Inked Ever After [NOOK Book]

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Genre: Contemporary

Previous Book: More than Meets the Ink

Tattooed bad boy James Bowen is about to marry the love of his life. Everything would be perfect if it wasn't for the tiny detail that his bride-to-be is freaking out big time. And trying to hide it from him.

Tate Cooper is losing it. She loves James with all her heart and wants to be married to him; it's the getting married that's killing her. Still ...

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Overview

Genre: Contemporary

Previous Book: More than Meets the Ink

Tattooed bad boy James Bowen is about to marry the love of his life. Everything would be perfect if it wasn't for the tiny detail that his bride-to-be is freaking out big time. And trying to hide it from him.

Tate Cooper is losing it. She loves James with all her heart and wants to be married to him; it's the getting married that's killing her. Still grieving the loss of her father and brother, Tate just can't shake her fear and sadness. Add to that the stress of the wedding, and she's in full emotional meltdown. But James deserves a happy bride, not a high-maintenance, sorrow-filled, guilt-stricken one, and, by God, she's going to give him that, even if she has to paste on a smile and fake it till she makes it.

James can see through her front, and he doesn't know whether to be amused or pissed. He understands she's running scared, her fear of loss making it hard for her to fully commit, but there is no way in hell he's going to allow this to continue; he's going to push her to confront her fears until she happily embraces their ever after.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781623002671
  • Publisher: Loose Id LLC
  • Publication date: 3/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 74,678
  • File size: 439 KB

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  • Posted August 17, 2013

    Oh, James Bowen... How I have missed you and your sexy, dirty, s

    Oh, James Bowen... How I have missed you and your sexy, dirty, sweet, sexy, bossy mouth. Did I say sexy? James Bowen and his brother Cole are two sexy BAMFs. The amount of sexy aggression that just rolls off those two is enough to make any woman melt. What really makes James Bowen sexy, though, is the way he loves Tate. He makes his princess feel safe, desired, treasured. There is nothing James won't do or say to make Tate happy. It honestly doesn't get any sexier than that.

    Inked Ever After is about the time leading up to James and Tate's wedding, and she's not handling the stress well. Wedding planning is hell under the best of circumstances, but Tate is also still dealing with the death of her father and brother. Gosh, the author did an amazing job of conveying Tate's grief. Her pain was heartbreaking and had my eyes welling up with tears more than once. And though this aspect of the story is so sad, it also gives Tate - and the reader - the opportunity to see how amazing James is.

    Author Elle Aycart is a BOSS when comes to erotic romance, and is truly one of the very best out there. Super Alpha James is an aggressive, bossy, and barely leashed beast (just go with me, this is a good thing). Pirate Princess Tate (trust me, this makes sense if you read the books) has come a long way since the beginning of More Than Meets the Ink. This woman is out of control hot for James, and I loved when she gave him a run for his money. So yeah, Inked Ever After is so freaking hot that I got more than a little lightheaded and at times I could barely see straight.

    Aaaand.... Inked Ever After seems to have a nice lead-in to the next books in the series, about Max, Mike, and Jack. If you're looking for erotic romance with sexy, badass and completely lovable Alpha men and the sexy, badass women who can handle them, the Bowen series is a sure thing.

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  • Posted August 3, 2013

    James Bowen only wants one thing Tate Cooper to be his wife. Jam

    James Bowen only wants one thing Tate Cooper to be his wife. James knows that his tattooed personality is force to be reckoned with when it comes to protecting what his. James would do anything to spare Tate the pain she's unsuccessfully hidden from everyone else regarding her father and brother Jonah. He knows that all of these wedding plans are pushing Tate over the edge and thensome. Tate loves James with all her heart but she's still holding on to that piece of herself afraid to let go for fear of losing James forever. Tate has her own prejudices about being tattooed among other things. Tate knows that James wants all of her mess and all. Will Tate's need to hide ruin the best thing she has? Will James allow Tate to follow the path she's going down lately? Will Tate let James have all of her heart, fears, and hopes too? Will the wedding wreck what James and Tate could build? Your answers await you in Inked Ever After.

    I usually frown when I realize I've gotten a book out of sequence but in this case. This book pretty much stands alone while giving crucial history highlights in the process. James is an Alpha Male in the same vein as Ms. Kristin Ashley's Dream Man Series. I simply adored how James handle Tate with kid gloves never once flinching in the process. He could still be a guy's guy too. I'm thinking I need to get other books in this series because I love what the author has created here.

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  • Posted May 31, 2013

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    Rating: 4.5 Stars In Inked Ever After by Elle Aycart Tate Cooper

    Rating: 4.5 Stars
    In Inked Ever After by Elle Aycart Tate Cooper has suffered a tremendous loss in her young life. Her father and brother were killed in a tragic accident almost two years ago, and she is still overcome with grief and guilt. She has kept the family restaurant successfully running, with little help from her Mom or sister Elle, although Elle has made herself available over the past few months so that Tate can have some free time to plan her wedding to alpha male James Bowen.

    Tattooed and gorgeous, James Bowen looks and acts like ultimate bad boy, but he is not. He is the perfect mix of sexy, bossy, possessiveness and charm. He owns his own successful security business and is very close to his father and two brothers. His mother left the family when he was a little boy and he has no desire to see her. He is also divorced. James is engaged to the love of his life, the beautiful and smart Tate Cooper. His love for Tate is tangible and possessive, he is her rock.

    When they are not working or dealing with wedding engagements, Tate and James are enjoying incredible sex. Their love continues to bring them closer together and any life without each other is unfathomable. Tate wants to marry James with all her heart and be the perfect bride to be. But being happy is difficult because she cannot get over the guilt from the death of father and brother. She also believes wholeheartedly that James is not good enough for her. Overtime, Tate has been able to shield her true sadness from others and lives her life like everything is okay. However, she is really experiencing an emotional breakdown. Luckily, because James knows her so well, he is able to see through her facade and finally get her to acknowledge her fears. With great hardship and James' love, Tate is able to let her emotional baggage erupt which ultimately makes their relationship even stronger.

    Tate gets inked with one of James' tattoos, the ultimate commitment of her love and devotion.

    As their wedding day approaches, Tate's coping skills are put to the test when James is in a car accident. They both end up being fine and the wedding of the year goes on without a hitch. A bright future with lots of family to love is within their reach.

    Inked Ever After by Elle Aycart truly defines the erotic romance genre. It is screaming hot and emotionally charged at the same time. This is a three book series and reading her first book, More than Meets the Ink, is beneficial but not entirely necessary. The author does provide a few splashes of background from the first story, which is helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2013

    Liked It

    Overall I enjoyed the book, but at times it felt like there was too much emotional drama being dragged out and let's get Tate & James married already.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2013

    LOVED IT

    Love Tate n James. I love the wa Elle Ayart write.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2013

    Great book, loved it 

    Great book, loved it 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2013

    Average

    I was excited to read the next novel in this series but found the storyline to be a bit slow moving. This one is definitely not as exciting as the previous two novels.

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