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    Awesome

    Holy Hotness!! This book is seriously sexy and full of wonderful forbidden lust. The chemistry that sizzles between Knox and Eden pulses from the the pages and the more they try to deny the hotter it burns. Lusting after his dead brother's widow will surely send Knox straight to hell but he's wanted her long before his brother saw her and it's not something he can just turn off. This author did an amazing job telling these characters story and if you're like me you won't be able to put it down. I highly recommend it.
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    3.5 Stars!

    This was one hot read that was a bit difficult for me to rate. The guilt that Knox displayed over and over in this book kept interrupting all that taboo hotness the author delivered to us. Knox is an incredibly appealing hero. He's former MMA, big, tatted and gorgeous. He's got that dirty, bad boy vibe going for him, but he is also a really great guy and strong protector. They way he took care of Eden while knowing he could never have her was the soft side to his love. But that lustful side burned the pages. Eden was a sweet character that still dealt with some demons from her husbands death but she was also ready to start living again. The one man who made her want to live again is the one she didn't think she could have. That didn't stop her from testing the waters. When things really got heated, that guilt just kept creeping right on in. As much as I wanted less of it, I loved how it all lead to that ending. I wish we could have gotten more of these two once they broke free from all those restraints. The side characters were a big draw in the story as well. I hope the author has plans to write a few of their stories. ARC provided by NetGalley.
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    Contemporary NA Romance

    Mixed feelings…I felt the angst and drama and steam and yet felt that both Knox and Eden were a bit confused about what taboo really means. In biblical times brothers were expected to marry the widows of their brothers so I am not really sure why the two believed that their attraction to one another was wrong. That said…did enjoy this story of two people drawn to one another in spite of it all. Knox Gordon owns a tattoo parlor and Eden, his widowed sister-in-law, is his office manager. He wanted her from the moment he saw her but his brother got to her first. He had made a name for himself in the MMA arena but left it all behind after his brother died and put his all into his business. He has a strong libido and has taken what has been offered often. That said, he seems to be fixated on Eden though he feels he probably will never have her…even though she is definitely interested in him. Knox’s mother is a piece of work that makes mommy dearest appear to be an angel. His brothers are a delight and I am eager to hear more about them in future books whether in taboo relationships or in other type books – almost think the series should be based around the tattoo parlor instead of the topic of taboo relationships. Why do I say this? Because not only are his brothers great sounding but I also loved the snippets about the people working in the tattoo parlor and would like to hear more about them, too. Taboo Tattoo has a nice ring to it but…will have to see where Naima goes with this series. Did I like this book? Mostly Was it steamy? Yes Would I read more in this series? Probably Was the relationship really taboo? Not in my opinion I felt the ending was a bit rushed and would have liked to hear more about the fight at the end and how Knox and Eden went forward after it ended. Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars
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    4.5stars

    This is a great start to a new taboo series. Knox is secretly in love with his brother wife from the moment he saw hear. But young Eden with her troubled past and tender hart fall in love for younger brother Connor. After Connor dies everyone grieves. Knox is hard on himself because he feels responsible for brother death and for loving his wife. After a long grieving with help of Knox Eden comes back to life. The only person who makes her body hot is Knox so they start this secret affair until Knox tell her that he will do exhibition fight and reveals all his secrets which end all. I like the story. Both Knox and Eden are well developed and interesting people. We see so many different sides of Knox and he suffers a lot. Eden is also a great person I liked that she stood up for Knox, that she realized how she changed through the years and accept Knox love. Great hot, emotional read. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    4.25⭐

    This story was angsty, hot, raw and sexy; and the only reason I didn't rate it higher is because it took me a little while to really get pulled in. But it was a great read. With extremely likable, real characters, and a taboo storyline that drew my interest. And as a new author to me, I will definitely be checking out more books by Naima Simone in the future, and I would happily recommend Sin and Ink to others. **I was kindly provided with an ARC by Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review**
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