Author: Laura Wright

First Ink by Laura Wright

Posted September 26, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
First Ink by Laura Wright

I was looking for books with hot guys loaded up with tattoos, what can I say I am a sucker for guys with tatts, or really anyone with tatts, hey I’ve got five of them myself (and more planned out). I loved the cover of this book, the pink and the tattooed hand just screamed “buy me now” so I did. This was pretty stellar for a novella and exactly what I was looking for when I was on the prowl for a new book. Part of what I was happy about when it came to this book is that it is also a second chance romance, Rush and Addison fell in love in high school, that ends with Addison makes a mistake and spends the next five years trying to fix things with Rush. I love the way she ends up getting him to talk to her. Rush is at a tattoo convention and she volunteers to be tattooed, the catch, he gets to tattoo whatever he wants on her. Addison gets her tattoo and her chance to talk to Rush and hopefully fix what happened in the past. There isn’t a lot more I can say about this book because it’s short so I would give it away if I did. But I loved the chemistry and the second chance romance. It was definitely a hot and fun quick read, so if you love tattoos and are looking for something quick and satisfying this is your book.

Branded by Laura Wright

Posted June 11, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Branded by Laura Wright

I love a good cowboy story! I’m sorry I’m just a total sucker for it. Blame it on my youth, growing up in Texas, going to horseback riding camp, dreaming of one day owning my own ranch, but whatever the reason I love books about books with cowboys and I love books that take place in Texas. So part of the reason why I enjoyed this book as much as I did was because being a cowboy and living on a ranch wasn’t just something mentioned, instead it was a huge part of the novel. Mac being the foremen. The Cavanaugh brothers being the ones inheriting the ranch, the talk of cattle and horses, ranch hands, barns, and broken fences. It felt authentic, not just like a backdrop for a story.  I loved Mac. I loved that she was the foreman of the ranch. I hate to say that ranch life is pretty gender role specific, but let’s face it, it kind is, and it’s a rare thing to see a woman as a foreman. And Mac is a good one, she cares not just about the land but also the people involved in the everyday. Sure she has a past with that land, it’s where she grew up with her best friend, but it’s also where she see her future. I liked that she’s strong willed, and ready for a fight, even when it’s against a billionaire who has more resources then she could dream of. I liked that she […]