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been six months since Ashlyn Daniels was kicked out of her home. Six months
since she stood up to her abusive stepfather and got a busted rib—and seeing
all her things set ablaze in a backyard bonfire—for her trouble.Never going
back. She doesn't need trouble...especially if trouble is tattoo artist
Lane Garrett, who's six-feet-plus of tattooed hotness and a complete ass.
has spent the last decade fighting to support his family. To protect them.
There's no room for romance, even with a fragile (yet amusingly feisty)
stunner...even if she somehow manages to invade his world and his heart.
while some secrets are as visible as ink on the skin, others must remain hidden
at all costs...
The dress code!
Seriously, where else can you go to work braless, in yoga pants, with zero
2.Who is your
favorite book boyfriend?
Another easy one.
Severus Snape. Seriously, how could you not swoon over his heartbroken angst
for Lily. Oh, the feels!
3.Do you listen to
music when you write?
No. So weird, I
know. But I’m a huge music lover (especially angsty indie-stuff) and playing
music in the background seriously distracts me. But I can’t have silence
either, because I’m a weirdo. Instead, I go to www.coffitivity.com which plays sounds like you’re in a real café. It’s
the perfect blend of mindless background noise to inspire my creative process.
question on the planet. I love too many books to list. However, the book that
made me want to become a writer was my favorite childhood book—The Last Unicorn
by Peter S. Beagle. I had the amazing honor of meeting him two years ago. In my
head I’d planned on telling him what an inspiration he was, and how much he
influenced me. What happened was I got up to his table, bawled like a baby, and
didn’t get a single world out. That’s called winning, my friends.
I’d rather not.
It’s an embarrassing disaster and I want you all to like me and think I’m
awesome. So pretend I write with a fountain pen at an antique desk in front of
a fireplace. And while you’re at it, picture me in a cardigan with those little
suede patches on the elbows. And I have an English accent.
About the Author
Cole Gibsen first realized she different when, in high school, she
was still reading comic books while the other girls were reading fashion
It was her love of superheroes that first inspired her to pick up
a pen. Her favorite things to write about are ordinary girls who find
themselves in extraordinary situations.