The main girl Tate assumes that James is a “bad-boy” because he’s got tattoos and she automatically writes him off as off-limits. But one thing leads to another and before you know it they’re an item. A crazy stalker that she tries to forget about thrown into the mix along with a restaurant that could be better and you’ve got More Than Meets the Ink. Many references later to his “bad-boy” persona and Tate finally realizes he’s more her type than she originally thought.
This book was a quick read and it was okay. There were some parts that I found myself rolling my eyes at but overall it was a decent story. I know I normally have a lot more to say but this book was just okay for me.
Wickedly sexy James Bowen is a bad boy of the highest order — tattoos and attitude included — which unfortunately ranks way up on Tate’s not-a-chance-in-hell list, right there along with skydiving naked over Teheran and juggling Ebola vials just for kicks. But what the heck, she’s on holiday, the guy is absolutely irresistible, and she needs to unplug from her life. With her dad and brother gone, Tate is left to deal with the family restaurant, which is fast going down the drain. Her employees are acting out, her boyfriend has bailed out, and her very own private stalker is emailing her to death with lovely threats of doom, fire, and dismemberment. So yeah, maybe a little holiday fling is in order. Strictly sex though, and no follow-up whatsoever once.
She hadn’t counted on her take-charge holiday fling having an opinion of his own and stubbornly sticking around, before and after the sex, making himself at home in her life. There is definitely more to James than meets her prejudiced eye, and even if she’s not ready to look deeper, James isn’t prepared to permit her not to.