I am on the fence with how I feel about Ink’d; and that is not a bad thing really because it means that I am curious enough to want to read the next book when it releases. I liked the idea behind the plot, I liked that it was a quick read, and I liked that it appears all the books will be tied into each other because of the heroines being sisters. Timmy was hot and alpha and dominant; something I tend to like in my heroes, Chloe was younger and somewhat innocent but not completely. Good combination to a story that has potential.
What I had issues with was how there are a lot of loose ends that very well may be tied up in the upcoming books; but with them being left loose with no hints that they will be taken care of makes me wonder if that was intentional or something the author hadn’t worked through during the writing process. I hope that in the next book we find out the answers to more questions regarding the murders of the sisters’ parents as well as if a certain biker will leave someone alone or if she is still in his sites. Like I said I am on the fence with my feelings with this one, on the one hand I am intrigued to see how this will play out but on the other I wonder if I will care if answers or even hints are given.
By night she’s a wife and mum and a purveyor of saucy stories that are filled with lust, raunchy scenes and ultimately love. Ann’s an avid reader of anything sexy and firmly believes in the motto ‘leave mummy alone, she’s reading or writing.’ Because of that, she is pretty hopeless when it comes to getting dinner on the table on time or cleaning the house.