INK (The Art of Miscommunication)| Book Review


By: Elizabeth Hunter

Standalone | 286 Pages | Pub. 2018

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INK at a Glance

  • Overall Rating: ★★★★☆
  • Dude: I’m picturing this one with my mental camera 😉
  • Heroine: Queen of literary t-shirts
  • Steaminess: Truck-gasms are a thing
  • Nerdiness: Poe quotes in the bedroom

Pairs Well With:


  • 1 ¼ oz Dry Gin
  • ½ oz Peach Liqueur
  • ½ oz Blue Curacao
  • 2 oz Cranberry juice

Okay, let’s be real. This book is right up our alley. Bookstore AND tattoo shop? Plus, a big tattooed gentleman? Consider us hooked because Hunter just dangled this bait out in front of us and we bit.

“What goes with books? ‘Wine.’”

Yeah, that quote just about sums us up perfectly, doesn’t it? But really, while this slow build romance isn’t the most romantic of books, nor does it feature the steamiest scenes, it was a solid and enjoyable read.

Beware, Spoilers are coming…

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