Saturday, July 26, 2014
#REVIEWS Marking Her/ Marking Him @ElenaMReyes
Marking Him (Marked #2) by Elena M. Reyes
The day Maya Owens walked into his tattoo shop, everything Talan knew changed.
After officially starting a relationship, he is now having trouble managing Maya—a woman who consumes every part of his being and owns his heart. His need to control her and everything around her drives Maya insane, but he has good reason. After all, Janice is still lurking around and she has a vendetta against his Bitty.
In no time Talan wants more, and it’s faster than Maya can handle; things begin to get complicated.
Months of frustration and want take them for a ride neither wanted, but now yearn for. Will they make it through the turbulence? And if so, at what cost?
Marking Her (Marked #1) by Elena M. Reyes
Talan wants to mark Maya—with more than his ink. The owner of a prominent tattoo shop, he’s used to being hit on by easy women. Though “easy” is not a word associated with Maya when she comes in to support her friend. Flirtation ensues, but what will it take to break the painted man.
This series was another good tattoo boy romance... a little bit sexy, a little bit sweet.
Of course, there's the delicious owner of a prominent tattoo shop who's had his fill of women and is ready for "the one" when Maya walks into his shop. Then Talan falls hard and falls fast! Maya doesn't make it simple for Talan. Talan and Maya's relationship progresses steadily throughout the two books. In the middle of it all, there's a bit of suspense and a shitload of alpha-male posturing. The best is the interactions between Talan and Maya as they flirt and discover just how they fit together. Oh yeah, and of course there's the hot sexual tension to keep you fanning yourself.
3 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
This book was given to us by the author. Many thanks.