I was given this book for an honest review!
First off, I really liked the writing style of this author. He does know how to grab a person and reel them in.
The heroine is Kendra, who at first was one of those weak females I love to hate, so wasn't sure I was going to like this book at all. When someone at her job upsets her, she goes running to a tattoo shop to talk to her friend Merle who decides to put a "special" tattoo on her.
There the action begins. There were a LOT of twists and turns to the story after that, and it kept my attention throughout the book! There were a lot of surprises every time I turned the page and I looked forward to it so much, that I read this book in one day.
If I have one thing to say about this? It went a little TOO fast for me, and it could have been slowed down a bit in the beginning from when she has the tat to when she finds out what and who she really is.
Needless to say, I look forward to the next one in the series!