Indelible: Beneath His Ink

Indelible Beneath His Ink Former Marine Trent Reed is in desperate need of a Hail Mary With each failed attempt to convince his woman to pack up and move to Kentucky his past finds some new way to rear its ugly head But whe

  • Title: Indelible: Beneath His Ink
  • Author: Inger Iversen
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  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Former Marine, Trent Reed, is in desperate need of a Hail Mary With each failed attempt to convince his woman to pack up and move to Kentucky, his past finds some new way to rear its ugly head But when his pregnant ex plows into his life, all hell breaks loose unearthing parts of his past he wished would stay buried Two weeks of vacation with her man Hell yeah, that isFormer Marine, Trent Reed, is in desperate need of a Hail Mary With each failed attempt to convince his woman to pack up and move to Kentucky, his past finds some new way to rear its ugly head But when his pregnant ex plows into his life, all hell breaks loose unearthing parts of his past he wished would stay buried Two weeks of vacation with her man Hell yeah, that is exactly what Teal Lofton s libido needs And after surviving seven months apart, their reunion doesn t disappoint What she didn t account for was an unfortunate encounter with people from Trent s past A racist, a druggie, and a double barreled shotgun, culminate into a vacation that will alter the course of her life forever.

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    1. Well, what a way to ring in 2017.Teal and Trent are one of my favorite couples in romance. Nothing better than a tart tongued, take no bullshit heroine paired with a true blue alpha who doesn't need to demean his woman and call it "love". Boy, these two go through some ish and then some. Damn, but that Shayla was a piece of work. I hated her guts, yet I felt sorry for her too. Doesn't mean I didn't enjoy Teal slapping the shit out of her. In Trent's case his past just won't stay buried. But Tren [...]

    2. Indelible wasn't my favorite book in the series but I still love Teal and Trent to bits and pieces. I did like the story but I just didn't totally love it. It was a solid 3.5 star read for me.In this book Teal and Trent are basically trying to figure out what the next step in their relationship is. Trent wants her to move to Kentucky to be with him, while Teal has some doubts about it. Trent eventually convinces Teal to come to Kentucky on a little vacation with him when people from his past sho [...]

    3. So this is my third book by this author and I totally completely loved it Ms. Iversen is definitely one of my favorite authors now This is the love journey of Teal and Trent We all carry baggage from our past. Trent carried a trunk load. Well trends trunk load of trouble was heavy I pretty much false. Several years ago he made a mistake. He allowed his peers and friends to believe he was a racist He soon found out that was a very bad misstep which cost him the love of his life and his child. Our [...]

    4. Trent is hot, hot, hot!I've enjoyed the first two books in this series, and while Incarcerated remains my favorite, I have to sau, I love me some Trent Reed. He, alone, makes this story compelling as he'll. Add in sassy Teal and some good antagonists and you've got a worthy read. The sex scenes were scorching hot, whole the narrative drew me in and kept me. It was nice to delve deeper into Trent, and learn more about who he is.One criticism I have is that I don't think this story delved as deep [...]

    5. *audio review* I went into this audio not having listened to book 1 and I kind of wish I had but it was not necessary at all. I just really want to know more about Trent and Teal. This book deals with everything real. It's difficult and sometimes uncomfortable but the entire book I kept thinking that Inger Iversen did such a brilliant job at portraying the most real and intense relationship. Trent and Teal were such a unique couple and their chemistry was off the charts. Unfortunately love doesn [...]

    6. What a wonderful love story of how opposites truly do attract. Teal and Trent are from to different worlds, but when their paths cross neither would have suspected that they would have an attraction that would be so undeniable. There story is not one of love at first sight, but definitely one of a love worth fight for. I enjoyed going along with the couple as they try to figure out a way to be together when so many obstacles seem to stand in their way. This one gets 4 stars.

    7. Linda ChristianiThis book was awesome the love was Deep and strong and they spoke my language I consider cussing my bilingual contribution to the world anyway great read looking forward to more and the sex yasssss

    8. WHOOOO!!!I am literally tingling after reading this!! Trent is the man! Teal and her sass made my day. I was a little afraid it would fall short, but I couldn't be more wrong. The love that have for each other is inspiring. Their relationship is justS!!

    9. Seriously!!!Ok so this was a good read, but I felt like I didn't get the closure I wanted for Trent, Harper, and Markus. But like I said it was still a good read. Looking forward to read more from this AMAZING author.

    10. We met Teal and Trent all the way back in Incarcerated. She was Katie’s best friend, and he was Logan’s. Neither one of them had the time nor inclination to coddle someone else. But as we found out in Inevitable, still waters ran deep, and there was an explosion when these two came into contact with one another. And this book picks up a few months after that one left off. Trent was back in Kentucky and Teal still in Vermont. But he managed to get her a flight to him, and though she had her r [...]

