Once she opens her heart again, will she be able to move forward or will her past find a way to stop her?
The true story of Inky, Pinky and the troublesome tattoos
This is book one, the conclusion, Cole is available now! But Ink? You should let him in. He loves you.
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This is part of who you are. Gitte: I absolutely loved this story Jenny. Classic example of finding a gem and knowing nothing about it.
It was intriguing, so very heart-breaking and emotional yet funny and sweet too. I wanted to pull out a baseball bat on them! The story of Inky swept me away and I loved pretty much every minute of it. Should really mention the cliffy though….. This story was so much more than a story of healing and finding love, finding that soul mate, finding that person who makes you whole. I also loved the friendship side of this story between Inky and Aimes. I found myself laughing along with them and I loved how Inky had someone like Aimes in her corner, someone who never judged her, who never pitied her and who always encouraged her.
The electricity between Cole and Inky is intense and you feel the palpable chemistry from that first meeting. As we peel back the layers and discover the horrific past Inky has endured, as we learn the significance of her unique tattoo and the stories behind her art, your heart really does break for Inky, but this girl, despite her hurt and sadness does not let life get her down. The meaning behind it though was a different story.
No siree, she picks herself up, she deals and she attempts to move on as best she can. I found Inky such a refreshing character and loved how she always seemed to find humour in even the direst of situations. What about you Gitte? Gitte : I loved Inky, she was strong and passionate. After everything she has been through she really is a survivor and at no stage did she annoy me.
She is real, a great friend and has a fab sense of humour. She dealt so well with her past which comes back to haunt her in a really dramatic and emotional way.
Inky (The Leaves, #1) by J.B. Hartnett
I loved the meaning behind her tattoo…a talisman of her pain and her being hurt and degraded. The way this Author described her art and the moments of pain and heart ache was truly beautiful in its ugliness. As for her friendship with Aimes, well I just loved these two together. A true friendship that can never be tested by others.
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They are there for each other in every way and I laughed and cried with them. Knowing what you don't want is half the battle after all.
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