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Fix Up (Patch Up Series Book 2) by [Witter, Stephanie]
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Saying “I love you'' doesn’t erase the old scars and fears.

"I love you to insanity. I'm not even sure if it's a good thing.'' — Duke

Skye is trying to overcome what happened with Sean. Now that she’s slowly healing, both physically and mentally, she’s determined to do something she should have done sooner. She’s meeting twice a week with a new, very young therapist, Dr. Marshall. There, she’s able to talk freely, unwind, and question things. Most of the sessions she talks about herself and her hangups, along with her relationship with Duke, which is still on rocky ground.

"I want to taste his sweat. I want to hear his groans. I want to feel him inside of me.'' — Skye

But while Skye is slowly getting back on her feet, Duke feels like he's drowning. He’s afraid of pushing her too much, of initiating intimacy, and it’s weighing between them. Moreover, knowing that he's not the one she’s talking to anymore is making him feel things he never thought possible.

"It’s a matter of when I’ll stop fighting." — Duke

As days pass, Duke is showing over and over how vulnerable he truly is and how Skye has more power over him than she ever imagined. When Skye sees how they keep hurting each other, she’s determined to do everything in her power to make things right, no matter what the cost. But one thing is still sure; she can count on Duke whenever she needs him, even if they disagree and fight. When Duke loves, he loves with everything he’s made of, the good and the bad.

"Loving her is confusing, making me afraid of myself and what I can do ... because I can break us both." — Duke

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 237 pages
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  • Publisher: Anchor Group Publishing (12 October 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00OGTM54K
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars HEA finally achieved 12 July 2016
By Mujer - Published on Amazon.com
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I was unsure what to rate this book at first as I had mixed feelings about it. I loved the first book Patch Up and the idea of Duke and Skye as a couple. While it had a lot of angst, that fit the circumstances of the plot. I went straight from that book to this one, and I think that was a mistake. I probably should've taken a breather before moving on to this sequel, which was also full of angst. While many of Skye's feelings and reactions were believable and realistic after such a years-long abusive relationship and traumatic abduction and near-rape by ex-boyfriend Sean in the last book, I found myself feeling impatient with her at times. ***SPOILERS*** She felt responsible for Sean's mother and for rescuing her from her abusive relationship with her husband, Sean's father. While I can understand her being able to empathize with the woman's pain, etc., I can't think that most people would take her on as a project and go out of their way like Skye did to help her out. While Skye's recovery was agonizingly slow, it was believable. But I was disgusted and upset with her for breaking up with Duke "for his own good." I thought it was unnecessary. The situation with the psychologist Dr. Marshall had some unrealistic elements. First, I find it doubtful that, from a team of available professionals on staff, the decision would've been made for the youngest, close to Skye's age, would've been the one selected to work with her. Second, as a professional, when Dr. Marshall started having feelings for Skye, the ethical and expected thing for him to do would've been for him to remove himself from working with her and recommending someone else. That should've been initiated by HIM as a professional. Instead, he kept working with her and gave her advice that clearly would pandered to HIS personal interest in a client, which was also unprofessional and unethical. Obviously, Skye should've come clean with Duke about Dr. Walker's age and interest in her (which was not reciprocated). She wasn't interested in him as a man, but was flattered by his interest in her. Perhaps that's not surprising, given Skye's background and lack of any normal, meaningful relationship before Duke. We see much more of Duke's issues in this sequel, and I felt such empathy for him. He REALLY loved Skye! He did overact to some of the things going on with Skye, but was spot on about Skye's wishy-washiness in regards to Sean. I just hated the way she kept hurting him. Some of Skye's pain she brought on herself (i.e., her heartbreak after SHE broke up with him). Duke was obviously a keeper. He should've gotten rid of his dead girlfriend's necklace sooner, but Skye should also have told him how she felt about him still wearing it instead of silently resenting its presence. I was very pleased Duke finally decided to fight for her, and I liked the epilogue where we saw into their future as a couple. All in all, I liked this book, but not as much as the first one. Looking forward to Kate and Derek's story. I'd also like to see a novel about Duke's college roommate Grayson at some point.
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice read 18 November 2014
By LBry2602 - Published on Amazon.com
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I kinda enjoy an angsty guy on occasion. Nice 2 book series, i enjoy complete stories but always wonder what happened to additional characters....looks like we'll find out
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read story for anyone who believes in the power of love. 1 November 2014
By Kindle HDX Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Fix Up is book 2 in the Patch Up series by Stephanie Witter. Book 1 had me in its clutches and as it ended, I was left wanting and waiting for the next installment in this new series. All I can say is WOW!!! The old saying, ‘you don’t know how strong you are, until being strong is your only option’ surely stands true in this story. Skye and Duke are a mess emotionally, but together, they feed off of one another. They need one another as much as they need air to breath.

When Patch Up ended, Duke had rescued Skye from her abusive ex Sean. She’s been badly beaten and sexually assaulted. As he is in jail, awaiting trial, Skye tries to get on with her life. She is trying to come to terms with her feelings for Sean (not love but a feeing of what she lost) and seeks the assistance of a therapist in trying to understand all that’s happened, her feelings about it and how to move forward. Of course, she continues to push people away and quickly jumps to conclusions. When Duke wouldn’t rush back into a physical relationship because he didn’t want her to feel pressured, she assumes that it’s because he’d repulsed because Sean had touched her. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Duke is totally in love with Skye. He loved Juliet before she died, but he literally can’t survive without Skye. He even tells Skye that as much as he cared for Juliet, if he had met Skye when she was living, he wouldn’t have been able to not talk to her. He struggles with her opening up to someone besides himself but doesn’t want to push her too much thus making him feel as if he’s drowning. He feels a connection to Skye he’s never felt with anyone, even Juliet. He knows that losing Skye could be the end of him and he doesn’t ever want that to happen. She truly holds all power over him and he is extremely vulnerable without her.

Fix up is an emotionally charged story full of ups and downs, sadness and happiness but full of unconditional love and support. A must read story for anyone who believes in the power of love.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Read 15 October 2014
By Kim - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is the perfect conclusion to Skye and Duke's story that we read about in Patch Up. Their story picks up shortly after Sean's attack on Skye. Stephanie took me on an emotional rollercoaster ride throughout the book. There were times during the book that I would go from crying one moment to feeling rage the next. I highly recommend this book.....just be advised to have some tissues ready!!
5.0 out of 5 stars AMAZING 15 October 2014
By Ethel Ferguson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Patch Up picks up a couple weeks after Sean’s brutal attack on Skye; we see how not only she is dealing with the aftermath, but also her friends and family. I love that in book two we get to have Duke’s perspective along with Skye’s, it made me understand him more.
This story again took me through all the emotions that the first one took me through. I was very intrigued by Skye’s new relationship with her psychologist. I have never seen one myself, but it was interesting to see that aspect in a book and I have to say that Dr. Marshall intrigued me a little.
Both Syke and Duke had a lot to work through during this book. Skye needed to overcome what had happened to her and work on her relationships with the people around her. Duke on the other hand had to work on his demons and his feeling for Skye and Juliet.
I took me some time to read this story, I felt all these emotions involving Duke and all his heartbreak. The last 40 percent of the novel I was heartbroken and unsure if I could read on, but of course I did!

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