    11. Indelible: Beneath His Ink by Inger Iverson, is unlike most books I have read. The problems that are presented in this story are realistic and captivated my interest. It was filled with suspense, combustible chemistry and told a tale about two unique characters from vastly different backgrounds coming together. There are many twists and turns in the plot that kept me wanting to know what would happen next. Trent is a hard working man who is trying to make up from his past. He is a man from the s [...]

    12. Trent and TealIt was wonderful getting to know more about them. It seemed these two have come a long way the months spent apart seemed to draw them closer to one another. Couldn't have been happier to see ratchet Shayla go, her hatred is beyond belief. And Jake, didn't remember much about him til the reference of his actions in Incarcerated were mentioned cause I didn't remember him at all from Inevitable. Anywho glad he got what was deserving of him too. How wonderful of Trent and Teal to adopt [...]

    13. Real LifeI can't say this enoughI love this style of writing as well as these characters. I'm not sure of the next book though. Is it back tracking cause how does Shayla play into this since she's not his wife?????

    14. Push for love!These two fight for the love they share. The past sometimes can come to haunt you but it's how and who you stand with that makes the fight worth it. I am enjoying the journey with Teal and Trent.

    15. Loved the story butI loved Trent and teal but Harper was immature and selfish for keeping Markus away from his father after all these years because of things he said as a butt kid

    16. Good bookGood read,had a decent storyline, a little repetitive at times but still, a nice happy ending for Trent and Teal.

    17. Indelible - Beneath His Ink, starts with Trent and Teal having been apart for months, Teal decides to take some time off work and head down to Kentucky to see her man. Trent’s on a mission to make sure Teal's trip becomes permanent, but Trent’s small town in Kentucky is not particularly welcoming of interracial relationships and our couple has their work cut out for them because Trent has had his own issues with race in the past.If only Trent’s pesky and messy former life would just stay i [...]

    18. Very entertaining, engaging and enjoyable. The story pulls you in from the start and never lets go until the end. It's gritty, intense and real. I listened every chance I could. It's definitely worth your time and credit. This is the second book in the series, I wish I had listened to the first book just to get the full backstory on Trent & Teal. They already have an established relationship and I missed the developing part of that relationship. ( Sometimes the best part) Even with that, It [...]

    19. DNF - Stopped at 56%This book really started to give me a headache. Trent and Teal story should have ended in book 1. Trent lives in KY while Teal stayed in VT. Trent wants Teal to move to KY, but she doesn't want to. The book was going good until Shayla showed up and Teal and Trent decides to want to solve a rape case from 15 years ago. WTH. I wanted to learn more about Harper and Markus not Jake and Shayla. I stopped reading and don't care to read the next book. People need to stop dragging th [...]

    20. I'm here for it.I love Trent and Teal even more now, I didn't even think it was possible. Trent is all alpha. I truly felt his in this book. I even cried a little. Harper and Shayla um let's just say life is about choices and no one has to be a victim. Yes you can victimized but you can also CHOOSE be a survivor. On to part 3.

    21. A couple who kicks assI really do love Trent and Teal I love Katie and Logan. But I couldn't stand the fact that of what happen between Harper and Trent was mostly blamed on him i didn't that. And I also need to give Teal a high five for slapping the mess out of Shayla she deserved that. I really enjoyed this book I can't wait to read book 4

    22. LayersThis book had so many. So many different dynamics. This writer is wonderful in her story development. Glad there is more coming from her. Trent and Teal's story is unfinished.

    23. Oh my God! I loved this book so much! Definitely my absolute favorite of this series! I don't know how many times I teared up reading Beautiful!Full review to come

    24. 3.00 Stars. This is book 3 of the series and the 2nd book featuring Trent with Teal, as a whole the series is a good one. I have the audio formate of all the books and as narrations go, my least favorite narrator is Olivia Peppersmith who narrated my favorite book of the series, Incarcerated. Michael Pauley is my favorite narrator and he narrated my least favorite book , Indelible. Crazy. Starting with the first book of the series and culminating with the last book of the series, my least favori [...]

    25. Let the Mayhem Start3·5 Star Rating. Out of the 3 books that I have read in this sequel, this one happens to be my favourite and I am looking forward to reading the the next series of this book. I am liking Teal's character so much better. I had already warmed to Trent's character and now I am invested in his life to be whole or should I say for him to right the wrongs that has been done to him. I was a bit disappointment that Marcus was not written in this book, but I can understand if it coul [...]

    26. I was given the gift of an ARC of Indelible by Inger Iversen, I was surprised, excited and honored was asked. I have never done anything like this (I believe in a previous life I was an editor but I digress….lol). I had a great time reading this book. I have fallen love with this series and the characters, Trent and Teal being my favorites. However, it did take a while to warm up to Teal, but as both stories progressed, I understood where she was. I could relate to her concerns and fears. With [...]

    27. Narrators can make all the difference with an audiobook. I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review. Right off the bat I can say I am enjoying this audiobook so much better than book 1 thanks to the narrator, Michael Pauley. The story still doesn't flow as smooth as I would like, but the performance from the narrator helps to compensate any lacking in the character development and story-line. I hope Inger Iversen continu [...]

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