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Tats Paperback – June 14, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
Lee's morsel of the moment has moved on to other women. So Lee hops on her ex's Harley and takes off. She crashes a funeral while taking refuge from a rainstorm. She gets knocked in the head by a pair of Christian Louboutins by Vivian the cheerleader who back in high school put the 'woo' in her woo-woo. What to do when Lee's ex (a not to be messed with stripper) wants her Harley back? A hilarious bawdy romp of two, at times drunk or stoned (sometimes both), women who are very naughty.
Only thing better would be an audio copy read by the author!
Another thing I had trouble with, was the lack of realism in parts... And while, yes, I get that this is one of those books meant more for comedic value than realism, there were some things that were just a little too over the top for me. I'd point out particular instances, but I'd rather not spoil anything.
The last half of the book, though, in my opinion, was what made me happy I stuck with it to the end. Getting to see the characters grow both as individuals and together in a positive way, made it worth it. There was also a little surprise I wasn't expecting which makes me eager to read the next book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another great book by Layce Gardner. Took funny. Very poignant. Sometimes it gets a little too slap stick, but then you remember who wrote it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Margaret
It was so Damn funny I laughed so hard all the way through this book. I almost didn't buy it but it was soo worth it, now i get to go straight to the second book...can't wait!Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I love a lesfic book that makes me laugh but often there's little to no "steaminess" in them. Read morePublished 17 months ago by N Bennett
I thought this was an enjoyable read. There were some funny parts and comments throughout the book. Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by Book Fan
It's crazy, but addictive! I enjoyed the sequel, Tats Too as well. I recommend this for a fun, head-shaking read.Published on October 3, 2013 by Patti O'Barr