“Don’t push me, Princess. I’m clear out of give a fucks and my dick’s so hard it could hammer nails. Move that sweet ass before I bend it over and fuck it into oblivion” I growled in her ear driving the point home with a quick swat to her ass.
Making sure her feet were on the ground I let go and stalked for the house adjusting my now very tight in the crotch jeans. I also didn’t miss the soft moan from Teeny before she cleared her throat and mumbled something about assholes and penis trucks then stomped up the sidewalk.
Review: 5 stars
Conflicted Love picks up right where Tattered Love leaves the reader. Mace and Scarlett have their HEA so it’s time to look in to the lives of Trip and Teeny. Last we had heard from the rag tag group of tattooed beautiful people, Teeny was knocked up with Trip’s one night stand love child. It’s very dramatic. And very awesome. Seriously, I wasn’t entirely sure that I was going to love Tattered Love, but I pushed through and it ended up being one of the books that I have had the most fun reading in a long long while. Conflicted Love is no different. I loved Teeny and Trip in the first book, so much more than I loved Mace and Scar. I was left wanting them to be flushed out more, and was excited to find out that this book would be all about them. And I wasn’t dissapointed. From the first page, to the last page, Trip and Teeny’s story was full of ups and downs, misunderstandings and snark. Lots and lots of snark. I may have a bit of a lady crush on Teeny. Only a little one though. Oh and Trip too. He kind of won my heart with his own personal rendition of ‘I’m a little teacup’.
There were times in this book I was laughing so hard my mom had to come find out what was so funny. It was hard to explain without her having read the book, and I didn’t want to spoil anything for when I buy it for her. Because, yes even though I got a review copy of this book for review I kind of want a paperback. It’s really a shame that Lola Stark is an Aussie, because otherwise I would hound the shit out of her to let me send the books to her to get signed. But I’m not waiting for a book to come to me, then Oz, then back to me again. Nope, because I want it now.
Anyway, I loved the story, the characters and I was really, really hoping for an HEA, which I may or may not have gotten. The last scene of the book had me dying of laughter too. I can’t wait for the new couple.
If I had anything bad to say about the books it was that I was confused where the book took place at. For some reason I thought it was set in Australia, then America, but now I’m thinking Australia again. And I know Lola said where the tattoo shop was in the first book? Right? Anyway. Overall Conflicted Love is a solid FIVE STAR read. It’s an amazingly funny and touching story that I think a lot of people would love to lose themselves in for an afternoon.