Tainted Tears (Tattoos with a Bite Book 2) by Tiffany Flowers (Review by Julie, #NerdGirlJulie)

Title: Tainted Tears

Author: Tiffany Flowers

Published Date: January 23rd 2017

Genre: Paranormal


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What if the monsters you should fear are not the ones that lurk in the dark but the ones that walk in the light?
Sam has a smart mouth and a sassy attitude. She is thrust into a world where not everything is what it seems. Things that go bump in the night make bangs in the day.
Ryan, a tattoo artist, seeks solitude in order to keep his secret safe, that is, until he meets a beautiful blonde and he risks losing the control over his world to save her.
Can they get past the secrets and lies or will they drown in a pool of Tainted Tears?
Pleasure brings pain. Pain brings tears. And oh, how the Tainted Tears fall.

***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Julie, #NerdGirlJulie Review***

Tainted Tears is a paranormal action romance by Tiffany Flowers. I haven’t read the first book, and it is possible that I consequently missed some storyline set up.

The story opens with a fairly typical scene of some college boys hitting a strip club. However, what they don’t count on is that when
one of the employees turns tricks, she really turns them. She turns them into vampires that is. Ryan is one of those young men. One aspect that is different than any other paranormal novel I’ve read previously is that Ryan and his best vampire friend, Eric, have to battle an internal monster that they have little control over. Sam and Kaylee are best friends who each have had hard beginnings. They girls are both a bit rough around the edges. I loved secondary character, Sam’s grandmother

As with many paranormal stories, Tainted Tears is full of insta-love replete with high drama and plenty of conflict. No slow crescendo to the story zenith, from page one to the end the action is like a runaway train screaming down the tracks. The complicated character attributes contribute to the story complexity. With several unexpected turns, the story is wrapped up a bit too rapidly and conveniently, but it is none the less a fun, entertaining read.

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