Erryn reviews ‘Bad Boy Ink (Get Ink’d Book 5)’ by Ali Lyda. The ebook was published December 26, 2020 and is 218 pages. The audiobook was narrated by Connor Brown. It was released February 2, 2021 and is 6 hrs and 13 mins long. A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.
Why I read this book: I am loving this series.
He’s all sharp edges and ready to cut. Aiden has walls up a mile high and won’t let anyone in. It’s frustrating. And challenging. When we’re paired up to solve a case for our criminal investigation class, it’s the perfect time to get closer. The project turns hot when one kiss leads to another. And then to more. I’m ready for something special, something permanent.
Not Aiden. He’s new to relationships and the complications they bring. When our ambitions clash, it’s my emotions that are in a jumble. We both want into the FBI. Can I handle it if only one of us makes it?
I can’t believe I’m stuck working with him. Bryce is too hot for his own good. And why does he smile so much? When we’re paired up on a university project, I want to scream. There’s no way to change it. Well, no legal way. And my hacking days are behind me. Mostly.
The sparks fly hot and fast as we work together, but Bryce isn’t the guy for me. I don’t even like him. At all. But after one smokin’ kiss I can’t stop thinking about him. Damn it. Falling for a tattoo artist isn’t in my plan. Good thing I’ve always been terrible at following the rules.
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This series has gotten better and better for me, and although I didn’t love this book as much as I did the past two, I did enjoy it.
Aiden is going to school and plans on becoming an FBI agent. He also realizes he can’t keep hooking up with Sugar Daddies. Maybe it’s time to delete the app.
Bryce also wants the job for the FBI. When he and Aiden are paired up for a school project, he’s willing to put aside the animosity.
My only question is – if this assignment was so important, why did they fiddle around, play video games, and do other things. With everything supposedly riding on this, why not spend all their time on it? I guess it would have made it a much shorter book.
The men do manage to work together, and all that time spent around each other leads to other things. Fun things. Things that at first don’t appear too serious but eventually feelings become involved and the next thing you know, it’s not all about the ‘A’.
Connor Brown is the narrator for all but the first book in the series and I like him. Another good job and to my surprise, there’s going to be another book. I’ll be picking up that one as well.
8/10 Pots of Gold (80% Recommended) – Compares to 4/5 Stars