REVIEW – FIXED FOREVER (Fixed #6) by Laurelin Paige



Hudson Pierce-

You act so high and mighty, you and your perfect pregnant wife Alayna. With your perfect child and your perfect home.

You weren’t always perfect. Your past is filled with misdeeds.

Does your wife know all your secrets?

Would she stand behind you if she did?

You think because she’s on bedrest you can protect her? How sweet.

Sleep tight, you two.

-An Old Friend.

*****Patty’s Review*****

*****4.5 STARS*****
{ARC Generously Provided by Author}

Didn’t she understand that any joy I had found in that time of cold, dark nothingness was shallow compared to the depth of happiness I’d found with her? Didn’t she realize that I had barely been alive back then? Didn’t she understand that my life began with her? She had nothing to envy. She was my everything.



It’s been five years since I read the first book in this series and I remember just how much I enjoyed it…mainly because of Hudson. He was one sexy billionaire alpha male with a wicked streak in him. He enjoyed messing with people’s minds and lives. He was wicked like Ryan Phillippe’s character in “Cruel Intentions”, but just like that character, deep down Hudson had an empathetic heart. I felt Hudson shined in this last installment to the ”Fixed” series. For most of the book, I had a hard time liking Alayna. I never really did love her character, but I understood why she always felt so insecure and battled with feelings of jealousy. I think it would be hard for anyone who had to constantly run into their husbands ex-lovers and to always question his feelings since he was once the master of deception.




Hudson and Alayna have been married for several years and have three young children. They’ve settled into a very warm and loving relationship. Alayna still has her “moments” of anxiety which make her act a little crazy but Hudson takes it all in stride. He loves his wife and all her idiosyncrasies. Not for one moment does he view her as weak or make her feel as if she’s broken. All he does is cherish her and wants nothing more than to keep his precious family safe. He’s been on high alert because Hudson has been receiving very cryptic and scary letters that indirectly threaten Alayna and his children. Hudson tries to keep this from Alayna because she has been having a rough time after the birth of their twins and her anxiety levels had been on an all-time high.



Hudson thinks the person might be someone he’s played evil games with during his past. So he has his security team contact every person he can think of from his past who might have a vendetta against him in hopes of finding the person that’s been sending the letters. But as Hudson gets to hear how his cruelty has impacted people’s lives negatively, he also battles with his conscience. I loved that Laurelin Paige used this plot to bring about Hudson’s redemption. He never truly showed remorse over all of his wicked games he played with people’s lives and getting to see him face his actions and witnessing how truly sorry he felt made me love him that much more.



There’s a healthy dose of steaminess that will get everyone’s temperatures rising. I mean how could Hudson not melt a few panties?? I wasn’t prepared for how much I ended up loving this one. I don’t know why there was ever a doubt in my mind that I wouldn’t enjoy it. I think it’s because I’ve seen a few good series go downhill when the author drags it out for too long. But honestly, I think this was the perfect ending! And get ready for the thrill ride this author takes you on towards the end of the book! I was on the edge of my seat!!

Here are my overall ratings

Hero: 5
Heroine: 4
Plot: 4.5
Angst: 4.5
Steam: 5
Chemistry Between Hero & Heroine: 5

FIXED FOREVER is currently available! If you haven’t met Hudson and Alayna yet, this is a series worth diving into!

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