Covering up pain is easy. It's keeping it tucked away that's hard. I've always needed the cover of tattoos to hide the nasty past that leached its way into me, tainting me beneath my skin.
Not the shiny, trendy tats, but the ugly broken kind, meant to keep the world at bay. If they weren't enough, then my piercings, foul mouth and crazy hair usually did the trick. Life had taught me to never follow the rules, because when you do, you get burned.
My life was perfectly imperfect until Tripp...
Our relationship is what most would describe as fuel meeting fire. We were both hell bent on burning each other to the ground. Tripp was sexy as hell, a charismatic beast, and soon became one of my best friends. We shared a love of ice cream and tattoos as we blazed our own path that could only lead to a beautiful train wreck.
The only question left is, will we set the countryside ablaze with our hot tempers and foul mouths? Or will we paint our own happy ending filled with all the gushy shit normal people crave?
Mature Content Warning: Recommended for ages 17+ due to language and sexual content.
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I thought this was a pretty good story. I really liked Tripp and Lacey. Lacey is a pretty funny girl and what a mouth! It was pretty much instant infatuation with each other. The narrator did a great job. Very enjoyable.
A different narrator.
Paperback or ebook. Absolutely nothing in the form of audible if it's being read by Madeleine Bundy.
That Tripp still could be a fairly good book TO READ.
The Narration was too breathy and came out in choppy sequences. Their was almost a robotic element that left an impression of sentence by sentence of equally noticeable and distinct pauses. There were zero emotional tones in reading except when the dialog included cuss words or when the dialog was that of a child. A lot of the time I couldn't tell which character was speaking even though it's narrative is written in 1st person. They just all blended in. The POV had been named with each change in POV but still the dialog was hard to follow.
I believe this could have been a rather good story if I read the book first. Now I won't know because this really soured my interest in ever picking this book up. I do think the narrator would do extremely well in a different genre like children's or even pre-teens/teens (like the 4th-9th graders). Overall. I won't be purchasing any other audibles with this narrator.
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