Here is the fragment again:

The man whom Brenda refuses to marry even if someone paid her a million dollars.

You correctly identified the fragment as an appositive. The man whom ... is a noun phrase beginning with man, a noun.

To fix this fragment, you could add a subject and verb, like this:

Jeremy was the man whom Brenda refuses to marry even if someone paid her a million dollars.

Or you could use Punctuation Rule 9 to fix the problem. Punctuation Rule 9 requires that you separate the appositive from the main clause with comma(s), like this:

Jeremy, the man whom Brenda refuses to marry even if someone paid her a million dollars, never wears socks that match.

Or like this:

Over in the corner sat Jeremy, the man whom Brenda refuses to marry even if someone paid her a million dollars.

Enjoy your your visit to the Queen's garden!

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