- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- June 2004
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Around town Cadeon Morris is known as trouble. He rides a Harley, owns a tattoo shop, and gives ink to the local biker gang in town. He is who he is, and explains himself to no one.
Stella Lore is the daughter of Mickey "Scary" Lore, the leader of the biker gang in Reckless. She is used to having no dates, especially when the members of the MC threaten any guy that shows an interest in her. But at twenty-three she wants to experience life for herself, go wild, and do something that she may regret later.
It's time for Stella to get a little ink of her own, and Cadeon is going to be the man to give it to her. Getting it on with a bad boy sounds like a pretty good way to let loose, but it seems Cadeon is the only one all for it.
Be Warned: rimming, spanking
Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Jun 23, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
122 people found the following review helpful
Ever wonder what it would be like to sit on the back of a Harley with a rough and inked up bad boy who cherishes you? Find out how Stella handles it in INKED.
Big man Cadeon Morris is the owner of Ipseity, a tattoo shop in Reckless, CO that caters to the Vicious Bastards Motorcycle Club. Cadeon answers to their President, Vincent "Scars" Lore, but it's Scars' daugheter Stella whom he really wants. Stella is used to men who eat danger for breakfast, but she's willing to take the risk when it comes to Cadeon. She's been in love with him since he came to town 3 years ago and now that she's ready to get her own ink, she's also ready to tell him how she feels.
Cadeon has stayed away from Stella out of respect for her father, but having her alone in his tattoo shop has pushed his restraint to the limit. Soon, the two can't get enough of one another, but when Scars and all of the big burly guys Stella sees as family find out about them, will Cadeon be just another number in their body count?
INKED is a gritty and sexy book about the MC lifestyle, a subject that is the BDSM-lite of 2014. While this is the first MC specific book I've read, I found that I did enjoy the raunchy and raw verbiage more than I thought I would. I don't know much about the biker culture, but if it's filled with "club whores" like Ms. Snow insinuates, I don't know how every one of them aren't walking STD's! Nothing sexy about that, to me.
But I digress. The writing was steamy and erotic, and while it didn't fire up my libido, I can see why women would really enjoy the constant dirty talk and rough and ready men and such. While the book could definitely use some editing (Is Scars' real name Vincent or Mickey?) and some of the dialogue felt very formal given the subject matter, it was still a decent, if strangely vanilla, book featuring a "real" bad boy (not just the millionaire playboy Porsche driving kind).
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