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Opposites ignite in a sin city hotel. Indian rebel Mohan struggles to mix his Hindu heritage and strong sense of self while trying to keep his tattoo parlor in the upscale Las Vegas hotel. PR exec, and all American guy, Aaron is on Mohan's side but sex gets in the way of business. Mohan is more interested in using Aaron's body and than his brains--believing he's found theOpposites ignite in a sin city hotel. Indian rebel Mohan struggles to mix his Hindu heritage and strong sense of self while trying to keep his tattoo parlor in the upscale Las Vegas hotel. PR exec, and all American guy, Aaron is on Mohan's side but sex gets in the way of business. Mohan is more interested in using Aaron's body and than his brains--believing he's found the man he wants to keep. Aaron's half in and half out of the closet style works for his career but Mohan wants Aaron all out and all his to keep and ink. When good luck shines on Mohan's tattoo business, he believes it's Aaron's manipulation. Aaron must step up and out himself to keep the sexy Hindu man he loves. Kinky ink and tantric sex are just the beginning of their nirvana.Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual situations. Related Title: Sorority Girl Pledge Time...

Title : Inking Aaron
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ISBN : 9781596326613
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Number of Pages : 81 Pages
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Inking Aaron Reviews

  • Daisiemae
    2019-03-21 07:39

    Inking Aaron is a story about two people learning to trust and care for one another. I honestly would have liked for the story to be longer and have more character interaction, but I thought the story was well told and I really liked it.Mohan is the owner of India Ink Tattoo Parlor. It is located in a fairly new hotel on the Las Vegas strip. Although his shop is bringing in money, to the executives of the hotel think it is not enough. They want his shop to be bringing in more money and they want it to be the hottest tattoo parlor on the strip. The problem is that tattoo parlors have become a dime a dozen, and even though Mohan's shop is a success, it has been a hard earned one because of the stiff competition. Not only is his shop in danger of being shut down, he is fighting the attraction he feels for a particular executive working on his case. He and Aaron have been flirting back and forth, but Mohan believes not only is Aaron white bread personified, he has a feeling that Aaron is firmly in the closet...something that heavily tattooed, Mohan refuses to ever be in again. As Aaron and Mohan work together, Mohan sees there is more to Aaron that meets the eye. Not only is the man utterly irresistable and totally wrong for him, (he thinks) he is captivated by Aaron's intelligence, charm and humor. Despite his misgivings about Aaron's hiding his sexuality, he becomes more involved with Aaron but still has the feeling anything that might happen between them would be hidden from the public, and that is not acceptable to him.Aaron has been attracted to Mohan since the moment he met him. Totally opposite from himself, Aaron is willing to open himself up to new things and new viewpoints to get closer to Mohan and find a common ground. He knows Mohan has been hurt before, and is willing to try to be patient so their budding relationship will grow and nurture. Not one to flaunt his sexuality, at first he wants to keep their relationship on the down low until they become more comfortable together. When he begins to understand that Mohan refuses to be his secret, he must decide if he is ready to take that step and make their relationship known to all...even if he could lose everything.I thought Aaron's persistance to win Mohan's attention and love was an enjoyable quality that I admired about him. He is a very likable character that was well matched for the more leary and distrusting Mohan. There are some very sensual moments in this book as well as some interesting customs that Mohan has that was interesting to read about. I enjoyed watching both characters overall growth and development to love and trust one another was very enjoyable to read about. I just wish it would have been a little longer.If you are offended by M/M sexual practices, erotic tattooing and hennaing, the karma sutra and dirty words this book is not for you.

  • Sidda Lee
    2019-03-02 12:27

    liked the opposites attract storyline. both characters were likable and easy to root for.

  • Debbie
    2019-02-21 08:53

    As a Las Vegas tattoo artist, Mohan did excellent work. He was a talented man, but when his income started to lessen, the executives of the hotel wanted to get him step up his business. Putting flare in advertising was not Mohan’s strong suit, Aaron (one of the execs.) had a few ideas to help. Getting personally involved in the tattoo artist was not the plan, but if Mohan was leaving, there may not be any other time. Taking the chance that his feelings would be reciprocated, Aaron took the step and found that it was more of a leap - of faith. In himself and in Mohan.Fast and right to it, this is a short story that could have been longer. The characters were little more than half formed, but it was enough for some connection. The bad boy and Mr. Perfect was a familiar scene, but the addition of little sis and her girlfriend was a great way to emphasize just how much Aaron needed to accept about others as well as himself. I would read Cheryl Dragon again.

