One year ago…
Sunny Fairfax, daughter of a former Chicago mayor, had been tops in the marketing game. She’d taken a tiny tattoo parlor, Skull and Bones Ink, and turned it into the most famous studio in California. Then the owner and unrequited love of her life, Atticus “Ice” Eisen, fired her.
One year ago…
Everyone thought Ice had it all—a privileged Beverly Hills background, a hot ink-slinging studio and a kickass reality TV gig. The truth? He’d hated most of it, especially that frigging show. The only reason he’d stuck with it was because of Sunny. Then shadows from his past closed in, and he’d had a choice—let the one thing he actually gave a damn about get destroyed, or sacrifice everything.
The way he saw it, the choice was easy.
Sunny’s stunned when Ice walks into her new life in Chicago. He’s the newest tattooist at House Of Payne, and no amount of dodging him works. Wherever she goes, he’s already there, ready to melt her panties with hot glances, hotter words and the hottest kisses she’s ever known. But none of it makes sense. Why had he fired her? And how can she trust him now?
The shadows are back, but Ice is a different man now. He’ll protect Sunny from the darkness that’s been dogging his steps every day of his debauched and useless life, and this time he has to destroy it. He has to, because when it comes to convincing Sunny he’s a man she can believe in, he’s on very thin ice.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader’s Copy of this book
Soooo every time I see or here this title all that plays in my mind is “Ice, Ice, baby. “ Lol!!!!!
It’s Christmas in Shy town and we are back with the gang at HoP you know our favorite crazy tattoo artists!!! Man, I love these people…..
Any who, like I said we are back but with a few new people. Atticus “Ice” Eisen and Sunny Fairfax.
Sunny is a Chicago native and a PR whiz. After all it was mostly her that brought Ice’s California Tattoo shop Skull and Bones Ink to the most famous shop in Cali. That is until Ice fired her on TV and a show that she started no less.
Since the firing a year ago she came back home, which is good because her dad a beloved ex mayor is in poor health, but bad because she is working at a place that is the exact opposite of the Ink world.
Now, Ice has been in town since the summer and has sold his shop and taken a job at HoP and is ready to get his Sunny Day back. Yes he fired her, yes he did it in a horrible way, but he had his reasons.
Sparks everywhere with these two folks, all over the place. Lol, from the first “Why the Hell are you here” scene to the “I love you” scene these guys kill it. Throw in a slimy. black mailing, tabloid owning father and lots of secrets and BAM you got yourself one heck of a story.
What I love about most about Sunny and Ice is they are not a couple who met a few years ago, they have been in each other’s lives since Sunny was a teen, went to college together, worked together to build something from nothing, and yes loved each other.
Yes, Ice did some really crappy things, but we learn why and he had a great reason and thought he was doing the right thing.
We also learn secrets always get out, its better to get it out there then for it to be twisted to be used against you.
A competitive figure skater from the age of eight, Stacy Gail wrote stories between events to pass the time. By fourteen, she told her parents she was either going to be a skating coach who was also a romance writer, or a romance writer who was also a skating pro. Now with a day job of playing on the ice with her students, and writing everything from PNR and cyberpunk to contemporary romance at night, both dreams have come true.