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Rush: Women in his bed, celebs and rockers in his chair, and a killer bank account at his disposal, life is pretty freaking swell. Then she walks back into it again. With her mismatched eyes, perfect pink mouth and a laugh that still haunts him, she gave him nothing but marvelous misery. Now she wants his hands on her again. Not for pleasure, but for pain. For Ink. A bleeding heart to match the one she left him with five years ago.
Addison: She can’t forget him. No matter how hard she’s tried. The pain she caused him in the past eats at her daily, and she can’t move on with her life. But she has a plan, a hope for redemption - a way for him to take his revenge out on her flesh. But it’ll only work if he lets her inside his exclusive world, under his famous artist’s needle and into his bed - and heart - once again.
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By Jordy ♡♡♡♡ on 02-22-14
plot has potential but.......
Would you try another book from Laura Wright and/or Holly Fielding and Ryan Hudson ?
Sadly, this review isn't based on a complete book. It's another story released to the listeners in tiny pieces. I like the writing style& the narrators but not sure "chronicles" are worth all the money.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
Stop releasing these books chapter by chapter.
Could you see First Ink being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Any additional comments?
Story has potential...steamy, decent character dialogue, hot chemistry, holds interest but these small blurbs don't do it justice.
15 of 18 people found this review helpful
By Ndulgent Bloggrs on 02-13-17
My First thought is that there's a lot of potential but no depth. First Ink is a light, quick and sexy read. It lacked substance though which meant not connecting with the characters enough to care as I might have if they were more fully developed. If you want to veg out on a quick story and aren't looking for anything too deep, this is for you. Best part was the narration.