She's locked up tight. But he might be the key. Logan Reed is tall, tatted and tempting. Kit's a woman with a mean right hook and a secret. Kit wants a tattoo, but Logan sees more than she intended in the drawing she shows him. He sees her in ways no one ever has. Logan's not disabled; but he hasn't spoken in eight years. He hasn't needed to. Until he meets Kit.
Logan doesn't know everything about Kit. Kit doesn't know anything about herself, until she has to sacrifice all she ever wanted to save what's most important to him.
©2013 Tammy Falkner (P)2013 Tammy Falkner
I'm proud to be a bookaholic...addicted, obsessed, passionate!!! My favorite way to relax & escape reality....
Told from alternating points of view, Logan and Emily's, this book had an interesting plot. Logan and Emily are each dealing with their own personal struggles, and even though a little over the top at times, as far as the story line goes, it’s not too over the top with angst or overly dramatic. This book captured my attention right away. The characters were endearing, the story was fast paced, interesting and refreshing. Lets just say a few pages in and I was hooked. By the time I hit the ending, I was disappointed it was over so quickly! In fact, this book ends abruptly but leaves you knowing there is more to Emily and Logan’s story. Emily goes by Kit. She spends her days playing guitar by the subway of NYC. She is a long way from home. She comes from a whole different world than the one she is living in now. She is homeless- but it’s a choice she made. She's hiding a secret that she can't trust anyone with. Next you meet Logan who lives with his four brothers. He is a tattoo artist. He is a bit of a man slut. And he is also deaf. He too has his own secrets. One day Emily arrives at a tattoo parlor requesting a tattoo of one her designs. Logan is the tattoo artist for this project. The sparks fly between them especially when Emily ends up punching him in the nose and breaking it. From that point, Emily and Logan start to form a connection early on and the chemistry between them is quite believable, but what I really loved is the relationship she forms with all his brothers and that the brothers have with each other. I family dynamic in this book was great. Even though Logan had no parents to speak of, his brothers were a tight unit. I especially had a soft spot for Matt. Although short, this book was still packed with plenty of steam and enough awwwww moments. Still worth the purchase even though the book was very short.
reviewed wrong book for one more day
Absolutely loved this book, shows the power of love and family. The ending was awesome with the press conference and the tattoo on Emily's arm was such a good ending.
This is a book about a girl who runs away from her parents at 18 and tries to make it on her own. She plays a guitar in train stations to earn some money to eat and sleeps in shelters to survive the nights. In her attempt to get a tattoo she meets the hero who then helps her get off the streets. Their love is cute and simple and the story a bit predictable but I still enjoyed listening to it. I like the deaf hero, the brothers who would do anything for each other and their determination to help their sick brother. A short story of about 6 hrs.
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
I keep trying to get into this story... Great opposite attract story...but man.. I am just so bored..
Idk... I need more action, smex, drama... something...
I liked this book. It was sweet and interesting. My only real complaint is that the main character, Logan, seems all angsty for the first little bit and then magically becomes un-angsty, and then we focus on Kit's angst. I don't know how to explain this without revealing a plot point. I don't really think it's a spoiler, since it happens so early in the book, but some folks are sensitive. So I will separate it into its own paragraph below.
Logan goes deaf when he's 13 (I think. Maybe 11. Anyway). Kids tease him about the way he talks. So he stops talking. To everyone. For 10 years (or something like that). Then, one day, he talks to Kit. No insecurity about it. No struggle. Nothing. This doesn't seem realistic. If you had the will power to stop talking for years, it must be a pretty big deal. So talking again ought to be a huge deal. But no. Weird, but not a deal breaker.
Didn't care for the narrator. But the story was sweet. I am thinking about picking up the second book. :)
tammy Faulkner yes, Narrator NO
yes, I liked the story
The voice was very child like and when she changed from male to famale, it was aweful. I won't listen to another book narrated by her
I'm blind & I live in Loveland, Co, I like to be with my guide dog, family & friends, I love to listen to book's music & play on my computer
Yes, The family dynamics are wonderful
I have none at this time
Veronica Munch or Susan Jones, maybe Tavia Gilbert
When Matt collapsed and Emily called her dad for help
I wish they would get a new narrator and rerecord the entire series
I love Logan's vulnerability and the 5 brothers sticking together as a tight family.
Logan cause he is so darn sexy and I have a soft spot for Matt.
Her voice is too young and she pronounces her "g's" too hard ...sing-ging, younguh. etc. This annoyed me and was distracting to me.
Yes! I got excited to drive to and from work every day just to hear the story.
I bought this book and read it twice, when I saw it available on audible I grabbed it right away. One of my favorites!
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