Series | Goode Girls #1
Release Date | February 28, 2020
Genres | Contemporary, Small Town Romance
Format | ARC
Add to TBR | ADD TO GOODREADS
Buy | Amazon
The size of a Kodiak bear and covered in tattoos. A heart of gold, a rough and tumble past. Confident, powerful, gentle. Wise. Artistic. Deep wild brown eyes that see far deeper into me than they should.
Nothing in my life could ever have prepared me for the reality that is Ink Isaac. He’s just so much more than anyone I’ve ever met, and my instant, inexplicable, and undeniable attraction to him leaves me reeling.
But with my life recently turned upside down, the more time I spend around him, the more I realize I’m not even sure what my future looks like anymore—alI know for sure is, my heart and my body want him in it, even if my mind is saying something else.
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She's a tiny little thing, all hard edges and sharp wit. All woman, with slender curves and hypnotic eyes. She’s all fire and bravado, and she’s melting my big, bear-sized heart, little by little. I’m utterly hooked. Willing to risk it all for her.
Everything she is seems to demand that I give her everything I am. I'm just not sure if I know how to do that, if she really knows what she’s asking for when she looks up at me with those beautiful, blazing hazel eyes.
She sets me on fire, but are either of us ready for what that fire will do to both of us?
Can I just say that I’m excited that Jasinda decided to give us a spin-off series (of sorts!) of the Badds with the Goode girls?! AND in For a Goode Time Call…, we get to know Ink a bit better. I can’t say that I loved this as much as the other Badds books, but I absolutely loved the connection that Ink and Cassie had with one another. It’s a bit on the erotic/sensual side and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Ink is what I’d describe as the gentle giant. There was a lot of build up to his deep secret that was his biggest vulnerability. It definitely what I was expecting, but it was an intrigue that drew me into his story. He’s just a different type of character and someone that is extremely down to earth.
Cassie Goode starts off this series and she’s a bit of a hot-head. I loved how Ink handled her and just how patient and gentle he was with her. Cassie was definitely one to fly off the handle, but I appreciated that she took her time to stew and figure everything out rationally.
I’m excited for this new series and can’t wait to meet the rest of the Goode sisters. This was such a great introduction to this series that gives us the littlest of hints to what’s to come.
major thank you to the author for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.