Tattoo is the newest installment to the Take It Off series by Cambria Hebert. This new adult contemporary series is not intended for young adult readers.
This review is part of the Tattoo Blog Tour ( March 17th – 21st).
Taylor is a young woman who seems to have her life all figured out. She is living her life, working at the local bank: all goes well. One day there is a robbery at the bank. Not being someone to shut up Taylor finds herself under gunshot. Then there is one man who is trying to protect her. His name is Brody.
“Once the familiar feel of that weapon was in my hand, all bets were off, and I was shooting to kill.”
Brody has always been working, either dealing with paperwork or trying to solve a case while being undercover. But now he finds himself with a two-week long holiday. But that holiday doesn’t last long. When he makes a routine visit to the local bank, he finds himself in the middle of a bank robbery. For once, unarmed.
Taylor gets shot, and when Brody is trying to administer first aid, he reveals a tattoo on his back. A tattoo that connects him to a group of people he is trying to stay away from. Dangerous people. And that tattoo drags him and Taylor into trouble. Big trouble.
“I’d take ten bullets if it meant you didn’t have to take any.”
Tattoo is one of the best books in the Take it Off series so far if you’d ask me. My favourite one’s are still Torch and Text, but deserves a place in the top three. Cambria has managed to get everything into this story: suspense, action, romance and mystery. And let’s not forget she’s created another hottie. Brody is a great addition to the Take it Off hotties list.
4 out of 5 stars