Three tattoo guns.
Five motorcycle tires.
That’s what I lost before I realized nothing good comes from dating my co-workers.
Usually, I don’t have much self-control. So, the fact that Frankie Grant is a hot, talented tattoo artist means it’s a damn miracle she hasn’t already been in my bed. But nothing can happen between us because Frankie comes with Jolie, her young daughter, and a crap load of baggage from her ex. And those are two things I never entertain.
Anyone who knows me—the screwed up foster kid from the wrong side of the tracks—knows I’m not the guy you take home to meet your parents, let alone your kid. But I also know what it’s like not to have parents, so things get complicated when Jolie asks me to be her daddy.
I might as well just slash my own tires.
Oh my my!!
Jax and Frankie may have just replaced Savannah and Liam as my favorite couple!
This book was everything I imagined it would be and so much more!
For someone who doesn’t believe in romantic relationships Jax sure has helped some of his friends with theirs and now it’s his turn. He is also the best daddy figure considering he never knew his parents
Even after all Frankie has been through in relationships she still believes in them and that just shows how strong she really is.
I absolutely love this book!!!
The perfect ending!
I have been waiting for Jax’s story since he showed up on the page. I was not disappointed at all. It was the perfect ending of a wonderful series.
A great end to a fun series
What a great way to end this series! This is the last of the Rooftop Crew series that centers around the lives and loves of a groups of twenty-somethings (think friends, but upstate New York instead of Manhattan). Jax Owens and Frankie Grant work together at Ink Envy and are constantly pushing each other’s buttons. Underneath all that tension is something other than antagonism. I think that this might be my favorite book in this series. I was given a copy of this book from the author for my honest opinion.