Fixer Upper (Fairview Single Dads Book 2) by Jason Collins

Fixer Upper (Fairview Single Dads Book 2)

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Blurb:
KIP:
Rule one of hiring a handyman: don’t fall in love with him.

My new house needs some renovations, and I’ve got my eye on Ted. He’s a contractor from my support group with a hands-on approach and a million-dollar smile, and I’m thrilled when he agrees to help. As it turns out, this renovation isn’t the only thing he’s got in hand.

Every time he’s around, I go weak in the knees. But I can’t let just anyone into my life—I have a daughter to think about, and family always comes first. If Ted can respect that, then I might let him put his hands on more than just my house.

Ted may be the perfect guy for the job, but falling for him wasn’t in the contract.

TED:
If this professor wants to get his hands dirty, I’ll help him roll up his sleeves.

Kip’s full of passion, but he’s pouring it all into this old home. It needs a miracle restoration over the summer, and I know I’m the man for the job. It’s not just his house that needs a makeover—his love life is just begging to be touched up, and I’m putting in a bid.

He’s not a craftsman, but he wants to help with the work, so I’ll just have to guide his hands. Luckily Kip is a fast learner. I’m restoring the entire house, but I can’t take my mind off his bedroom. He’s cautious, but for good reason, and I’ll have to prove myself if I want in.

I’ll give him a house to be proud of, and I’ll help him warm it up.

This is the second book in the Fairview Single Dads series. It can be enjoyed as a standalone with no cliffhanger. Readers can expect a spicy MM romance with several steamy scenes.