This is the first book by this author that I've read. I saw it recommended somewhere and it was only $1.99, so I decided to give it a try, even though tattoo artists aren't my catnip. Neither are man whore heroes.
I was very pleasantly surprised. Trent is a tattoo artist and there is actual time spent discussing the art of tattooing. Not that I know anything about. The detail could be all wrong. But, the point is that it wasn't stated that "Trent is an awesome tattoo artist", and that's the end of it. A good bit of time is spent at his shop, detailing the work he does. I didn't enjoy his man whore ways. I never do. I don't like that type of hero. I don't see the attraction. But, we aren't witness to that behavior in the story - just references to it prior to meeting Harper (like the night before he meets her, he hooks up with someone he met at a bar), but he never wavered or strayed once he met Harper.
Harper was a pretty good heroine. Likable. Confident with Trent. I think she was a little clueless about the situation with her ex. She obviously took it seriously, etc., but I don't think she paid enough attention toward the end.
I liked this enough that I will pick up the second book in the series (hopefully it goes on sale soon) and I purchased the audible version of this.