"Clay's life as an undercover cop is over now he must get rid of the scars"
Reviewed by Shellie Surles
Posted August 7, 2017
Clay Navaro just finished working an undercover case that
lead to the arrest of leaders of the Sultans biker gang.
Right before the arrest, the enforcer of the Sultans took a
tattoo gun to Clay's face. Now he wants the tattoos gone and
only one person will do it off the books.
Dr. Georgette Hadley understands the desire to rid yourself
of unwanted tattoo. She has made it her life's work to help
those in need. When Clay shows up at her clinic after hours,
his appearance scares her. Putting aside her better
judgement, she decides to help him.
The way she feels around Clay makes her uncomfortable and
she has a very hard time controlling herself. Clay knows
that if surviving members of the Sultans find him, anyone
around him is in danger. The problem is Clay too has a hard
time controlling himself around Georgette. As their
relationship grows, the danger gets closer.
Adriana Anders writes great stories. Who would have thought
reading about people getting tattoos removed could be so
page turning. Her character development and story building
is all so well done you can't put BY HER TOUCH down. There
are no real plot twist, you can see where the story is
going, but you enjoy it so much you keep reading. It is just
something about how Adriana Anders writes that makes you
enjoy the story and want more.
He Will Always Bear the Scars
Undercover cop Clay Navarro left the Sultans biker gang a
changed man. Its ringleaders may be awaiting trial, but he
wears the memory of every brutal act he was forced to commit
tattooed across his skin. He doesn't have space in his
messed-up life for anything gentle—not now, maybe not ever.
Dr. Georgette Hadley is drawn to the damaged stranger's
pain, intimidated but intrigued by the warmth that lies
beneath Clay's frightening exterior. But when the Sultans
return looking for revenge, she finds herself drawn into the
dirty underbelly of a life forged in violence...that not
even her touch may be able to heal.
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1 comment posted.
Re: Clay's life as an undercover cop is over now he must get rid of the scars
What a great review. I must read this! Thanks.
(Kathleen Bylsma 6:13pm August 8)
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