Why oh why did Luke make the cut well....
- He loves Emma for who she is, curves and all and he loves deeply
- When he wants something aka Emma he will stop at nothing to make it happen
- He is so loyal and loving to his friends and family and he is sexy as hell to boot.
Some of the examples of why I love Luke:
"I am looking, Emma! Don't you ever look in a mirror? You're beautiful, sugar. You're curvy, you've got this long, thick, dark hair that makes me want to bury my hands in it, and gorgeous jade green eyes...you are beautiful," he whispered. I closed my eyes, a lump forming in my throat, and tears threatened behind my lids. "You're mine, Emma. And I'm not letting you go."
"I really am sorry. I just love you so damn much...it makes me a little crazy."All quotes from Kindle Version of Skin Deep #1 by J. M. Stone
Skin Deep (Skin Deep #1)
by J.M. Stone (Goodreads Author)Oh, who was she kidding? Emma knew that going to the tattoo shop with her best friend, Allie, would result in getting badgered until she ended up with some sort of needle piercing her flesh in one way or another. What she didn’t plan on was ending up face-first on the floor of the shop with a busted lip. Or doing it in front of the hottest guy she’d seen since…well, ever.
Mortified, Emma never thought she’d ever step foot back in Skin Deep again. But fate, with a little help from Emma’s flighty best friend and a chance encounter with a fudge bar, steps in. Now Emma’s torn between taking a chance on getting her heart broken by the enigmatic, gorgeous Lucas, and playing it safe with good ol’ trusty B.O.B.
Lucas lets Emma know that he gets what he wants, and what he wants is her. When Emma gives in and quits pushing him away, she’s surprised at how quickly the walls around her heart crumble. She’s even more surprised that her unconventional, zany family just endears her even more to him.
But no one knows there’s someone that wants her more, and they’ll stop at nothing to get her.
*Recommended for readers 18+ due to HOT sexual encounters, adult situations, and language.
Synopsis from Goodreads