Published January 8th 2013
*E-copy provided by the Tour Host for review¨*
Alexis Catori is ready to let go of her past and move forward with her future. She wants a permanent reminder of this step in the form of a tattoo. Unfortunately, the best artist she knows is also the guy she’d rather sucker punch than be friends with, Bo Nantan.
Bo Nantan loves tattooing. It gives him everything he’s dreamed of having: freedom, friends, and the chance to draw. That should be enough to make him happy, but one woman’s been invading his thoughts since an unplanned kiss after a bet he shouldn't have made. Too bad Alexis Catori is his own personal definition of frenemy.
With Bo's prompt refusal to do her tattoo, a storm of emotion erupts between them. It doesn't take long to admit the attraction they both feel. But when her past returns, Alexis doubts her ability to move on as planned.
Let's start with the cover... super sexy right? And now look at the blurb... yup sounds good, uh?
Making His Mark is a fast read with very few slow moments. While I enjoyed the fast pace of the book sometimes it felt a bit rushed. I'd have like a bit more of tension between Alexis and Bo.
The writing is great, the banter between Alexis and the boys, Travis and Matt, was really fun to read. The pointless arguments between her and Bo was something I liked about the book. I say pointless because, the two of them just love to argue, and it was entertaining.
Now, the only thing about the writing I didn't like was the transition between one POV and the other, but then this is probably more formatting and anything else... it just jumps from one to the other without warning.
The plot doesn't have many twists, what you get from the blurb is basically it as the book focus on Alexis trying to get a tattoo and Bo refusing her but overall is a great light read, especially for a weekend ;)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jennah Scott resides Kansas City, Missouri. Until she started
writing she didn't know what she wanted to be. Which is why she has
degrees in education, business, and medical assisting. All that
uncertainty has provided her with plenty of ideas for new books. When
she isn't writing she's causing trouble on Twitter, hanging out with
family, or she's lost in a book. There's one thing about Jennah, there
will never be a dull moment when she's around.