Ink Spots by Lissa Matthews

Story: 4
Presentation: 8.5
Total: 12.5
Publisher: Ellora’s cave
Contemporary Erotica
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Blurb: By night, Mandi is a waitress in her best friend’s adult entertainment club, complete with long raven hair and bright blue eyes. By day, she’s a boutique jewelry maker with a flair for the occasional naughty design. She’s shy, quiet, a definitive Plain Jane—and completely in lust with the one man who wouldn’t ever be interested in her. He’s big, menacing, and inspires every one of her dirty girl desires. If birthday wishes came true, he would be hers.

Tattoo artist. Business owner. Lover of vintage cars. Drummer. Jaz is far from the average guy. Built like a brick wall and inked from head to toe, he can scare the faint of heart with just a look, but faint of heart isn’t what interests him, isn’t what fuels his fantasies and keeps him hard from dawn to dusk. It’s her—the waitress, his sister’s friend, the birthday girl.

Mandi is given the best present ever—Jaz. And she’s got one night to make every wicked thought and erotic dream she’s had about him come true.

Review: When I saw this one come through my inbox and I read the blurb I immediately requested it. The blurb really pulled at me and tempted. Then I got it and began to read. *sigh* I wish that they story had been as good as the blurb.

From the beginning I just didn’t feel connected. The use of hyphenated descriptions, the non use of protection, the copious amounts of wetness. The sex gave me no tingles or tugs. The characters didn’t reach out to me no matter how much I wanted to connect with them, and the story just didn’t grab like I had hoped.

I have read other works by this author and really enjoyed them. For some reason this one just didn’t stick for me.

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