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Tattoos & Teacups

by Anna Martin

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  DreZ | Jan 15, 2015 |
A very romantic, fullfilling read. Wow. This book is going to be in my favorite catagory. ( )
  Penny01 | Feb 1, 2014 |
A very romantic, fullfilling read. Wow. This book is going to be in my favorite catagory. ( )
  Penny01 | Feb 1, 2014 |
4 stars. Really enjoyed this sweet romance between two opposites. :) ( )
  vampkiss | Oct 23, 2013 |
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As a teenager, Robert McKinnon left his native Scotland and moved to America. That was sixteen years ago, and Professor McKinnon has never quite settled in his new home or found his place this side of the pond. He might be prematurely old, but he has his cat, and his books, and that's all he needs.

Then Chris Ford explodes into Robert's life with a crash of cymbals. The younger man is the polar opposite of Robert's calm civility. Bright tattoos cover his skin, and he wears his hair in a Mohawk and plays drums for a rock band. But he's a shot of color in Robert's black-and-white world, and Robert turns out to be the one thing Chris can count on. Despite all the reasons it shouldn't work, somehow it does.

Even if Robert wasn't looking for love especially not with someone nearly ten years his junior he can't deny being with Chris is fun. But sometimes Chris's free-spirited nature leaves Robert feeling vulnerable. If they can't find a balance between tattoos and teacups, their relationship won't survive and neither will Robert's newfound lust for life
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As a teenager, Robert McKinnon left his native Scotland and moved to America. That was sixteen years ago, and Professor McKinnon has never quite settled in his new home or found his place this side of the pond. He might be prematurely old, but he has his cat, and his books, and that's all he needs. Then Chris Ford explodes into Robert's life. Bright tattoos cover his skin, and he wears his hair in a Mohawk and plays drums for a rock band. Despite all the reasons it shouldn't work, somehow it does.… (more)

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