and couldn't stop reading. I loved Willa and Shane and the sparks between them jump off the page. The chemistry between the two is evident in their first meeting and I couldn't wait to see these two finally admit their feelings for one another. 




    I can't say enough how much I liked Shane and Willa and their pairing. I liked that they both liked one another despite their issues and attitude. Neither wanted to change the other, they were happy with who they were issues and all. 




    Let me just say that Shane is sexy...yes I know it's a given with a Tessa Bailey story but damn. Maybe it's the accent but I really liked Shane. He's fierce, protective and not afraid to speak his mind. 




    As for Willa, I've always been a fan of hers and I'm glad that we were able to see her mature and get her HEA. She is truly deserving of it. There is a lot of growth with her and I'm glad we were able to see it. 




    This book might not be has explicit as Tessa's Line of Duty series but it's no less hot. This book was still pretty hot and sexy. Believe me, there was one scene between Shane, Willa and a car that was pretty freaking hot. 




    I highly recommend this book and I can't wait to read more from Tessa Bailey. Tessa has quickly moved her way up on my favorite author list and is a definite auto buy. If you aren't reading Tessa's books you are SERIOUSLY missing out. 

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

    This book will take you on an emotional ride. You will go on tri

    This book will take you on an emotional ride. You will go on trip to Dublin with Willa where she meets Shane, the innkeeper. Willa thinks she is unfixable from a previous relationship and Shane is haunted by his past, can they find true love.
    This books has such emotions, humor, crying and hot sex.
    I will be rereading this book. I received this book from the publisher for and honest review.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

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    First New Adult for Bailey is a HIT! When I decided to read Unf

    First New Adult for Bailey is a HIT!

    When I decided to read Unfixable I had no idea it was about a character I had met before. I read the synopsis and thought the character name sounded familiar but it didn't dawn on me until I was halfway through chapter one. That's when I realized I had met Willa Peet in another book by this author called His To Protect. She and her sister Ginger were two of my favorite characters in that book so I was happily surprised that the lovable foul mouthed teen got her own story! 




    Willa had a tough life. Her journey to self discovery began when she started dating the adorably affable, Evan. he her ticket to normal, Captain of the basketball team and popular, he always tried to include her in everything he did. He introduced her to his friends, invited her to parties and even took her to prom. I had such high hopes that Evan and Willa would work out when I read His TO Protect. They were so adorable together and Willa needed something stable and beautiful after the life she had endured with her addict mother. But her inner turmoil won't let her have Evan. She feels likes she broken. Unable to love someone like they should be loved or give them what they need. She tried to be what Evan needed but in the end it wasn't enough. To get over her breakup with him she is sent to Dublin after winning a photo contest to spend a month taking pictures of her trip for a magazine.




    Once there, Dublin changes Willa. From the inside out a slow transformation takes place in her that opens up something she didn't realize she possessed. The Claymore inn she is staying at is how she meets Shane whose family runs the place. He picks her up from the airport and the friction between them, which isn't always pleasant, is something that interests Willa to a certain extent even though she's closed herself off. She doesn't want to make friends and does her best to avoid getting involved but the locals make it hard for her to keep herself away as she makes new friendships and connects with Shane on a deeper level. 




    Out of all Bailey's heroines I have to say Willa is my favorite. Even though she was a tween when I first met her she's grown into a beautiful young woman and her path to finding out who she really is was so beautiful and exactly what I wanted for her. She's a tough little spitfire but it's mostly just her mouth. There's something deeper she keeps hidden from everyone because she doesn't know how to express herself. Shane really opens her up and it's not just the whole "He's everything she never knew she needed" aspect. He is able to open her up because he's exactly like her. He keeps his emotions and feelings locked away and doesn't know how to be close to anyone except his family. I didn't want to like Shane at first. My allegiance was to Evan because he was so sweet and good to Willa. Ultimately though, Shane was the right fit for Willa. He has some daddy issues that keep him from connecting on an emotional level as well. His father wanted him to follow in his footsteps and run the inn but Shane wanted to race and when he followed his heart he was kicked out of his home for his efforts. The loss of his father after that brings him back to run things along with his sister Faith after his mother loses some of her marbles and needs constant supervision. Shane really was a great guy. He loved his family, he protected his sister and he was willing to stick around to show Willa what she needed. He wouldn't let her push him away no matter what she did.




