Tattoos & Teacups
As a teenager, Robert McKinnon left his native Scotland and moved to America. That was sixteen years ago, and Professor McKinnon has never quite settled in his new home or found his place this side of the pond. He might be prematurely old, but he has his cat, and his books, and that's all he... show more
As a teenager, Robert McKinnon left his native Scotland and moved to America. That was sixteen years ago, and Professor McKinnon has never quite settled in his new home or found his place this side of the pond. He might be prematurely old, but he has his cat, and his books, and that's all he needs. Then Chris Ford explodes into Robert's life with a crash of cymbals. The younger man is the polar opposite of Robert's calm civility. Bright tattoos cover his skin, and he wears his hair in a Mohawk and plays drums for a rock band. But he's a shot of color in Robert's black-and-white world, and Robert turns out to be the one thing Chris can count on. Despite all the reasons it shouldn't work, somehow it does. Even if Robert wasn't looking for love—especially not with someone nearly ten years his junior—he can't deny being with Chris is fun. But sometimes Chris's free-spirited nature leaves Robert feeling vulnerable. If they can't find a balance between tattoos and teacups, their relationship won't survive—and neither will Robert's newfound lust for life.
Publish date: July 6th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 244
Edition language: English
Well... they can't all be winners, can they? I admit, I bought this one a while ago because the cover was just so stunning and musician/professor and an age difference - worked for me. Except it wasn't that great. There was absolutely no conflict in this book, all 200+ pages of it. No conf...
23-year-old tattooed percussionist and 32-year-old Literature teacher.I enjoyed the book pretty much. At the end.To be honest, I thought I would DNF this book. The first half is very inconstant and I couldn’t feel that pull to go on with the characters and their lives. It was nice but not mesmerizin...
A sweet romance that was a nice change of pace from the craziness I've been reading lately. It was a joy to just sit back and watch Robert and Chris fall and make a life together.
Chris and Rob we're perfect together I loved that they were total opposites and were able to learn from each other. It was fun reading about their interaction and feelings. It was heartwarming and had just the right amount of angst in it.
I asked the Great Book Goddess of the Sky for one warm, engulfing, well written book a month and this month I was gifted with Teacups & Tattoos. Drummer Chris & professor Rob are wonderful to watch. They navigate the waters of relationships beautifully without angst. No bells, no whistles just a sim...