Easton Crawford put his modeling career and good looks before his marriage until it was over. Years later, he is finally learning how to be the father his daughter needed him to be. He's not looking for a new mom for his daughter-just nightly casual hook-ups. When his best friend, Avery, convinces him that a good way to meet a lot of single women is to go on a single's cruise, Easton finds more than just a hook-up when he meets a fellow cruiser, Brooke.
Brooke Bradley has taken care of her younger sister, Bailee, for most of their lives. While their mother was enjoying not being a mother, Brooke became the adult in the household at 13. She had always taken care of the people in her life, especially her boyfriend, Jared. If it wasn't for Brooke, Jared wouldn't know how to function throughout the day.
When Brooke's best friend, Nicole, gives her a gift of going on a cruise without telling her that it's a single's cruise, will Brooke find someone willing to be her constant and finally leave Jared?
Brooke and Easton learn that people are brought into their lives for many reasons. Over time, they find out what those reasons are. Some are to be a temporary acquaintance while others are there for life.
©2014 Kimberly Knight (P)2014 Kimberly Knight
reading with a coffee in my hands
I didn't like anything because the narration is so rediculous.
I will read the ebook instead.
It's all about romance in my library! I have a wonderful husband, children and my grandchildren they are my rock.
Yes, it was funny, entertaining and romantic!
Eaton, its nice to learn about a single dad dealing with his daughter alone. Good thing he had support of his parents. Not many father's will be involved raising their children.
It's hard to tell, the entire book was very good. But the cruise was fun!
I wished we learned more about Jared - why he cheated.
I love all genres of books. However, when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!
This scorred 3.5 stars because it was very slow to start, 8 chapters before the H and h even meet. A lot of unnecessary details made the first half of the book really drawn out. But most people loved the book so maybe it is just my expectations were too high because of the good reviews.
Tattoos Dots tells the story of Easton Crawford, who let's face it was kind of a jerk. As the story starts out, he is divorcing his high school sweetheart. Since he became a model, he has cheated on her repeatedly because she was "nagging him". The only good thing that came out of his marriage was his daughter. He is fighting his ex for custody. The divorce has been long and drawn out. All the while, Easton is still a total jerk.He screws anything that walks, including his divorce lawyer. Then the unexpected happens, his ex is killed in a car crash. Now Easton is a single dad. He moves to NY to start over and opens a bar.
Brooke Bradley is in an equally horrible situation. She is in a bad relationship with her boyfriend. He is a loser and she is not even sure why she is with him. To top it off, he may even be cheating on her!!!
Her best friend gives her a singles cruise for her birthday. Brooke goes on the cruise with her BFF.
Easton is also on the cruise due to his best friend talking him into a week away.
Intsanly Easton and Brooke are drawn to each other, but Brooke is still with her boyfriend. She does not act on her feelings, but enjoys the week with Easton as friends. She knows there is something there, but fights it.
When Brooke gets home from the cruise, she finds out there is something really wrong with her health. Easton swoops in. He becomes her knight in shinning armor.
If you like insta love .... this is the book for you!!
The narrators were OK and read a dual narrator book the way I like it with the male and females reading their roles.
Easton is a handsome, sexy, single Dad who has nightly hook-ups with no strings, is a Partner in a Bar and, at first he comes across as an over-confident, dislikable, cold man-whore. However, he just hasn't found 'the one' yet and when he meets Paralegal Assistant Brooke there's an instant chemistry between them and his character growth, throughout a heartbreaking drama, turns him into a strong loveable character that has won his redemption and a second chance at love.
It's a very emotional, funny, sad, sexy listen with a tragedy, some angst, an "oh sh*t no" drama and a full framework of good supporting characters in the form of friends and family. I liked the main love story and Easton's character development and I thought Joshua Logan's voice was great BUT I'm afraid I just didn't like Eva Eastman's narration as her voice was a bit 'hard' for the character - however, that's just my opinion you may love her who knows.
Worth a credit? An enjoyable Contemporary romance but it does deal with some heavy issues and life's not all plain sailing for the couple however Yes, creditworthy IMHO.
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