Twenty-something Amelia is used to thinking of herself as the immature dropout of the family, with zero love life and a failed attempt at a university degree behind her. Complications force her to give up her job in a tattoo parlour but things look up as she starts work in an alternative bookshop in Bristol and begins the "great quest" that she set herself at her mother's deathbed.
This quest brings Amelia to France and to the man she is destined to love and from there to more danger. In the end she realises that the hardest thing to conquer is your own fear when everything about you is changing and you have left your comfort zone far behind you.
A story about love, courage and ultimately trust, told with insight and humour. If you enjoy reading Kresley Cole, Charlaine Harris and JR Ward, then you will love this latest offering from A.J. Scott-Ryder.
The Tattoo is the second story in the Sarafin Perigord series. The books can be enjoyed in any order as each is a stand-alone novel in its own right.