Thursday, December 31, 2015

Book Review: Invisible Ink by Elisabeth Joye

Invisible Ink

Lex has never felt more exposed. She has just allowed Jake Reed, the lead singer of rock band Inkjet, to undress her and tie her to a chair backstage after a show, only to have him leave to go sign autographs.

It is the start of a dark, obsessive relationship that will lead Lex, a 20-something public relations professional from L.A., to lose herself almost entirely as she struggles to break through her sexual boundaries without falling in love with Jake, an intimidatingly gorgeous Hollywood actor/rock star who closely guards his emotions.

What starts as a series of casual hookups ends up a powerful addiction that will push Lex past all her sexual boundaries as Jake moves repeatedly in and out of her life, making few promises along the way. Lex fights to keep a sense of herself while she succumbs to Jake’s glamorous world and his irresistible allure.

Invisible Ink is a short dark story centered on an uncontrollable, undeniable obsession. I got lost in Lexi and Jake. Their obsession and need pulled me in.
Jake is a Hollywood actor/rock star playboy who is incapable of opening up his heart. However, he finds himself drawn to Lexi from when they first met. They share a connection but Jake makes no promises. Overtime Lexi is consumed and lose herself in Jake. He takes over her life. When Lexi reveals a secret she’s been hiding Jake falls back into his old ways. Lexi must find the strength to rebuild.
Wow, this book will draw you in and rattle your perceptions. Lexi has an instant attraction to Jake.  Jake feeds Lexi’s obsession with his overpowering need. He’s drawn to her like a magnet. The story takes a dark turn with their connection becomes over powering. The story is sexy, dark and consuming. 4 1/2 Stars.

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