     The soul searching she does while in Ireland and the discoveries she makes about herself were rewarding not to mention the friendships she makes adding to her vivid canvas. Shane's sister Faith grows on her the more time she spends with her and upon an outing by herself, Willa meets two goofball Irish lads who moonlight as musical pickpockets. Bailey delivers something special in Unfixable and I can't put my finger on what it was exactly. everything just worked together to make this a wonderful story. 




    To be a New Adult venture in Bailey's repertoire Unfixable brought almost as much heat as her adult novels which by the way never leave me unfulfilled in any capacity. There is something special about Bailey;'s writing style that makes me connect with the characters and the way she pens her chemistry just works for me. Every single time. I have yet to read anything of hers that hasn't made me feel on all levels. I might love other characters more than some but I always enjoy them nonetheless. She writes characters that are lovable and unforgettable. No two characters ever feel like the same recycled person from other stories. Her women are fierce and vulnerable at times and her men are strong, protective and sexy. Another strong attribute to her writing is how she brings to life the surroundings of her characters. Everything Willa saw, touched or explored had an emotional connection that I felt right along with her. It's enough to make me feel as if I'm standing right next to the character seeing what they see. It's not super detailed down to the very last aspect but the connection is made through the eyes of the heart.








    From the emotional upset of Willa's supposed first love and breakup to the finding of something deeper than she has ever known, Unfixable took me on a ride I wouldn't have wanted to miss. It almost felt like watching a child grow up because I had been through so much with Willa already. Don't worry if you haven't read His To Protect yet though, Unfixable can absolutely be read as a stand alone because it honestly does just that. Stands Alone. Willa is her own person and I really felt that throughout her story. I'm hoping now though that the next book will be something involving Shane's sister Faith. She was another spitfire woman and her Irish heritage only makes her that much more interesting. For those who don't want to venture fully into the world of adult novels but want some of the heat and intensity then Unfixable is the right book for you.

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

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    Oh Tessa Bailey, she can do no wrong. Everything she writes I fa

    Oh Tessa Bailey, she can do no wrong. Everything she writes I fall head over heels with, and Unfixable was no different. I loved it from the first page, and just fell more in love with it as each chapter progressed. 




    This one was so different from Tessa Bailey's other books in several ways, and I loved it. Willa, Ginger's younger sister, wins a photography contest and gets a trip to Ireland where she meets hot guy Shane. And he is quite the dirty talker, in typical Tessa Bailey fashion. The pair of them together was so great.




    I loved Faith, Shane's younger sister - she is such a spunk. Paired with Kitty, her mom, her, Shane, and Kitty make a pretty rag tag bunch of a family. I loved the family spirit that was not only present through the scenes with them, but also just O'Clare's in general.




    Having been to Ireland, it was really cool to know so many of the places that Tessa Bailey references in Dublin. And I also now have a few new places I'm dying to visit if I ever get the chance to go back. 




    Really all I want to know is why every Tessa Bailey male lead has to be unattainably hot and not real? Because I want one. Basically, go read it. Tessa Bailey can do adult. She can also do new adult. And anything else she puts her pen to. 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

    An amazing story that shows us that love can find us at the mo

    An amazing story that shows us that love can find us at the most unexpected times whether we think we deserve it or not. Willa and Shane are a great pair and their relationship is fresh and exciting but it's also temporary. Isn't it?? This is a definite must read!

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

    I was recently introduced to the greatness known as Tessa Bailey

    I was recently introduced to the greatness known as Tessa Bailey, and after reading Protecting What's His, I completely fell in love with Derek, Ginger, and Willa. It is my favorite Brazen novel to date and I couldn't get enough of them. When I heard Willa was getting her own book, I admit- I was a bit disappointed at first. I knew it was too idealistic of me to think Willa would live happily ever after with her first love and high school boyfriend. I loved the little interaction we had between Evan and Willa in Protecting What's His, so I was afraid to see Tessa rock the boat, so to speak. This is one of those times I can honestly say- I've never been so glad things didn't work out the way I thought they should. Shane Claymore is the ultimate game changer. He has such a powerful, intriguing presence that you can't help but be magnetically drawn to him!



