Mind Thief. Gift Thief. Feared for an ability to seize another’s thoughts and powers with a touch. San Francisco tattoo artist Etaín is such an elf—and the time has come for her to learn how to use her talents.
Close to the transformation and about to discover her place in a supernatural world, Etaín once thought intimacy and permanence were impossible. Now she’s bound to Cathal, the son of an Irish mobster. And she’s also claimed by Eamon, an Elven lord with powerful gifts of his own.
Eamon is determined to keep her safe—from others as well as herself. But a quest for justice is more than it seems, leaving their future to hinge on choice and magic. On promises made and dangerous bargains.
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“Spicy, sassy, sexy, and off-the-charts sensual.”—Romantic Crush Junkies Reviews
“Compelling…mesmerizing…[A] world of erotica and magic.”—Reader to Reader
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I had a love/ strongly dislike relationship with Inked Destiny. Was it just me or did Elain get on yor nerves at times to. Between yes I'm in lust and no, no I don't want to be your slave...I totally lost all interest in what happened to her. How can a woman so wishy-washy hold on to two alpha males beyond sex? Really? I was more interested in Quinn's romance with Derrick that what was going on with Elain. No where in this tale did I feel any strength from her character. She read like a pouty child looking to have her way and damn the consequences. Arghhhh. The secondary characters made this book and for that reason alone it gets three stars from me. Hopefully the next installment (if there is one) will have a grown up acting heroine who shows some strength of character, a little more back bone and just a touch more compassion for every one else's safety. Jory...sex along can't carry a tale as complex as this. Why give two hot guys a whiney female lead? It makes for stilted un-enjoyable reading.
Excellent world building balanced with steamy love scenes. Hope Jory writes more in this series!