Saturday, September 12, 2015

Review: The Mad Tatter by J.M. Darhower



Publication Date: April 12, 2015

Series: Standalone

Rating: 4 Stars 




Official Blurb: Reece Hatfield has just one rule when it comes to falling in love: don't fucking do it. There's no room in his life for another person. He can barely keep a handle on things as it is. A shadow of the man he used to be, Reece spends his days tattooing, the artist inside of him longing for the chance to do something different. 


Avery Moore is all dance, all the time. Ballet is all she's ever known, and she's damn good at it. Her body is her art, a living canvas that captivates Reece the first time he lays his eyes on her. 

He yearns to leave his mark on her body... in more ways than one. 

The tattooed degenerate with a shady past. The beautiful ballerina with a bright future. They live in different worlds, yet somehow, they fit. But just because they fit doesn't mean they belong together. Cracks sometimes form. Two pieces don't always make a whole. The course of love never did run smoothly. Things get messy. 

And Reece doesn't do messy. 

Not anymore.



Review: This is a story of a good girl trying to please everyone else and a bad boy who isn’t so bad anymore. Of course no one wants them together, which made me love, these two even more. This whole entire book is told by Reece. I don’t know what it is about a whole book in a guy’s POV but it’s sexy as hell plus I fell hard for Reece and his attitude right away.

Reece got into some trouble in his younger years that he now regrets every single day. We don’t find out later on in the book the full effect of Reece’s actions but the person he was is not the person he is now. He gets up every day goes to work and every other weekend takes care of his daughter. I am in LOVE with his daughter. She was absolutely adorable and made me smile throughout the whole entire book.

I could NOT stand Reece’s ex. She was something serious when it came to their daughter. Reece was just trying to do what was best for her and she made the situation 100 times worse. Then along comes Avery. Where Reece is rough with a troubled past, Avery is pure and innocent. Reece doesn’t want to be attracted to Avery but fate, his daughter and his heart have other plans. But Reece’s past starts to get in the way and he thinks Avery is too good for him so he starts pushing her away. At times, I wanted to crawl through my kindle and just hold Reece. I felt so bad for him for his past mistakes. But that’s what I loved about Avery, when everyone else turned his or her backs on him, she didn’t. She should by him no matter what. Don’t miss out on this cute book! I couldn’t get enough.


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