  • Jean
    2019-03-02 11:29

    2.5 stars This story was very superficial. The sex was ok, and I think the characters had potential - but the story wasn't established enough for me to believe in the emotional commitment expressed by the characters. Eh.

  • Elisa Rolle
    2019-03-06 05:41

    A bit of Cinderfella meets Prince Charming and Bad Boy meets Angel Boy.Mohan (I like this name, it's very sexy...) is a 35 years old tattoo parlor owner and artist. Of Indian (from India) origins, he left home and family as a young boy when he refused to marry a good Indian girl. Since then he had some bad relationships mostly with men who didn't want to be seen with him, a clearly etnic guy who doesn't hide to be gay.Aaron is an executive manager, a VP in the hotel where Mohan opened his tattoo parlor. 28 years old, Aaron really has never had problems in his life: he is the perfect son of a perfect family; probably if he found the reason to coming out with his family, he would do that, but in this moment he doesn't see why he has to risk his good image for nothing. But when nothing becomes Mohan, and he instead risks to lose the man, Aaron is willing to do everything to prove his interest.Unfortunately the book is not very long, less than 80 pages, but I like it. It's romantic and sweet, but it has also a naughty little side: both Mohan than Aaron aren't shy in prove their sexual interest in many way, and both of them have a dominant side that makes the lovemaking really hot. There aren't really dramatic scenes or twist in the story, and all the conflicts are resolved in a pretty smooth and simple way: maybe I'd like to read a little more on Aaron and Mohan common life, how they manage to find a common path together; it would be interesting to see also their interaction as couple with the outside world.All in all a fast and enjoyable reading, that I think it proves Cheryl Dragon's skilled hand in writing erotic romance (not only M/M).P.S. Very hot cover from Christine M. Griifth

  • Pam
    2019-02-23 06:45

    Inking Aaron is a well-written and satisfying gay romance read filled with intriguing snippets of cultural diversity between the rebellious Hindu Mohan and the brown haired, blue-eyed Aaron. These two are so dissimilar that at first you think there’s no way a relationship between then can word, yet they are in fact perfect for each other. The characters of both men are well-developed, the plot has a smooth flow, with a fast pace from beginning to end and there's plenty of sex. Ms. Dragon has placed several great secondary characters in vital positions within the story which only adds great depth and interest to the over plotline. Watching Mohan and Aaron work through their differences made for an enjoyable and entertaining afternoon read. I only wish that the story has been longer.

  • Amber
    2019-03-22 06:52

    Nothing really caught me with this story. I liked it but didn't knock my socks off. The Indian aspect was mildly interesting along with the tattooing but the story was pretty ordinary. Mohan and Aaron do have a good chemistry and I did like the tantric sex scenes.

  • Sarah
    2019-03-17 10:41

    I absolutely love this book. It's has two guys dancing round each other but not making any moves. It's a great story with first attraction and secret love. I really like the insight to Indian culture with wedding patterns in henna, clothes etc. Great HEA.

  • Teresa
    2019-03-14 13:49

    2.5 Stars - Mohan was kind of a jerk for most of it, I really didn't see what Aaron found in him. Also the "I love you"s came out of nowhere - they barely even had a relationship little lone feelings of that magnitude. I did like the ending, just the getting there was odd.

  • Serena
    2019-03-23 09:32

    While this book did have a few redeeming qualities, due to a lack of editorial contribution I would not recommend.My Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.

  • CB
    2019-02-25 11:43

    A fun, sweet short story. Left me feeling good.

  • Cookie Moretti
    2019-03-04 09:40

    This was better than The Alpha and the Outcast where I couldn't connect to the MCs. I liked aaron and mohan, just wish the story was longer

  • Alina
    2019-03-19 09:55


  • Arzu
    2019-03-22 08:56

    3,5 stars

  • Eyre
    2019-03-13 05:50

    I enjoyed this one. It didn't make me want a tattoo, but I wouldn't turn down a hot guy with one. ;)