Pages

Book Review: Tall, Tatted and Tempting





Tall, Tatted and Tempting (The Reed Brothers #1) by Tammy Falkner: She’s locked up tight. But he might be the key.

Logan Reed is tall, tatted and tempting. Kit’s a woman with a mean right hook and a secret.

Kit wants a tattoo, but Logan sees more than she intends to share in the drawing of the tat she wants. He sees her in ways no one ever has.

Logan’s not disabled; but he hasn’t spoken in eight years. He hasn’t needed to. Until he meets Kit.

Logan doesn’t know everything about Kit. Kit doesn’t know anything about herself, until she has to sacrifice all she ever wanted to save what’s most important to him.

This book is not meant for individuals under the age of 18 due to adult language, adult sexuality and adult situations.

TeriLyn's thoughts: I read about the love some readers had for Tall, Tatted, and Tempting in a readers group online and it sounded like a story I’d enjoy. Expectations for the story were nil as I didn’t know what to expect from the title or the cover. Even the blurb didn’t do it justice as the story ended up taking me completely by surprise. There was so much to the story making it different and enjoyable. Pleasantly surprised, indeed.

The depth of the plot and the struggles each of these characters face make the story impossibly hard to put down. The writing simplistically creates a world where these two people instantly attract for reasons unknown to each. Logan and Emily pasts both prove to be hard but the slow unraveling of the bond they’ve made together intrigues the reader.
This story is different a uniqueness in the plot that makes it interesting and easy to invest in the characters telling you the story. Told from both points of view, Logan and Emily sweep us up in the whirlwind of their relationship. A trust in each other relays as a trust the reader has in their story.

I’d recommend for anyone who loves an easy reading, fast moving book about two characters working their way to each other, each discovering new nuances of themselves to shape who they want to eventually become. The reader isn’t left hanging throughout, plot devices slowly revealing themselves hooking us until the end. You want more when it’s over even knowing there’s more to Logan and Emily’s story to come.








Follow on Bloglovin

Lori L. Clark

She Reads New Adult Admin: Lori L. Clark

No comments:

Post a Comment