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This is my favorite book so far by Lindsay!! The writing flowed nicely and all the characters were great. It's a book where everyone is supportive great friendships! Inked Hearts is also about that it's never too late to find yourself.
Some of my favorite parts:
"Go with the flow it's beach life."
"You just need a little nudge to be the best version of yourself."
"For once in my life, I'm feeling instead of thinking."
"Live a life that isn't going to leave you with regrets."
"There's something magical about the excitement and energy on the boardwalk, yet the peace you find here."
Jesse is a tattoo artist with a complicated past of his own and is not looking for a relationship. While you really think Jesse has it together most of the book with his tattoo parlor and his normal beachy life, he actually has a lot of evolving to do. The more he is around Avery the more you see a different side of him. The thing I really, really like about Jesse is that he is real. There is no macho bull crap, he is just honest and open with everything. He is always lifting her up and be totally supportive. I really enjoy how he just went with the flow with everything. He seemed to fit right in with Avery’s friends and didn’t push when she needed time. The scenes with his dog and her dog were adorable and hilarious!
There is this thing when you read a Lindsay Detwiler book, you are reading real characters… they are real people. They have real faults.. they fall down… they spill things on themselves… they make fools of themselves. You laugh with them, you cry with them, you smile with them. Her characters become your people….
You are guaranteed true slow burn romance with her. I enjoy this so much because, especially in this book the main character needed to mainly find herself before she found anything in a man. I feel like with slow burn you get so much more from the characters than all of the sexy times….
Cowboy novels aren’t usually my go-to reads, but I was willing to give Levi Creed a chance to win my heart. And he did. He captured my attention from the first time he opened his mouth and introduced us to all that southern charm. I adored his light-hearted attitude towards Jodie’s furious confrontation, his penchant for using the word ‘reckon’, and the lovely descriptions of his ripped abs (please, keep those coming). He was the perfect fit for the over-thinking, slightly chaotic, horror-writing Jodie.
In Inked Hearts I got to know Jodie as the wild roommate of the more subdued Avery who loved to hit up clubs and date all sorts of interesting men and I’ll admit that I was expecting her to be like that in Wild Hearts, but instead we got a new version of Jodie: a stressed woman with a semi-short fuse and a deadline on the horizon. She’s a sarcastic spitfire with a hatred of birds (I can relate to that) and trying very, very hard to ignore her attraction for the hottie next door who never seems to wear a shirt. Jodie and Levi balanced each other out wonderfully.
Wild Hearts was beautifully written. I loved the individual growth of the characters, the sarcasm and wit, and the sexually charged kite-flying scene. I would have loved to watch this book as a movie, especially the scene where two gay men pretend to be someone’s dad to break up a party… and the seashell collecting. I can’t think of anything else I would want in a romance novel.