Rating: 5 out of 5.

Hawk is everything a reader wants in a romance. If you’re looking for an escape, this is it. I love the second chances, the slow burn, the way a big tattooed man can melt for a little girl, and the mother he is falling for.

Let’s talk about the secondary characters. Kat did not ignore them, and I am very excited about this series. Especially Will. My stomach did a little flip when her love interest met the page. And don’t get me started on the hilarity of Hanson and Avery.

The Bird’s Eye world is one I want to live in. I want to be in that neighborhood, walking by the shop, seeing this cast of characters in the wild.

In a world that is madness and stress, I urge you to leave it all behind and open this book. You won’t be disappointed.

❝ Hawk Tanner is not a man of many words—especially if you’re a silly girl getting a silly tattoo in his shop. The owner of Bird’s Eye Tattoo Studio doesn’t want you to tip him with your phone number or flirty glances. He’s tired of all the wrong women wanting him for all the wrong reasons.

Drew Ashby has no time—for anything. As a recently-divorced single mother, her focus is on finding a job, caring for her daughter, and rebuilding some semblance of a life after hers was wrecked.

When Drew lands a job at Bird’s Eye, sparks don’t immediately fly. She can’t deny the fact that her boss is a delicious specimen of a man. His tattoo-covered skin might even drive her wild, but his brooding presence and set jaw make him hard to read.

That is, until he drops the bad boy persona and starts making moves on her—kind and caring gestures she doesn’t expect.

Things turn hot, and just when Drew thinks everything is finally going right, life does what it does best: It throws her a curveball from her past.

Bird’s Eye might not be the family Drew envisioned for herself, but ideals can change in a heartbeat. There’s no doubt Hawk is the man she wants, but can he step up and be the man she needs? ❞

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