Inking the Barnstormer by Sandra Bunino

Inking the Barnstormer by Sandra Bunino
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Ace never imagined leaving his thriving tattoo shop in New York City and moving to Dairy Creek, Pennsylvania. But a little girl with pigtails came into his life and he was damned if she’d grow up without knowing he was her dad.

Betrayed and broken, Rachel traded her career of planning the events of Hollywood’s A-list for tearing down old barns and selling off the pieces. The desire to commemorate her new life leads her to a local tattoo shop, but she didn’t bargain on meeting Mr. Tatted, Dark, and Sexy. Her heart was set on avoiding all men and the sexy tattooed variety like Ace were at the top of her “Do Not Touch” list.

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Inking the Barnstormer is a stand-alone, contemporary, feel-good small town romance filled with sexy tattooing, hot lovemaking, a marathon tattoopalooza event with a hilarious cast of characters, and a dog named Minnie (or Cujo, it depends who you ask).

Tattoos aren’t for everyone, and those that have them aren’t necessarily big hairy bikers. Still, Ace is surprised when Rachel enters his shop asking for one that will be large and painful. This reticent woman piques his interest, but will she let him in?

This was a great and easy read, with Dixie and Cujo winning my heart. It was especially good to see Lisa with a heart, instead of the one-dimension ‘baddie’ you all too often see. Ace and Rachel are supported by a great cast of supporting characters, and if the author wanted to make a series, I would absolutely love to read Zane’s story! Oh, and JJ, and Gunnar, and… you get the idea.

The settings were clear and the choices Ace had to make were exceedingly well-written. I could understand Rachel’s behaviour, even if I didn’t like it. My sympathies were firmly with Ace.

All in all, this was a great read that kept my attention. I have no hesitation in recommending it.

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