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- ASIN : B07GZSNZZZ
- Publication date : September 4, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 1226 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 277 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #403,572 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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He’s a street artist from the wrong side of town. He keeps to himself and is known only as Tag. They say no good deed goes unpunished. When Tag uses a piece of art in his larger work as a tribute to someone he’s lost, he stirs up more than he bargained for in Ivy Gemelli. She’s an artist from the same dark streets he called home and the art he’s using...well it belongs to her and she’s ready to take on the guy she sees as a thief.
Their meeting is anything but civil. Ivy is an in your face kinda girl that’s on a mission to reclaim her work. Misconceptions and impulsive actions on both their parts lead to a contest of wills...and...a contest between her art and his!
These two were both headstrong and vocal. Ivy is the scrappy underdog and she lets her mouth get away from her...a lot. What I liked best about them was that they both realized fairly quickly that they’d made some errors in judgement. For her part, Ivy owns up to her extremely confrontational actions and they work together to smooth over the feud and spin any possible fallout in the best light for their careers. Tag is an up front guy and when he decides to go for Ivy, he is all in. Their connection through her deceased younger brother is brought to light early on and the seeds are sown for the later conflict. This story isn’t really about the conflicts though. This is a story of relationships and of finding your home when you think you’ve lost everything. Tag never waivers in his pursuit of Ivy. He desperately wants to take care of her. He wants to be her safe place. Ivy’s transformation from a nervy tough girl with a chip on her shoulder is gradual. She’s that unique character that understands why she’s fighting everyone but she can’t stop protecting herself. Tag draws her out and forces her to rely on him. Their passion is intense and serves to strengthen their emotional connection. Watching these two find home in each other was pure romance perfection. The conflict near the end was something I think most will see coming and indeed the author makes no attempt to hide it from the reader. Tag and Ivy work it out as adults that are in love and prepared to fight for each other. No drama llama here, no intense side trips down suspense lane. This is a book ALL about the people and the relationships in their lives.
If you’re looking for a strong alpha guy with a heart, a gutsy girl whose lost her family but still knows how to feel, sprinkled with some heat and a healthy dash of dirty talking, you’ve found your zen. I bought this, I loved it and I reviewed it for just that reason alone.
This is part of the House of Payne family of books but can be read as a stand alone. It’s completely safe from OW/OM and is Definitely a HEA!
I Love Tag. He is a perfect blend of strong & vulnerable..without being damaged and "poor me". This couple's journeys and struggles are a Definite "MUST READ". Do Not miss ANY of the House of Payne! It all just keeps getting better.
Each book since has been a joy to read and this one was no exception. H/h dynamic was off the charts and the insight into their past was heartbreaking.
The secondary characters were funny and engaging, the storyline intriguing. Well worth reading.