Review: Under Your Skin by Shannyn Schroeder

Blood Is Thicker Than Ink. . . 
Norah O'Malley has been alone for a long time. It's been ten years since her father and four brothers shipped her off to be raised by her aunt. Seven months since she's seen the guy who got her pregnant--who still doesn't know. And it's two weeks since she came home to Chicago and discovered none of her family wants to talk--or listen.

She never expected to walk into a tattoo shop seven months pregnant and get her socks knocked off by instant attraction. She can't even see her socks. But Kai Ellis is big and gruff and sexy as hell, and if he has a past, well, so does she. Even more, Kai knows how to listen so that Norah feels just a little less alone . . .

All the chemistry in the world can't help Norah make her decisions. And no sizzle of desire will make Kai believe in happy endings. But a little time with someone who understands might just change everything . . . 



UNDER YOUR SKIN was a very interesting read. I’m not sure how to describe the book or even how to classify it. I just know that I really enjoyed it. I liked Norah and Kai as well as the secondary characters. I thought the story flowed well and couldn’t put it down. I would definitely read this book again and continue on reading the series. There’s a lot of emotion and tough themes dealt with in the story and while some might not have made sense, they worked well with the plot.

I know I’m sounding very vague; I just can’t put into words how I feel other than I liked the story. It may not be for everyone, but I worked for me.

I was gifted an eBook copy from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.



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