Steamy, sassy and tender, Tattoo Thief is a story of breaking from a comfort zone to find a second chance.
Available at: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, Smashwords. Formats for Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iPad. Available on Oct. 8, 2013!
ARC provided by Ms. Tretheway for an honest review.
This is a story about finding oneself, one’s muse, forgiveness, making a difference and moving on.
Beryl finally decided to make a difference with her life and moved to New York to work at her uncle Dan’s company which takes care of rich people’s houses while they are on vacation, basically to : “walk dogs, do errands, take deliveries and get owners organized. Be the ghost, the house-elf, the helper who makes everything just so, welcoming the very wealthy back to homes in perfect order.”
And her first housesitting job is Gavin Slater’s trashed penthouse. Gavin is the hot frontman of the famous rock band Tattoo Thief.
Beryl and Gavin’s communicated online, basically about the upkeep of his penthouse, Gavin all the while thought he was communicating with a he, since Beryl only signs her name as B. Sutton but when they had the chance to chat, Gavin learned the B stands for Beryl and they’ve chatted and connected from then on.
Sometimes it’s easier to say and express things in writing and Beryl and Gavin did just that, they’ve opened up with each other and started to fall in love.
I loved it! Though I do wish for a little more angst and a lot more Gavin and Beryl time together. But Ms. Tretheway writing certainly shows a lot of promise. If you want an beautiful, hot, romantic and a light read, this book is for you.