Drew Elyse
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Drew Elyse
Release Date
October 2018
Book 2 of Sailor's Grave
Contemporary Romance


Six months of dancing around each other
led to one explosive night
and two weeks without a word.

Only then did I learn the truth:
The man I'd wanted since he walked into Sailor's Grave Tattoo Parlor
was actually an undercover cop.

And the worst part is,
I don't even know his real name.


For over eight months I held back.
Except for that one night when I couldn't fight it anymore.
I'd wanted her from the beginning,
but I should have kept waiting until my secrets weren't between us.

Now, I have the ultimate challenge before me:
convince the inked goddess of a receptionist
to at least let me keep her safe,
even if she won't give me another chance.

Book Review by Delta (reviewer)
Nov 08, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
93 people found the following review helpful
Jess wanted Jackson the second their eyes met in her tattoo studio, but he never made a move…so she did. After one night together, he totally ghosts her, and she learns he's not exactly who he says he is. Jess is stressed about it, but when she's brutally attacked, her attraction to the inked cop, whose real name is Braden Miller, seems secondary. Braden isn't giving up, though. The minute he's able to get back to his goddess, he's there, but will she give him a second chance?

I REALLY loved the second book in the Sailor's Grave series, INKED! Tattoo shop settings are always fun, and the deep undercurrent of danger kept me reading long into the night. Braden and Jess were both excellent characters, and you could feel the fear that held them captive during this read. Jess was a strong, kick-ass character who I wanted as my BFF, and Braden just made me feel gooey all over with his protective worship of her. I highly recommend this book, and I'll have this author on my must-read list from now on… I'm already drooling over reading Parker's story next!

Bottom Line: No OM/OW or sharing; mixed condom use; no BDSM/kink; no sexual assault; violence, attempted murder.
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