My life was a dark and desolate place. Consumed by work and full of regret, loneliness had become my closest friend. Ink and a tattoo machine were my therapy, a way to claim my own skin with the art that I loved.
The day I walked into her shop, I knew I’d found what I needed.
The light I’d been looking for.
When I first looked into those blue eyes I saw a depth behind them that I wanted to explore. Jason “Jay” Clarke was more than a perfectly pressed suit and dimpled smile. He was a man with a heart of gold drowning in the weight of his world.
He wanted me to mark him.
I never expected him to soothe my aching heart.
When our worlds collide and Jay begins to fall apart, will my love be enough to save him?
**WARNING: Not recommended for younger readers due to sexual content and language.
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My husband is awesome and also a Chief in the US Navy. This means crazy schedules, uncertainty and lots of nights spent alone writing on my computer.
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I've been passionate about writing since I wrote my first poem in the 3rd grade and I've been using it as a means to express myself since.
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Jackson raised his hand as another waitress walked by, and she stopped at our table. Trix’s eyes went directly to her cleavage.
“Can we get another round of beers?” Jackson asked, pointing to his empty glass.
“Sure thing. What were you drinking?”
“Three Fat Tires and one Heineken,” he said, pointing to my glass.
The waitress’s eyes met mine, and a seductive smile spread across her red lips. “Oh my god, are you Jade Holliday?”
All the guys turned to look at me, and I grinned.
“Yeah, that’s me.”
“Wow. You’re gorgeous. I’d love to get some ink from you one day.” Her eyes moved to my breasts before meeting mine again. She was totally hitting on me.
“Expressions, over by the mall. Come by anytime, sweetheart,” Dustin said.
She glanced at him before gazing at me again. “Seriously? You opened up a shop out here?”
“Yes, she did,” Trix chimed in.
“Awesome. I’ll definitely come by,” she said, giving me another flirtatious smile before walking away with her tray.
“Bring your friends!” Dustin shouted after her. “Fuck. I got a chub from just watching you two,” he said, adjusting his crotch under the table.
“She wants a taste of that pink taco,” Trix teased, wiggling his eyebrows at me.
“Oh, shut up.”
“Just promise me one thing. If you ever—I mean, ever—decide to give her a taste, please, for the love of God, let me watch,” Dustin pleaded, his eyes looking desperate.
“You’ll be the first to know.”
“Fuck yes!” he said.
He shook his fist in the air, and we all laughed.
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