The Darkest Link (Second Circle Tattoos)
When her car breaks down off the side of a lonely highway far from her sunny Miami home, tattoo artist Lia never expected her very own white knight to ride up on the back of a barely street-legal motorcycle...and she never expected to fall for her dark savior. After a string of failed... show more
When her car breaks down off the side of a lonely highway far from her sunny Miami home, tattoo artist Lia never expected her very own white knight to ride up on the back of a barely street-legal motorcycle...and she never expected to fall for her dark savior. After a string of failed relationships and a bruised heart Lia is not looking for forever, and the hot mechanic, with his sexy scruff and shaggy hair, is simply impossible to resist. He's the perfect candidate for a mind-blowingly-perfect, no-strings-attached one-night stand.Reid left his life in Chicago far behind him and hasn't been back, but he's never been able to escape the guilt he feels about his own painful role in inviting a monster into his baby sister's life. A monster who almost destroyed her. Being with Lia is an unexpected gift, one he doesn't feel he deserves, and their one night together has him wanting more than he should. When he surprises her at her tattoo studio, Second Circle Tattoos, in Miami, he's in for a shock—and a fist to the face—when his past and present collide.With secrets coming to the surface, Reid and Lia are thrown into a world of betray and lies that threatens to pull them under, and the last link to his former life may be the darkest of them all.
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2016-08-30
Publisher: Swerve Publishing
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
Received from Netgalley A story that takes a journey that will circle back to the beginning in a roundabout way. A conclusion but a beginning. The reader is drawn into the love through the banter between characters. Julianna Carlisle, a tattoo artist at Second Circle, is on her way to a speaking...
The fourth book in a series really isn't the place to start with a new author, but you take what you can get some days. Full review to follow.My Review:When I first saw this book's cover, it sort of made me think of science textbooks. An anatomy book to be exact. I'm still not wholly taken with the ...