Ava Hightower needs his face on her flyers, if she is to have any hope of her charity gala and bachelor auction being a success. Unfortunately, they get along like oil and water. He’s a hardheaded, controlling jerk, and she’s already had one run-in with the man. Asking him, of all people, for help is the last thing she wants to do.
Not exactly a match made in heaven.
Jameson doesn’t think too highly of Miss Hightower, either.
To him, she’s just an uptight, stuck-up know-it-all; a little Miss Goody-two-shoes. Not in a million years was she the type that he’d have anything to do with. Unfortunately she is also on the city council, and therefore has the ability to screw with his business.
He needed her help once before, and she shot him down.
Now the tables are turned, and she needs his help. Well, my, my, sweetheart, karma can be a cold-hearted bitch.
But, hey, maybe he could work this to his advantage.
You scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours, and all that crap.
So they cut a deal. One he has no intention of ever having to fulfill, because he plans to make it impossible for her to keep her end of it.
She thought she could outlast him. Guess again, sweet thing. She may be a stubborn woman, but she’s met her match. And he has no intention of letting her win this game.
Be warned, sweetheart, because the King of Ink has plans to push your limits in ways you’ve never imagined.
Jameson is the first book in the Brothers Ink series featuring four brothers, Jameson, Max, Liam and Rory. Obviously this book is about Jameson, he is the oldest brother and a very famous tattoo artist, he is broody, at times a total asshole but what he is the most is protective of his brothers. When his nemesis uses his picture stating he is the lead bachelor up for auction, well to say he is pissed is an understatement. When they come up with an agreement, one he has no plans on actually honoring, he thinks he has one, but has he really?
Ava is so not a fan of Jameson either; he’s a biker and a tattoo artist, that means he has to be bad news right? I was so glad when Ava is proved wrong because I hate judgmental people, and I especially hate those judgmental towards bikers or people who have tattoos, so at first I couldn’t stand her, but slowly her sassy attitude and determination won me over. She finds a new side of herself thanks to Jameson and his brothers, a side that I loved.
Of course there is some drama and other things that occur but I won’t say what because I don’t want it to ruin you all, but I do wish that it was given more of a solid conclusion, read about it and you will see what I mean. Jameson is a good book, and a good start to this series but it was just missing that something that would have made it great. Needless to say though I will be continuing on with the series because I really want to see what will happen to the rest of the brothers.
Nicole James grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. As a child, she wrote her first book, Charlie the Firefly, at the age of eight. Her mother knew long before she did that she would someday become an author. Growing up, she spent many happy weekends and summers in Michigan at a cabin on a lake. Winters, she loved to ski. As an adult, Nicole has traveled all over the West and South. She has lived in Illinois, Arizona, Georgia and Alabama. She has a love of motorcycles, writing, reading and the beach. Her favorite city is New Orleans. She loves music of all kinds, but especially the blues. She has two wonderful sisters, two fabulous kids, one awesome son-in-law, and an adorable granddaughter.