Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Sinful Southern Ink; The Review

Jed Weston is a tall, hard country boy with dangerous cowboy charm and piercings in all the right places. As Abigail's employee in her tattoo and piercing shop, he's kept things between them on a strictly professional level. Until Abigail's violent past catches up with her and she seeks his comfort-comfort that leads to an intense emotional and sexual connection neither can ignore. Jed's jealous ex-girlfriend, a nosy reporter, and a potential father-in-law in prison won't keep him from the woman who makes him hard at the very sight of her. Nothing will keep Jed Weston from catching-and keeping-the woman he loves.

Sinful Southern Ink
S. J. Drum
80 pages


When you work with someone for three years you think you know them until one day you somehow look at them in a whole new way.

Abigal has had a rough childhood to say the least and has overcome much and has made a new life for herself when things turn upside down but she has an inner strength that shines through. Jed is a guy that tries to keep things at arms length, even when it is obvious he would rather have a physical relationship. Hot sexy action and a fun tattoo shop setting. Love the combo!

I wanted to see more of the folks in the tattoo shop and felt like this story had tons of potential. The chemistry was right, the scene was set and I totally want to read more from this author. Bad boy Jed could have been a rough and tumble kind of guy but instead he was a caring and sweet character that was easy to fall in love with.

4 stars

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