Arc Review Fractures in Ink by Helena Hunting

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

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SYNOPSIS:

Sometimes the things we shouldn’t want become exactly what we need . . . Waitressing at a seedy strip club isn’t ideal, but it pays Sarah Adamson’s tuition. Her goal is to finish her master’s program and get a job that doesn’t involve tight skirts and groping hands
. She doesn’t need distractions. Especially not the one that comes in the form of a hot-as-sin tattoo artist who works across the street from her apartment. Kicked out at sixteen, and a high school dropout, Chris Zelter is familiar with wanting things he can’t have. His fractured life has never been easy. As the product of someone else’s bad decisions, he knows exactly what happens when the wrong person controls your marionette strings. Now an accomplished tattoo artist in a renowned studio in Chicago, Chris has it together. Mostly. Apart from his infatuation with Sarah. She’s way out of his league, and Chris knows it. But he’s willing to be her bad decision. At least for now.  


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I was excited to read this one even though, I haven't read this series, for some reason I wanted this so bad! Fractures in Ink was an emotional and beautiful story.

The characters and their relationship is one of the main reasons why I loved it so much! The hero is the perfect boyfriend anyone could have and the heroine is pretty good!

They were perfect for each other, they had their problems but they were amazing together! Intense, sweet and hot. Chris was protective and sweet.

As I said I haven't read the rest books in the series but I didn't have problem! However I think I'm going to read the rest of the books for sure.


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