Stella Ramsey always says bad boys can’t break your heart. They don’t call, don’t cuddle and don’t send flowers—but what do you expect? For Stella, no strings means no regrets.
When the biggest story of her fledgling career as a music journalist nearly ruins her relationship with her best friend, Stella has one chance to redeem herself. Tyler Walsh could be that chance.
Stella promises the bassist for the rock band Tattoo Thief anything in exchange for behind-the-scenes access. But Tyler doesn’t want anything. He wants everything—and that’s more than Stella is prepared to give.
When Tyler’s explosive secret thrusts Stella into the media spotlight, she must choose between the selling the story and telling the truth—and exposing the truth about herself as well.
Tyler & Stella (Tattoo Thief #2) is a sizzling story of lust, lies, and sacrifice, revealing how much love can forgive.
Heidi Joy lives in Happy Valley off Sunnyside Road. She swears she did not make that up.
Heidi’s obsessed with storytelling. Her career includes marketing, journalism, and a delicious few years as a food columnist. Media passes took her backstage with several rock bands, where she learned that sometimes a wardrobe malfunction is exactly what the rock star intends.
You’ll most often find Heidi Joy with her husband and two small kids cooking, fishing, exploring the Northwest, and building epic forts in their living room.
She loves to hear from readers via messages at facebook.com/author.heidi.
Source: eARC for Honest Review from Author
Genre: NA/Adult Contemporary
"We never get what we deserve. Only what we earn. And some grace, and some luck."
In Tattoo Thief I hated Stella and I thought for sure that I was not going to like her at all but by miracle I ended up liking her in the end. However, Tyler I adored from the very beginning.
Stella has a lot to make up for from her terrible choice of backstabbing her best friend.
Tyler wants to protect is band and friends so he throws Stella a bone. Tyler is a sweet, shy and a bit naive. Unfortunately this cruel world of rock and roll and life as a celebrity has left him with a bad taste in his mouth.
Even though Tyler can't really trust Stella there is something about her that makes Tyler want to help and protect her.
Stella knows what she did was wrong and wants to make it right. As her life starts to have good and bad times she is loyal to her best friend and tattoo thief which ends up kicking her ass in the long run.
Tyler is so sweet and loving but has his own dangerous secrets. For Stella she has to make another choice between right and wrong. After her choice she gets all up in her own head and misses something very vital. Thankfully she gets her head out of her ass in time to make things right.
Stella has always preferred the bad boys because she believes her heart is safe but with Tyler she quickly realizes that he may look like a bad boy but he's a good boy at the core and steals her heart. To feel worthy and deserving Stella has to face her own demons to move forward with her friends, career and love life.
I think Tyler and Stella are great together and I'm really starting to adore this series and I can't wait for more from this Tattoo Thief series with Jayce and Violet. This book is not super heavy and part of the rock star world which I love. This series has loads of potential.
4 Tattoo Thief Thumbs up!