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Tuesday, December 10

Review: Innocent Ink by Ranae Rose

Title: Innocent Ink
By: Ranae Rose
Series: Inked in the Steel City #2
My Copy: Ebook from Author for Review
BookWhisperer Rating:

Photographing exceptional tattoos for the Hot Ink Tattoo Studio turns into much more than just a job when Karen meets Jed, the sexy-as-sin owner. With attraction sizzling between them, each photo shoot is a labor of love … and a chance to get closer to the man of her increasingly naughty dreams.

Curvy, vivacious Karen is everything Jed would want in a woman, if he wanted one at all. But a relationship seems like too dangerous a gamble for someone who’s loved before and suffered the ultimate loss. So why can’t he resist when he discovers the attraction is mutual? Even if he were willing to risk everything again, Karen’s too young, too full of life to be burdened with someone whose heart bears scars as permanent as the ink in his skin.

When the two finally face what lies between them, the passion is undeniably real, but will the unexpected extinguish the spark of their love, or fan the flames?

Innocent Ink did take me just a moment to regroup. It had been so long since reading Hot Ink, that I had to just push through the first few chapters until it refreshed me on the history. Really this was not a hardship though, because as I was relearning Eric and Mina's story, I was learning a whole new story starring Jed and Mina's best friend. I believed that I liked this sequel even better than the debut novel. Jed was a bit of an enigma, because even at the end of the book I don't know that I could with certainty say that I know him. He remains throughout as a mystery and broody individual. Karen on the other hand is an open book. I loved her character, and I loved how she is determined and centered. There is none of the whiny back and forth in this story. We jump into this lusty romance, and follow it all the way through. As I said before this has to be better of the two stories, but I am honestly really excited to read the third installment. It looks like it will have a bit of a twist. One being that it is the only female tattoo artist, and two that it has a lusty man that just happens to be a cop. Ranae Rose is great author. If you are looking for short romances that will just wisk you away on a little adventure; these are the stories for you!~BookWhisperer Reviewer Jax~

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