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    Love this series!

    When I read the first book in this series, I was so excited to see what Cole had in store for us with the next three books and I gotta say she didn't disappoint. While it seems that things work out a little too conveniently with who these people are and what their meeting means, I'm happy to overlook it because I like how the story plays out :) (I'm not going to give too much away just in case you don't know who Reid is and why he's important.) Lia is fantastic - she's fun, sassy and embraces her own style. For the most part she's comfortable in her skin and likes all the things that makes her her. Reid is also comfortable in his skin (and what sexy skin it is), but he's also got a huge heart and gives back to his community. Plus he's willing to stop and help a damsel in distress ... I really appreciate that other than a propensity to fall in love (and a father that is seriously horrible), Lia doesn't come into this with a lot of baggage. And Reid only carries a little guilt over what happened in Chicago. The story basically starts with these two meeting, getting to know each other, and then the real fun begins when Reid visits Lia at work :) Like the other Second Circle Tattoos stories, there is danger involved and some intrigue over who is causing them trouble. It's a very well played out mystery and I really like how Cole resolved everything. I can't wait to see what Cole has in store next. There's lots of opportunities and it looks like it might be Dred's guys next. And I'm super excited to see them again and find out more about their histories. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
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    The Darkest Link

    I loved this book, a little too short.... I really enjoy this series, looking forward to more books by this author
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    Wow!

    Loved how people's facade were peeled back layer by layer until it blossomed into happy.
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    Contemporary Romance - Real Page Turner!

    My, oh my, oh my…what a story! I was up till 2am reading and then my brain wouldn’t turn off as I continued to think about Lia and Reid and what a wonderful couple they made! Julianna “Lia” Carlisle has money and is from old money but has managed to create a life that is hers and hers alone that has definitely put her at odds with her father. On her way to deliver a talk at a tattoo convention her wonderful car, Cherry, breaks down and as she stands by the side of the road a rather scruffy knight on a motorcycle comes to her rescue and that encounter is just the beginning of the story. I loved, loved, LOVED this story! Why? Because Lia and Reid were great people and great together…their chemistry was off the charts and they were so good for one another. Lia was bigger than life in her vintage clothes, red lipstick and victory rolls (which I had to look up). I could just see her swinging hips as she walked or twirled an umbrella or licked her lips. I really liked Lia and wished I could be as distinctive and interesting as she was in the book. And Reid…whoa Nelly…what a hottie! He was the perfect book boyfriend with his charm, sensitivity, caring, expertise in this and that and some of the things he said and did…oh my! This was book four in the series and I just did some sleuthing to see that the author has three more books in mind for this series BUT is busy with four new books in the Preload series as well as a book having to do with Navy SEALS she says has to be written before she can return to finish with Second Circle Tattoos. I can’t wait till the next book she writes comes out and am so glad to have been lucky enough to find and read her first book and all that have been published since Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
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    So emotional

    This was a wonderful conclusion to this series and I really enjoyed both Lia and Reid. Lia has been mostly in the background up to this point so I was excited to see more of her and Reid was of course greatly anticipated as Harper’s long lost brother. These two were such an honest, sweet, and caring couple while also keeping the heat factor high. I love the way Reid and Lia interact and care for each other and they’re always teasing each other. They’re open and honest; after all the secrets of the past books, the immediate honesty was really nice. Even when they have some problems they never actually break up. Lia sweet and takes care of those she loves in any way she can. She’s always putting herself out there and with Reid she’s finally found someone who is her match. Even though Reid has had a rough few years and he does carry around some baggage and guilt he’s not moody and dark. It was refreshing after all the troubled bad boys that have abounded in romance lately. I also loved seeing the past couples and getting closure on Harper’s attack and seeing Trent and Harper’s wedding. They’re still my favorite couple so I really enjoyed seeing them together and finding happiness. The very end felt a little rushed and everything just fell into place and tied up neatly. I’m not really complaining about it but just mentioning as it might bother some other people. I wish there had been more of tattooing in this one since that’s what drew me to the series originally. We’re told only a little bit about Lia and Reid’s tattoos but I would have liked some more descriptions of them.
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