    Pacing: Excellently paced. I was engaged from start to finish and I love the slow burn of Willa and Shane's relationship.



    Storyline: I love reading about characters staying abroad. Having spent time in Europe myself, I know what it's like to be in awe of my new surroundings and how different the cultures are from my own. Willa knows her time in Ireland is temporary and she isn't there to make friends. She certainly isn't there looking for love, either. After the heartbreak of her last relationship, Willa is determined to find herself again. She spent 2 years of her life with Evan and never felt like she could truly be herself with him. He kept wanting to make her better and eventually Willa knew she couldn't let him keep trying to fix her. She is who she is- beautifully broken, and she knows she can't let him continue the path of reconstruction for her. This book is really centered around Willa's awakening, both sexually and spiritually. I loved the emotion and the depth Bailey brings to this story and I absolutely loved reading Shane and Willa's story.



    Characters: Willa and Shane have both grown up knowing hardships. They know what it's like to not have the support and love from their respective parents and that has really played a key role in shaping who they are and what they struggle with to this day. Ginger, Willa's sister, has been the one to take care of her from a very young age, when their mother was too strung out to do it herself. Naturally they have formed a very close bond and the few scenes where we got to see her interact with Ginger and Derek were really special.


    Willa is a spitfire. She isn't afraid to say what's on her mind or march to the beat of her own drum. That is definitely one of the first things Shane notices about her after she gives him the slip at the airport. When it comes to feeling and emotion, however, Willa is a master avoider. She knows that her time in Ireland is temporary and the last thing she needs is to form attachments to people she'll have to leave.



    Shane Claymore is a force to be reckoned with. He exudes confidence and strength and I like that he was more of a silent type. It just made his character that more powerful and when he does show vulnerability, you know it's serious. I wasn't sure if I would like that abruptness Shane had, but I actually loved it. He has not had a picture perfect past like Evan did, so Shane understands Willa on a level he wasn't able to. He doesn't want to try and change her- instead he wants her to embrace the passionate side of herself and let herself break free of the restraints she's placed on herself. He doesn't want her to hide from herself, but instead show the world who she really is- flaws and all. While not a full blown alpha like most of Tessa's other heroes, he definitely has alpha tendencies and I was in a constant state of swoon when it came to Shane. He doesn't wear his emotions on his sleeve and could be a bit difficult to read at times. However, when it came to showing how he felt, his actions spoke volumes.



    I also really liked Faith, Shane's sister. She is cheerful and sweet and a bit socially repressed. Her life is the bar and her family and she is upset that Shane would want to sell something that means so much to her. You can tell he's got the overprotective big brother role down pat, but Faith just wants to be able to LIVE and do it with a free spirit. She gravitates to Willa almost instantly and even though Shane warns Willa away, she can't help but not want to disappoint the sweet girl.



    Final Thoughts: I cannot impress upon you all enough just how much I loved this book. It has everything I could want in a New Adult book- the right amount of steam and sexual tension, great character development and discovery, and a hero who will make you swoon and fill your heart to the point of bursting. Tessa Bailey really takes her writing to another level here and the depth and emotion that she has created will leave you desperate for more.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 8, 2014

    I couldn't have said it better then someone with a previous revi

    I couldn't have said it better then someone with a previous review, it was so easy to put down and just come back to it later. After awhile I was reading the same thing over and over.  I loved Shane really I can't deny that but I wish the physical interactions between him and Willa would of began sooner so there was a little more time to enjoy their story. Kitty and Faith also add some light humor to it which I did like. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2014

    So good!

    I loved reading Willa's story...a must read for anyone who craves a good love story!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2014

    Love this book!!

    Love,love!!

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  • Posted May 16, 2014

    CHECK IT OUT

    Willa really grows up in this book, I like how Tessa Bailey kept this love story simple yet really good..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2014

    wow!

    This story flowed so well! It wasn't the insta love story I was expecting and I adore that the author made it so. I want to hear more about Willa and Shane's life!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2014

    Loved!

