DescriptionUnbelievable… After months of admiring Arianna during their tattoo sessions, James is half in love and completely in lust. When he finally asks her out, things move at lightning speed, until he gets her home… Where someone has abandoned a baby on his doorstep. Arianna should be running in the opposite direction, so why is she the one who comes to his rescue when he has nowhere else to turn?
Unlovable… Arianna’s past holds a secret sure to crush James’ attraction to her, which is too bad because he’s exactly the kind of guy she’d choose for herself, if things had been different. She knows she should abandon their failed attempt at a fling, but she can’t turn her back on him and his newborn niece – they need all the help they can get. Being a part of his life while fighting her feelings for him is hard, and resisting his feelings for her is even harder.
Inked in the Steel City Book 6
First I want to state that this is a great series... each book is a pretty fast read, and Ranae Rose has a way of intertwining heartache and happiness that leaves the reader satified and happy with each book they read. Now on to the review.
James has not had the easiest of lives and some how he is still caring and thoughtful (not to mention sexy). When he finally gets to go on a date with the woman he has been tattooing and admiring for a while things don't quiet work out as he plans.
Baby on the front steps in never a good way to end a date or start a relationship, some how it works and James finds himself needing Arianna's help with his niece.
When the frustration and anger that James has at his sister sends Arianna the wrong message. Will Arianna be able to trust that James is a good guy and will accept her secret. When resisting a want and need is no longer viable these two will heat up the pages.
I really enjoyed Jame's and Arianna's story, including their back stories which when I read this book never felt like they were just thrown in there to add a little extra.
Overall I think this is a nice ending to this series.
I rate this book 4 out of 5 Genie Lamps
* I was given a copy of this book from the author in return for my honest review.