Tattooist and business owner, Abigail works well with her employee piercer Jed and neither has thought of the other in romantic terms till now. When Abigail entrusts Jed with her sordid history, he knows he has to protect her from ever feeling that helpless again.
Jed has to extricate himself from an unholy alliance with his girlfriend, who is a tattoo and piercing addict, while keeping watch over Abigail’s fragility. When a reporter comes to town, looking for someone who witnessed her father murder her mother ten years ago, Jed is galvanized into action to protect Abigail.
Abigail needs to say goodbye to her past in order to move on with Jed, but he is more than adequate to help her do just that.
I liked these two a lot, and I was glad that such a damaged soul as Abigail was able to find a good man to carry on her new life with. Sinful Southern Ink is a great read!