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Genre: NA Contemporary Romance


Are we really destined to last or does fate have another plan in hand?
My world came to a screeching halt the day I met Claire. I don’t bother to keep my distance because she would never fall for a guy like me, and you know what they say, once an addict, always an addict. Even though I’ve kicked the habit, I’m quickly addicted to her. However, it all comes to a crashing halt as her lies start to unravel and the truth revealed. Will we be able to move past them or will I once again have to start a new life?
Destined to live a short and simple life, I tend to stick to myself until I run into Remy. For once, fate’s on my side and before I know it, I’m in too deep with secrets I can’t reveal. If Remy knew the truth, he would leave. They always leave.

Will I lose the only man to love me as everything starts to unravel? Or will we find that we were made to last?



NICUnurse’s Review of Tailor Fit by Tasha Lewis

Tailor Fit is the second full-length novel by Tasha Lewis. It’s a standalone book but there are some character overlaps from Tailor Made. But she does a good job of filling in the blanks when it comes to characters, so I feel pretty confident saying that you can read this book alone and not be lost as far as secondary characters go. It’s a sweet, contemporary, and new adult romance book.

Remy and Claire both have a lot to overcome. Every day they wake up is a day to be celebrated. But they don’t always see it that way. They both struggle with life-altering chronic illnesses and don’t give themselves enough credit on most days. (For those that would like to argue, I do believe addiction is a chronic disease. But we could argue that another time.)

I’m going to jump right in and say that writing characters that struggle with health issues isn’t easy unless you’ve lived it. Now, I have no idea if this author has to deal with the day-to-day struggles of chronic illness or not, but I think she did a decent job of showing some of the struggles someone might face. But it was definitely a challenging subject for a fairly new author to cover, and I applaud Ms. Lewis for being brave enough to tackle characters like Claire and Remy. I would have liked to see a little more detail regarding Remy’s growth and how he changed, but that’s just my personal desire.

NICUnurse’s Rating: Overall, I see a lot of growth in this author’s writing. The character and story development felt more confident than in her first novel. It didn’t feel like the characters were as wishy-washy as the ones in Tailor Made, and neither was the relationship between the main characters. I love that Remy wanted to be a better man for Claire but not because she expected him to change. She likes the person that he is now enough to fall for him. I think that’s an important distinction when writing a character that is struggling with addiction. If an addict feels like they are constantly letting loved ones down even as they struggle to stay clean and/or sober, eventually the feeling like a failure usually drives them right back into the addiction. Obviously, I’ve developed a soft spot in my heart for Remy. While I was able to put the book down here and there, it was still an enjoyable read, and I didn’t feel like I had wasted my time. So, if you’re a fan of sweet, clean romance, I say grab your copy of Tailor Fit and dive in today!

I give Tailor Fit by Tasha Lewis 3.75 out of 5 propellers!


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