on 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.
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.
I really wanted to like this book. It had so much potential going in but it felt too predictable. I liked Ivy and Jackson and their chemistry was hot! However, I just didn’t like the way Ivy basically used her past as a crutch. I get that she had a rough childhood and that her mom was a crappy parent. She didn’t seem to grow through her experience with Jackson though and that was a major letdown. I wish we could have gotten a few things from Jackson’s POV. That probably would have made me love this one.