Alex Farrer has always followed her parents wishes, except with one thing working as a paralegal for a big firm and pushing her engagement into three years. Alex knows she is not in love with her fiancee, nor does she want to be the stay at home wife on a pedestal that he insists with the pendulum looming, her time is running out and Alex finds her new boss not only attractive but questioning if Alex is on the right path for herself instead of others.
The last thing Abbey Miller wanted was to be picked as a contestant for reality television show Makeover Miracle, but her best friend needed the chance and she didn’t have the heart to say no. What Abbey didn’t expect though was the overwhelming panic and sadness as she remembers the tormenting bullying she has endured over the years.
Producer Quinn Campbell notices Abbey right away, not just because her stomach gave out but there is a striking beauty hidden underneath her mask of vulnerability. Quinn is reminded of his sister when he is in Abbey’s company, everything about her draws him in and he can’t seem to stay away even if it is crossing the line between producer/contestant.
I have always been a sucker for makeover stories, and Makeover Miracle is another instant favorite I could relate to Abbey and her feelings were so raw you want her to succeed. Abbey struggles with Quinn’s interest in her, but Quinn is willing to deal with her fears as long as it means staying by her side. I thought this was an wonderful read.