Liv needs a fake boyfriend whose name matches her tattoo. But can she survive a month with her brother's best friend without falling in love for real?
All Liv Voretti wanted was a small, tasteful butterfly tattoo. What she got was her (now ex-) boyfriend’s name—the worst goodbye present in the history of the universe. With the tattoo about to be revealed thanks to a strapless bridesmaid dress, there’s only one way for Liv to stop her uber-judgmental parents from pulling their loan for her clothing design business. She needs a boyfriend whose name matches her tattoo. A stable, responsible, pillar-of-the-community boyfriend her parents love.
The Vorettis are the closest thing to family Caleb has, and he doesn’t want to risk that relationship for a fling with Liv. She’d be bored with his predictable, color-inside-the-lines lifestyle inside a week. They’re just not compatible, even if she is the last person he thinks about before he falls asleep.
But when Liv comes to him for help, he can’t say no. As their fake relationship becomes all too real, Caleb must decide whether he’s going to stick to the plan, or take a chance on a woman who is his polar opposite, but might be exactly who he needs.
If you like heroes who’d do anything for you, heroines who speak their minds, and romances that make you laugh so hard you snort your soda, you’ll love PRETTY IN INK by Golden Heart® award winning author Ava Blackstone.
Each book in the Voretti Family series is a standalone contemporary romance that can be enjoyed out of order. Recommended for readers 18 and older.
What do you do when you accidentally get your loser boyfriend’s name tattooed on your arm and you have ultra conservative parents? Get your childhood crush, who happens to have the same name, to pretend to be your boyfriend.
Wild child Liv Voretti’s crazy idea actually works, and her parents are happy to fund her clothing design business now that she’s dating respectable family friend, Caleb Ward. As the two move forward with their charade, however, it’s hard to tell the difference between acting and reality.
This reader loved watching Liv and Caleb, two beautiful written polar opposites, attract, complement, and find common ground.