I received a copy of Fixing Perfect by Theresa M. Travis from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
In the community of Avalon on Catalina Island, a psychopath is kidnapping children and perfectly posing and painting the bodies of adult victims to resemble disabled artist, Robin Ingram. Robin struggles with feelings of imperfection, and knowing some madman has a macabre agenda—which includes fixing her—is unsettling. She's relieved when paramedic Sam Albrecht steps up to help. Sam believes he knows the identity of the killer, and he wants nothing more than to prove it in order to keep Robin out of danger. Then Sam is arrested as a suspect for the crimes, and Robin's life is thrown into a fresh whirlwind. She may not know who the real killer is, but she does know Sam is innocent--and she will find the proof to set him free, or she'll die trying.
This was a really good book. Robin Ingram is disabled but that doesn't stop her from living life to the fullest. Each Saturday she plays softball with a group of other disabled people from the community of Avalon on Catalina Island. When a madman starts kidnapping children and posing them to resemble her she and everyone in the community is on edge. A good friend, and Robin's crush, Sam Albrecht helps in the search of the killer. When Sam finds one of the children in a building that had already been searched he becomes the prime suspect. Can Robin help the police find the real killer before it's too late?