Tuesday, August 6, 2013

INK: Fine Lines by Bella Roccaforte

INK: Fine Lines

Written by: Bella Roccaforte
Reviewed by: Amanda Peake

I was given this book not for a review but, because this author was kind enough to offer me an escape form my doctor ridden day of Chemo. I didn't once tell her I was going to review it so surprise Bella here's your review. LOL! Admittedly I was told I would either love or hate this book that had me intrigued to say the least. I'm going to use a movie example for this book Donnie Darko. I hated the movie so much I mean OMG hated it. However that speaks volumes for the love I actually had for it. THIS BOOK IS THE SAME WAY FOR ME. I was yelling at the it then laughing I swear it made me CRAZY!! (shh.. I know I am already)

This story is a New Adult Paranormal story. I do not recommend it for teens. That being said this story mixes some of my favorite things murder and romance. There is enough Murder with gory details without being gross and enough love to have the triangle and square too? This is a whole new concept and world we are exploring it's honestly really interesting. The love triangle is interesting instead of OMG choose already. The characters are fun too. Speaking of characters ….

Shay this girl made me want to smack her one minute and hug her the next. She can't make up her mind. She is so real you can literally imagine meeting her in the real world. She has these moments of saying things that are completely self destructive. Then she's loveable and you find yourself laughing when she won't take crap from anyone. Oh Shay how I wish I could meet you.

The guys...

Aiden- This guy cracked me up a lot. I was sitting in the doctors office this morning reading this book and literally laughed out loud. Not something people expect when going through chemo treatments. I loved the well written sarcasm and humor.

Gabe- Ehhhh... Yes my whole thought sorry.


This book ends in a Cliffhanger and you should know by now that I love those. I like being left to speculate about how it's going to turn out. I like the unknown. I give this book a resounding great review because any book I can read quickly and run that gambit of emotions is amazing. 

4-5+ Stars I can't decide!!!

1 comment:

  1. You are so awesome! But I thought you were before the review! I'm going to come down there and just hug you tight!

    Eli is kind of my favorite too, but I do picture Alexander Skarskard when I'm writing Gabriel - maybe that will help.

    You are in luck, book 2 is an Eli heavy book as is Book 0 (INK: Sketches) a backstory novella I'm slowly publishing on Wattpad - it hasn't been edited so it's a hot mess, but it'll give you an idea of where folks are coming from.