- File Size: 1205 KB
- Print Length: 508 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1939786576
- Publisher: Nicole Edwards Limited (January 12, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 12, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019TKMF9K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #189,928 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
So I am not writing a book report. You have probably read the book blurb and have read your fair share of reviews on this book. What I can say is that I loved it! I didn't have the time to block out time to sit and read the book in one go, so it seemed like it took me forever to read it. Sometimes I only got to read a chapter at a time. With a book being written inside another book, it got interesting LOL.
Presley is a woman that I wish we all could be. She is so sure of herself and doesn't care what others think of her tattoos and piercings. She is comfortable in her own skin. I think that is so important for the women of today to know how to feel.
Jack the bad boy writer that can write sex scenes that will set your panties on fire. I love that he knows what he wants and goes for it. In this case Presley.
The sex scenes (in both the books) are out of this world! I have gotten used to M/F/M scenes from Nicole, so this was a nice twist. I wonder with Nicole writing as Jacob Wild if this will be another pen name for her LOL. I was really impressed that Nicole can write from the man's point of view so easily (or she just makes it look that easy.)
Jake/Jacob Wild is a hot selling author living in New York with no aspirations to settle down he’s just enjoying his life to the full but when he gets a call from his sister asking him to come home and not just for a visit his life takes on a dramatic change both personally and within his writing world. Jake hasn’t written anything for a while the voices aren’t talking to him and his editor Liz is constantly badgering him for his next novel which is due to be handed over in a few weeks.
Presley Abrams doesn’t believe in happy ever after, she’s still grieving the loss of her father but her one passion is drawing/tattooing unfortunately for Presley her mind is blank and cannot conjure up any inspiration, she finds herself taking more time off from work and when she’s at her job she’s doing tattoos that are already designed it’s getting harder and harder to move forward. She lives with her best friend and work colleague but unfortunately for Presley her roommate’s nocturnal activities leave little to her imagination, she find herself escaping more to the nearby coffee shop playing tic tac toe and searching for inspiration but what happens when a hot stranger literally bumps into her in the coffee shop.
Will Jake finally find his muse that he’s been looking for? Will Presley find her artistic flair? Well I’m leaving it there for you to go find out for yourseleves you won’t be disappointed I couldn’t put it down and so wish there was more.
Another great read thanks Nicole I look forward to the next one XX
Yes I love Nicole Edwards. Her Walker Bros series is amazing and Ethan and Zane are two of my favorite books! This book is so different but I hoped to love it too and I did!
You'll get no spoilers from me. I will say that it's a book about a book, evolving as two people find they are each other's muse. Jake is a writer and hot guy suffering from writer's block. Presley is a tattooed, pierced, pink-haired tattoo artist who is struggling with creating original designs. Both lost their mojo due to significant changes in their lives.
They find inspiration in each other and fall in love in the process. But, this is not a conventional romance as these are not conventional people. Jake's a bit of a dog. Good Lord - the scene he watched in her condo!
The book is well-written, especially from Jake's POV. I liked being in his head more than Presley's because as the writer, he was more interesting to me. Presley, however, was strong and cool, worthy of Jake's interest.
The story is well-paced (no skimming or skipping necessary as I didn't get bored), the dialogue is believable (this is SO important) and it helps the story along in all the right ways. I love the bonus of seeing Jake's completed book at the end of their story.
Although this is a standalone, the secondary characters were strong and I'd like to see them get their own stories.
The two main characters seem to have a hard time coming together and I felt their struggle as if I was there with them. It really felt like a love story within a love story and it was overall refreshing and fun to read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The story keeps me wanting to find out what's going to happen next. I like that there is another novel within a novel. I enjoyed reading this book.Published 1 month ago by pics
Nit Nicole Edwards usual style but nicely done. I prefer her series and style of writing more than this style. However it was a good storyline.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I won a paperback of Inked on Paper as prize in a giveaway from the author. The gifting did not determine the review/rating, which reflects my honest opinion. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tina
What an amazing read !!
I have read many of Nicole Edwards books before and loved them, this one is no exception. Read more
This was a very interesting innovative read. Two artists who lose their creative mojo find inspiration in each other. The more time they spend together the more inspired they are. Read morePublished 3 months ago by rrm
What an incredibly stupid story! I love to read and really have read some stories that I did not like but this book was really a waste of my time! Read morePublished 3 months ago by desire loedolff
I loved the story of Presley, her roommates, co-workers and her neighbor Jake. They inspired each other's creativity...her sketching and his writing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Deela
Nicole Edwards one of my favorite authors. As usual an awsome book. Nicole never disapoints. Sex scene s off the charts. Love the 2 books in one. Well worth the money.Published 4 months ago by dandy