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Bleu is a little spitfire who literally can take care of her self. I envy her throat punching someone, I have threatened hubby for his snoring which I would never do but damn the envy. Bleu is down on her luck and has to move back home. She goes to work in her brothers tattoo\garage yes it serves as both. Now this is where it gets interesting....
You are going to meet a motley crew of characters. Readers are going to love Chloe the little pixie lol! And you get to meet Jack partner with Axle in the business. Oh and Axle is Bleus twin sexy brother. Let the attraction begin.
This book has some twists and turns and leaves the reader with some questions, but its brilliantly done.
So thanks you M.A. Stone for an amazing read.
Thanks Jamie Nibarger Ellis
This book wasn't horrible but with more work this book could have been excellent. I am not a person who will dismiss a book just because of editing, my brain usually corrects problems so I can keep reading without any issues, but this book is in dire need of editing/or re-editing. There were words missing wrong words in the book and there was way way too much of: I am, I can not, I could not, I did not (and so on and so on). I get having this in a book but not all the time no one say I can not this, I can not that a person would say I can't. And again I'm not picky but when it happens over and over and that is the only way you write a book it will pull the reader from the book and thats what happened to me, so much that I had a hard time with this one at times.
When Bleu found her fiancé and her boss together she left after she beat the crap out of her now ex boyfriend. Knowing the only place she has to go is home to her twin brothers house. When her brother offers her a job at his tattoo shop Bleu gladly accepts. As she spends more time with her brother she notices that something is going on with her normally carefree brother. Meeting Jake the other owner of the tattoo shop was nothing Bleu excepted, and the more time Jack and Bleu spend together the more Bleu likes him. As Jack and Bleu grow closer and closer Bleu's brother leaves.
Knowing something is wrong with her brother Bleu does everything to figure out what he was hiding while she begins to fall in love, but the betrayal from her ex has made her scared to trust. As everything seems to finally be falling into place for Bleu truths are revealed about the reason her brother left and Bleu's life may be in jeopardy before she and Jake can have the happiness they both want so badly.
The story is really good, and I really enjoyed the heroine and hero, Bleu didn't take crap but she also had a soft side. Jake was just what Bleu needed and loved her through it all. I just wish there hadn't been so much to distract from the story. Along with the things I mentioned above I think at times the characters in this book acted really immature and did things that an adult wouldn't do. The bones of this book were great and I think with more writing M.A. Stone will be a great author. Even with all I have said I will still keep an eye an this author to see her growth and to see what she writes next.
This wasn't an overly complicated romance book. I thought Jack would be a stronger character to more evenly match Bleu. But he came off as really kind of a weak guy. And then the whole pregnancy thing with the ladies. So you think you're pregnant and you go get not just drunk, but stupid drunk? The maturity level there is questionable to me. And then they had like zero remorse over that. I mean literally zero concern that they thought they were knocked up. Just kept knocking them back. I can't respect a female character like that.
What I did like about these books is the different characters all had voices. They were all unique and the general interactions between every one were really interesting to read.
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I was drawn to this book by the main character's first name. I like unusual names.Read more
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This was a really quick and fun read. This is a story about Bleu, the heroine, and Jack, the hero.Read more