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I have to say that due to some changes in my life recently, I might not post for a long while. I have not read in some time and adulting life is catching up with me now that I graduated. I promise that soon I will find a pace and start to blog again. For now, everything that is being posted was scheduled from a long time ago. See ya!

Saturday, April 9, 2016

[R] Tattoo, by: Cambria Hebert

Tattoo
(Take It Off #7)
by: Cambria Hebert

★★★★½

A tattoo gets them in trouble… He will get them out.

After years of cultivating an undercover identity, Brody West is finally off the case and free to live a life of his own. All that time spent in the company of criminals and killers left him a little jaded… and with an identity crisis. He isn’t sure who he is anymore, or who he wants to be.

To give him time to think, he takes a few days off to go fishing. On his way out of town, he makes a routine stop at the bank and finds himself flirting with the girl behind the counter.

But his flirtation is cut short when criminals burst into the bank and shoot her right before his eyes.

In attempt to administer first aid, Brody reveals a tattoo on his upper arm. A mark that will drag him and the girl into the kind of situation he was trying to get away from. But he can’t walk away because he’s the only thing capable of keeping Taylor alive and bringing down the guys who shot her—guys who are seriously dangerous.

I'm flying through these pages as nobody's business. I was hooked from the start and now, I can't stop. I have to read them all. Is finishing one and starting the other one minutes after writing the review. I'm quite of enjoying these, and I don't know what I will do after they are over.

This book, basically, follows book number five. We saw Brody in that book, but with another name, Slate. After catching the bad boys, Slate is in vacation until he isn't anymore. Being in the middle of a bank robbery trying to save your crush, which was shot, and on top of all, the criminals recognize you from when you were undercover, was not the say Brody had in mind. He wanted to go finishing, dammit. Also, Taylor never expected to be working the day the bank was going to be robbed and much less being shot just because someone wanted to. But being rescued by Brody sure has its perks. Read how they get out of that situation, because shit really hits the fan when the criminals notice he's a po-po.

Brody is a character that is somehow like one thing, but then he changes. He's not sure of himself most of the time, but when it comes to Taylor he could kill anyone. Taylor is not the typical girl either. She's almost a tomboy, but with girly parts and a sense of girlness that no one can erase. Like, what girl would love finishing, but wouldn't touch the fish? Taylor, that's the girl. I really like both of them. Their POVs were great and their scenes were perfect.

But I would love a little bit more, and that will always be my downfall. I always want more happy scenes at the end and a little more insight in their happy ending at the epilogue. Anyways, read me later!

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