ďthe smart guyĒ all his life had ironically become a bad
stigma to Sebastian Keller. He may be book-smart and
business-smart, but when it came to his love life, he made
dumb choices and stupidly fell for the wrong guys.
heís learned his lesson and heís smart enough to realize
that jocks and bad boys could never have an interest in him
and falling for them would only lead to humiliation and
heartbreak. Bad boys are taboo, especially the tattooed
ones and that includes the sexy tattoo artist Dylan
Radamacher who just opened his tattoo parlor next to
Sebastianís travel bookstore.
Under My Skin is fantastic! Itís over a hundred
pages, but it read like ten. I was amazed at how quickly I
breezed through this book and was so disappointed when I
reached the last page, not because of how it ended, but
because it was the end. Sebastian is so sweet; he makes you
want to kick the butt of all his prior boyfriends who made
him feel worthless and used. And Dylan is just as sweet.
Sebastian and Dylan have in common the fact that people
judge them based on what they see and not who they truly
are. In Sebastianís case, heís viewed as being easy to take
advantage of and sadly, past boyfriends have taken advantage
of his kindness. It took a lot of courage for him to lower
his walls and allow Dylan into his life, even if it was only
for physical gratification to start with, but past scars
caused him to judge Dylan and almost lose what may be the
best thing to happen to him. As I stated earlier, I was
very disappointed when this book ended, but knowing M. L.
Rhodes and her penchant for sequels, Iím hoping Sebastian
and Dylan are two guys she would like to visit with again.
Under My Skin is a great book and Iím certain
readers will enjoy it as much as I did.