Tattoos and Teacups
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 244
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
3.5 Stars, Because I'm turning over a new leaf and I've been inspired to be more forgiving. See how nice I can be GR friends :)I do love an opposites attract story. Just like the Atlantic meets the Indian Ocean, Robert and Chris are very clearly defined by their differences, and yet they blend so w...
I was completely charmed by this lovely book with its witty humor, loveable characters, sloooooowww burn and guyliner.We have Robert, a college professor, who just goes through the daily motions of life. He feels as though he’s kinda dull and well, he kinda was at first. One drunken night he meets a...
I do love a cup of good tea. It usually puts me in that warm happy place. In fact I went to go make a cup before finishing this review. (LOL) And "Tattoos and Teacups" it's just like a cup of great tea - comforting, plus leaves you all warm and yummy inside.Robert is a 32 year old, Scottish, English...
A very sweet and well written romance with a touch of humor and great characters.No flashy dramatic plot turns, just two people with a different background who meet, get to know each other and fall in love. It is written in the first person POV of of Robert, a young English Professor from Scotland, ...
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