Inked

Adult
Rated 3.92/5 based on 14 reviews
When Avery Carmichael decides to get a tattoo she has no idea that she'll be getting a lot more than she bargained for. When sexy tattoo artist, Brody Duncan, shows up at her door unannounced, Avery finds him hard to resist, but little does she know that she's in for the ride of her life. The only question is, can she hold on long enough to enjoy the ride? 18+
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Words: 8,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458019561
About Everly Drummond

Author of the best selling series, City of the Damned, and co-author of The Winemaker's Dinner. Now available through Omnific Publishing.

Recently named executive chef at one of Miami Beach’s hottest restaurants, Jaden Thorne is determined to make her culinary mark and fulfill her professional dreams. When Jaden is given highly coveted tickets to the ultra-exclusive Winemaker’s Dinner, she jumps at the opportunity to meet South Florida's wealthiest and most influential food and wine enthusiasts.

Jaden’s eyes are drawn to the VIP section even before the appetizers appear, but she soon finds herself thinking less about networking and more about the intriguingly sexy stranger eying her from across the room. After dinner, what begins as a light-hearted flirtation unexpectedly catapults into a night of explosive passion. But when morning dawns, Jaden leaves her sleeping Mr. Oh So Sexy behind, sure they’ll never see each other again.

Dr. Ivan Rusilko, a handsome, young physician, boasts an extensive resume’ and a well-established position on Miami Beach’s social scene. But despite his success and glamour, he’s routinely had to suffer uninspiring dates and doomed relationships. With a romantic heart, Ivan’s not the love-‘em-and-leave-‘em type. But when he awakens to find that the girl in the red dress has done exactly that, he resolves to find her--only if it’s just to ask why she left without even a kiss goodbye.

The Winemaker’s Dinner is a fictionalized erotic memoir inspired by the romantic triumphs and tragedies of Dr. Ivan Rusilko’s real life. Weaving fact with fantasy, authors Everly Drummond and Dr. Ivan Rusilko have gifted readers with a swoon-worthy flesh and blood romantic hero and the intoxicating bouquet only a heartfelt tale of passionate love can create.

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Review by: hrhsophia on Sep. 22, 2012 :
I would have liked a little more but good story.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Aug. 08, 2012 : (no rating)
What a strange coincidence. I just noticed that a year ago today you reviewed one of my stories. I hope you found what you were looking for.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Aug. 08, 2012 :
A so-so story with a lot of grammatical errors to stumble over. Could have been better without them.
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Review by: Jezi Jezi on May 23, 2012 :
it was just ok for me. the plot was so boring and the "you forgot your credit card thing was way to cheap and crappy." I need some imagination here...:P
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Review by: Punya on March 09, 2012 :
3 stars. Not bad, just not much of a story to rate it higher. Another review (also rated it 3 stars) already gave a good briefing so I don't think I have anything new to add.
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Review by: deeogee on Oct. 31, 2011 :
Wonderfull...sexy...fun...
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Review by: Nathan Fisher on Sep. 02, 2011 :
Intense, hot, no holds barred sex.
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Review by: mish on Aug. 21, 2011 :
Rating = 3 (I Liked It)

A woman gets a tattoo and some hot sex from a sexy tattoo artist.

Inked is simply an erotic contemporary short story that doesn't have a deep story line or fleshed out characters, but I didn't really expect that (ya know...because it's a short story). I thought the scope of the story was right for the size. It is only about 12 pages of actual story text and, as expected, focuses on the sexual encounter. However, I did end up getting a little more than I expected. I really liked that in those 12 pages (especially the beginning and end) it almost felt like the start of an erotic romance, not just an erotica short story. A lot of erotic romances start out with the lust first and the love and romance later, and it felt like that is where the story could have gone if it was extended. I'm not saying it should be longer but I liked that there was a spark of potential romance.

I think the set up to the story at the beginning was done well too. It didn't just jump right into the sex, but gave the characters a chance to meet and spark an attraction that leads to their encounter.

One issue I did have is the amount of typos. I counted about 12-14 and for a short story of approx 5,000 words or 12-ish pages that is quite a bit. I think another proofing pass would be helpful to the ratings.

Warning: sexual content includes anal sex(less)
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Review by: Jet on June 13, 2011 :
A hot little read. Gotta love a tattooed man, it was a nice change that instead of the male usually being the instigator in steamy-hot-ness-all-night-long that it was Avery who in the end grabbed him and stopped him from leaving and getting what she wanted. I didn't want it to end, I wanted to read more.
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Review by: Lorie Compton on May 06, 2011 :
What a wonderfully written piece of sinful indulgence!!!! Hot but I want more. Highly recommend her book Marked also..
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Review by: LadyPout on May 03, 2011 :
Hot, sexy, mindblowing!! Great story & this author is definitely one to watch. I also highly recommend her other book, Marked.
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Review by: Wendy Shores on April 30, 2011 :
Better have a fan on when you read this one cause its HOT HOT HOT! Whew!
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Review by: Arlene Whelan on April 30, 2011 :
Very well written book! Thanks for this little indulgence Everly!!!!
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Review by: K Koie on April 29, 2011 :
A well written short tale that was quite hot.
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