Friday, November 20, 2015

Review: Pretty in Ink

Publication Date: October 27, 2015

Series: Bodies, Ink & Steel book 2

Rating: 5 Stars 

Official Blurb: Stevie is a tattoo artist and a free spirit. She’s covered in tattoos, cusses like a sailor, and is quite brash. She lives payday to payday, can barely pay her rent, and uses a bicycle as her only mode of transportation. Every man in her sordid past has abused her, and she’s reached the end of her rope. Only attracted to tattooed alpha males, and primarily bikers, she begins to wonder if her choices in men have been poor. One day as she stands in a torrential downpour without a ride, a handsome man in a suit offers her a lift in his Porsche. 

And she can’t help but wonder… 

Wilson is a successful businessman and a self-made millionaire. He’s handsome, intelligent, loyal, and unlike many other men with similar interests and wealth, he’s got an extremely colorful personality. 

But he also has a secret. 

While having one of the worst days of his life, he meets Stevie. Immediately, his views on matters, and on life, change. 

And he chooses to change her life in return. 

But Stevie and Wilson are from two totally different worlds - worlds that historically don’t mesh well. 

Can a self-made millionaire find love in someone who has nothing to offer him but herself? 

Can a woman who has only known pain, abuse, and inconsistency see value in stability and sincerity? 

Quite possibly only if both halves are willing to meet somewhere in the middle. 

Pretty In Ink is a stand-alone modern day Cinderella story. It has no cheating, no sex outside the relationship, and a heartwarming HEA. Be forewarned, this is erotic romance, and it is intended for audiences who are mature, and at least over 18 years of age. 

Review: I really love this book. I was actually hooked on the book just by watching the trailer. I mean who doesn’t love hot sexy tatted chicks and a millionaire love story. I haven’t read anything like this before and Stevie and Wilson are both such loveable characters.

We meet Stevie in book 1 of Blurred Lines and no you don’t have to read the first one but I highly recommend you should. Anyways Stevie is not a prim and proper type of girl. She says and does what she wants and when she wants. So when she meets Wilson for the first time he intrigues her because he isn’t her normal of man and she is attacked to him so why not go for it.

I didn’t realize how much I would actually love Wilson. When you think millionaires, you think cocky and arrogant pricks but that is NOT Wilson at all. He is actually one of the sweetest male characters I have ever met. He is drawn to Stevie and thinks she is amazing and she comes into his life right at a perfect time.

Stevie and Wilson both have some issues. Stevie’s past is rough and she isn’t use to being treated like a queen while Wilson is hiding a few skeletons of his own. These two are just perfect for each other. Sometimes it takes a bit to connect with characters in the story but not this one. I fell in love with Stevie and Wilson both right away. I literally finished this book in 2 hours because I couldn’t put it down. I am definitely ready for Scott’s next book. I’m addicted!! 

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