Monday, December 12, 2016

Indelible: Beneath His Ink by Inger Iversen Blitz and #Giveaway

Indelible: Beneath His Ink
Inger Iversen
(Teal and Trent #2)
Publication date: December 12th 2016
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Former Marine, Trent Reed, is in desperate need of a Hail Mary.
With each failed attempt to convince his woman to pack up and move to Kentucky, his past finds some new way to rear its ugly head. But when his pregnant ex plows into his life, all hell breaks loose—unearthing parts of his past he wished would stay buried.
Two weeks of vacation with her man? Hell yeah, that is exactly what Teal Lofton’s libido needs. And after surviving seven months apart, their reunion doesn’t disappoint. What she didn’t account for was an unfortunate encounter with people from Trent’s past. A racist, a druggie, and a double-barreled shotgun, culminate into a vacation that will alter the course of her life forever.
Trent sat in his truck, just down the street from his home, holding the tiny box in his hand. Deftly he flipped it over and over again with his fingers, watching the burgundy velvet spin. When was the right time to ask a woman to marry you? His fear was that his past would constantly find its way back into his present. Could he drag Teal into muck and mire of his past?
After buying the ring and allowing Katie to fawn over it, he’d spoken to Logan. Though his friend had tried to assuage his concerns, he’d only added to them. Logan’s past was still a major topic of concern with Katie, so much so, they were seeking counseling. Trent couldn’t imagine fucking up Teal’s life so bad she’d need to talk to some doctor about his failures.
Logan had promised they’d both agreed it was necessary, but Trent could hear the disquiet in his best friend’s voice. He feared losing her and his children. And while Logan and Trent faced different demons, both fought a battle in which losing would cost them more than they could afford.
For the first time since he and Teal discussed moving in together, Trent wondered if moving to Vermont might just be the better option. He wondered if he could sacrifice the freedom of living without a mortgage and being his own boss. How selfish was it of him to demand Teal sacrifice her job and security, when he hadn’t considered doing the same?

Author Bio:
Inger Iversen was born in 1982 to Anne and Kaii Iversen. She lives in Virginia Beach with her overweight lap cat, Max and her tree hugging boyfriend Joshua. She spends 90 percent of her time in Barnes and Noble and the other ten pretending not to want to be in Barnes and Noble.


Fire Tablet, 7" Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB (BLACK)
(1) e-copy of Operation One Nightstand (Christine Hughes)
(1) e-copy Three Days of Rain (Christine Hughes)



  1. Brotherhood in Death by J.D. Robb was right at the top of great reads this year. Looking forward to the next In Death book, the next Kate Daniels book by Ilona Andrews, Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs and the next the others book by Anne Bishop.

  2. My favorite book of 2016 was Blood on the Tracks by Barbara Nickless. In the coming year, I am most looking forward to The Final Day: A Novel
    by William R. Forstchen.

  3. One of my favs from 2016 that I read was Wild by Cheryl Strayed I don't know any that are coming next year except some from Jennie Moen for her Black Widow Series

  4. BURIAL RITES by Hannah Kent was amazing. Holding my breath for THE WINDS OF WINTER by George RR Martin.

  5. Thank you for the excerpt & giveaway.

  6. I enjoyed Monica Murphy's Never Tear Us Apart & Never Let You Go / I'm looking forward to Patricia Cornwell's Chaos.