Micah (Damage Control 1)

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 review
There’s me: Micah Owens. Tattoo artist at Damage Control. No parents or siblings. A past that still gives me nightmares.
And then there’s her: Evangeline, the girl who saved my life and haunts my more pleasant dreams. A smile from her and I’ll do all I can to make her mine – including pretending to be someone I’m not, someone worth having. Isn’t love weird?
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Jo Raven is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, best known for her series Inked Brotherhood and Damage Control. She writes edgy, contemporary New Adult romance with sexy bad boys and strong-willed heroines. She writes about MMA fighters and tattoo artists, dark pasts that bleed into the present, loyalty and raw emotion. Add to that breathtaking suspense, super-hot sex scenes and a happy ending, and you have a Jo Raven original story.

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Reviews of Micah (Damage Control 1) by Jo Raven

CRISSY MACKEY reviewed on Dec. 21, 2020

I liked Micah and Evangeline characters in this story and there were some funny, sweet and steamy scenes between the two but I needed a little bit more. I didn't feel that deep connection between the main characters that would have made me really enjoy this story. Micah did not have an easy childhood and he has scars that runs deep but Evangeline saved his life. She's the woman he can't forget and wants to know. Evangeline has her own drama to deal with because her ex-boyfriend Blake refuses to believe that their relationship is over and is willing to deal with anyone he feels is a threat. It took me a while to like Evangeline's parent and brother, I couldn't believe the way they treated her and I was glad when she made the decision to do what was best for her. The ending of this story was sweet but in all honesty it didn't leave me dying to read the next book.
(reviewed 9 months after purchase)
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