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INK: A Love Story on 7th and Main

What do tattoos and books have in common? Ink, of course! Why do I ask? What does that have to do with this post? Hang on, I’ll answer all your questions. All you have to do is read on.

When starting a bookstore, I had so many questions, so when I picked up this book called INK: A Love Story on 7th and Main, I couldn’t help but sympathize with the main character, Emmie. She had just inherited her grandmother’s bookstore and was trying to decide if she wanted to reopen it or sell the building. Emmie decided to open again, thanks to many fond memories, but with a little twist. She was going to share the space with a tattoo shop. Ox Had recently been dumped by his girlfriend and boss. So not only was she throwing his clothes out the window, she was also screaming for him to get his stuff from her Tattoo shop. When he and Emmie finally sat down and talked through everything, and how they would do this, everything started to fall into place. The one rule is that they can’t date each other. We all know how rules go in a romance book.

This book was exactly what I needed. I really enjoyed this light and fluffy read. The author, Elizabeth Hunter, did a fantastic job creating characters that had depth and were believable. I found a few things I wish she had done better, but overall, the story was cute, and the characters were great. Ginger had to be my favorite character, and I wished she was in it more. She’s Ox’s ex-girlfriend and a drama queen! Every one of the interactions with her just made me laugh. First, she throws Ox’s clothes out the window, and then the next, she tries to scare Emmie from opening her shop. This book didn’t have much spice, and their love story was cute. If you want something to read and enjoy some crazy characters, I think this book is a good one to pick up.

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