    Absolutely loved this story. I would totally recommend it. I adore Willa and Shane. So romantic. I agree with what someone had told the author it was "grab you by the throat romantic" You will laugh, you will shake your head, and you will cry. Just loved it. After the last 3 poorly written books I've read ( not by this author) this was a complete pleasure! :)

    s.

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  • Posted May 4, 2014

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    Willa's story blew me away. It's written in first person, so we

    Willa's story blew me away. It's written in first person, so we can see directly into her broken, "unfixable" heart--and right through her tough-girl exterior. Readers have a front row seat first as she runs away from the breakup of a relationship that never should have been and later as she flat-out sprints away from the one she was meant to have all along. It's glorious.




    Willa and Shane have an antagonistic relationship from the start--she's determined to get her old who-cares-what-anyone-else-wants-or-thinks self back, and he's only hanging around his family's pub long enough to sell it and get back to his real life. Neither one wants anything to do with the other--neither has room for or wants anyone else in their lives--yet they're drawn to each other in a way that neither can deny.




    Watching them fight is fantastic, because it's that I-can't-stand-you-let's-just-do-it-already kind of fighting. Tessa Bailey builds up the tension nicely, ratcheting up the steam factor until the reader is almost as ready to scream as her heroine and hero are. When they finally do get together it's with trademark Tessa Bailey steam, though perhaps tempered just a tad for the new adult market. Still, it's wonderful.




    Willa, of course, isn't done running. Fortunately, Shane's got her number. Plus, he's not above tossing her over his shoulder to get his point across.




    Delicious.




    If you like witty banter, growly heroes, highly combustible sexual tension, and heartwarming family moments, then this is the book for you.




    Rating: 4 stars/ A-




    I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted May 4, 2014

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    UNFIXABLE is an adult, contemporary, romance storyline that focu

    UNFIXABLE is an adult, contemporary, romance storyline that focuses on two people struggling with the indecision about life and everything it has to offer. This is nineteen year old American photographer Willa Peet and Irish race car driver Shane Claymore’s story. Willa has arrived in Ireland as a guest of the Claymore Inn. After winning a photography contest where first prize is a month long stay in Ireland photographing the land and its’ people, Willa struggles with her attraction to the bad boy bar owner Shane Claymore and her need to continuously move and forget about the past.
    The focus of the storyline is the developing relationship between Willa and Shane and, the people and family at Claymore Inn. The Claymore family own and operate a popular pub and inn where Willa discovers the family secrets, their protective family bonds and a dark history where not everything and everyone are as they seem. Shane and Willa are both running from their pasts –pasts mired in secrets and disappointments; broken hearts and family betrayal.
    Tessa Bailey pulls the reader into a storyline where one woman captures the beauty of the people and the land with her camera but refuses to acknowledge the beauty within her heart and soul. She is a woman who knows disappointment, betrayal and sorrow up close and personal. Willa believes herself to be broken and ‘unfixable’. Shane is a man whose need to prove himself worthy and finds his ‘need for speed’ a welcome compromise. It is only when they let their hearts and minds open to the possibility of love that Shane and Willa will find that the present and future are the only thing that count in a world where everyone judges you by the sins of the past.
    UNFIXABLE is well paced, colorful and sometimes heartbreaking storyline told from Willa’s first person POV. We are witness to their struggles, their fears and the pain of family rejection. Unfixable is a story of growing up and moving forward; of taking life and everything it has to offer and making something of yourself; and it is a story about two people who have found one another with the help of a young woman’s desire to lose herself in the beauty of the images she photographs-one picture at a time. The sex scenes are steamy, sensual and leave nothing to the imagination. Shane is a man who knows what he wants and he wants Willa-naked and ready.
    The secondary characters add a flavor and spice that resonate with love and understanding; humor and mental challenges. The world building brings the reader into a family run business where ‘everyone knows your name’ and strangers are sometimes closer than family. Tessa Baily frames the Irish countryside with definitive and vibrant content so that the reader can smell the salty, ocean breeze and the damp, new mown grass; the acrid odor of stale cigarette smoke and the sweat soaked bodies on the dance floor at the local club.
    If you are a fan of broken heroines and bad boy Irish heroes then UNFIXABLE is your next go to book –you won’t be disappointed.

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