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Satisfaction (Brothers Ink, #1)

by Sarah Mayberry

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I will forever have a little Brazilian Ink on my heart. ( )
  AmandaB74 | Feb 23, 2016 |
Mayberry has a gift of making seemingly ordinary, sometimes not particularly likeable people into romance characters whom readers care about and applaud. This book is a case in point.

Melbourne, Australia, bookstore owner Maggie Hendricks feels as if she's been missing out on something essential in her life. Fortunately one of her friends suggests a way to fill that void.

Twenty-seven-year-old Maggie has never climaxed even though she's had a number of boyfriends and isn't by any means a virgin. She's beginning to think there's something clinically wrong with her and is considering a visit to a doctor when a member of her reading group touts the prowess of a tattoo artist who gave her friend more than a tattoo.

Maggie figures if this artist with the amazing physical attributes and lax attitude about having sex with customers can't give her an orgasm, then it's a clear sign she must make a doctor's appointment. So dressing in her sexiest undies and prepping herself with a few stiff drinks, she books a meeting with Brazilian-born Eduardo at Brothers Ink.

Instead of Eduardo, unfortunately, she gets his twin brother Rafel who despises his brother's penchant for having sex with customers. But when humiliated Maggie flees the tattoo parlor, Rafel tracks her down, feels sorry for her, and promises her an orgasm or two.

I hate to admit it, but at this point I nearly abandoned the book even though Mayberry wrote it. How could she possibly salvage this plot? Maggie struck me as pathetic and the epitome of first world hubris. Eduardo and Rafel seemed the kind of braggadocio males that give men the world over a bad name. And all three of them painted a picture of immaturity and shallowness.

Read the rest of my review at All About Romance: http://www.likesbooks.com/cgi-bin/bookReview.pl?BookReviewId=10102 ( )
  phenshaw | Apr 25, 2014 |
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