Confession of a Tattooist is book 1 of the Tattoo Series by Bestselling author Lexy Timms.
Hawk Reynolds is the hottest tattooist in the city, and not just because he's a terrific artist and knows how to use the needles to turn skin into art. He's panty-melting hot thanks to his sexy hair, tattoo sleeves, and a body that incites fantasies.
Plenty of women come to the shop just to let him put his skilled hands on their bodies, but none of them ever come close to touching his heart. Until the day a regular shows up with her bestie, Joy, in tow.
Joy's a shy and intelligent blonde who has no idea just how beautiful she is, and she's not really interested in getting a tattoo; but she is interested in the art she sees on the walls, and the bad-boy tattooist who drew it. Joy's been burned before by men who just wanted to date her because her father is billionaire Terry Reed. She's determined to never be used that way again, but as her steamy relationship with Hawk turns into something meaningful, she begins to wonder if she’s the user.
Hawk tells her there's one thing he won't put up with: lying. And she's already lied about who she is.
For mature audiences only. There are adult situations, but this is a love story, NOT erotica (just hot n' steamy!)
Confession of a Tattooist
Surrender of a Tattooist
Quick read with a good story and likable lead characters. I've read Ms. Timms other books and I knew I would not be disappointed. I'll definitely continue on with this series.
I really enjoyed this. Good story, great characters, and good growth. My only quibble is that there were quite a few typos and grammatical errors. Fix those and this would be 5 stars for me.
Love this! The characters are quirky and real enough where you can imagine how their lives are like. The strength of the characters is captivating when it comes to it. They face situations that stem from real issues that not only plague those in the Hollywood or LA life, but also relatable problems that could be a part of anyone's life. It's a quick read in my opinion but I like how it does have an ending, although I felt the end was a little rushed. If there was a short epilogue chapter, I would have enjoyed it more