January 22, 2020

#BookReview: Ink & Arrows by Shruthi Viswanathan






Synopsis: An artist who inks magical tattoos....
Rea is a Suveri, part of a tribe that can create tattoos with devastating powers. Bitter after the death of her father at the hands of a cruel general, she tries to get revenge...only to fail at her mission and be saved by a mysterious stranger who demands to know the secrets of the Suveri's tattoos.
A prince searching for power..
Sebastyen is the heir to the throne and a warrior who has shed more blood than any other on the battlefield. But the woman he meets offers a glimpse of peace. Intrigued by her rebellious nature, he agrees to fulfill three of her wishes in return for learning how to tattoo with magic.
Note: Due to mature content the book is intended for older readers. 18+
 


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Rating: ★★★★
My Review:  
A fantastic tale about two enemies that came to love each other. I was super excited to read this one based on the description about Rea and her tattoos full of magic. Sadly there was more about Rea and Sebastian’s forbidden romance than Rea’s tattoos. We spend most of the book seeing the struggles of the main characters coming to terms with the fact that they love each other instead of hating each other. I would have loved to see more about the Suveri people and the tattoos but overall it was a good story. I read the whole book in one sitting as I couldn’t put it down. The sarcasm between Rea and Sebastian was entertaining. The ending was disappointing to me which is why I gave it 4 stars. I would have liked to see an alternate ending, I think it would have made for a bigger impact on the overall story.



Go Into This One Knowing: Enemy to Lovers, HEA











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