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Inked Armour (Clipped Wings Book 2) by [Hunting, Helena]
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Inked Armour (Clipped Wings Book 2) Kindle Edition

4.8 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
Book 2 of 2 in Clipped Wings (2 Book Series)

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This is a story that has stayed with me for years. Gut wrenching, sexy, twisted, dark, incredibly erotic and a love story like no other. On my all time favorites list (Alice Clayton, USA Today bestselling author of Wallbanger and The Redhead)

Clipped Wings is a well written and satisfying love story with characters that will touch your heart and a romance that will leave you breathless (Tara Sue Me, author of The Submissive, The Dominant, and The Training)

A look into the world of tattoos and piercings, a dash of humour and a feel-good ending will delight fans and new readers alike. (PUBLISHERS WEEKLY)

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Can a love this deep heal the scars of the past? The second book in the dangerously addictive Clipped Wings series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1254 KB
  • Print Length: 370 pages
  • Publisher: Orion (8 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I5KINO2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #144,570 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Why did I wait so long to read this? I have read all of the lovely Helena Hunting books but this one kept getting put to the bottom, when a new Pucked book came out. Wowza, this is full of angst and is delightfully emotional. A must read.
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Fantastic storybook characters with very god background and hints to what is to come
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By Jeannie Zelos TOP 500 REVIEWER on 13 May 2014
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Inked Armor. Helena Hunting
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So; onto the final part of this series ( prequel novella Cupcakes and part one Clipped Wings). I've loved Tenley and Hayden so far, but at the end of the last novel Tenley had returned back to her former home, forced back by Trey, an awful, controlling person who knows just what to say to hurt her, and bring her back to the shadow person she was in the early days after the crash. We learn even worse things about him, and Tenley really sinks low before she can pick herself up and pull things together. That's tough as Trey has done things she didn't know about, which affect her immensely. He's very clever and manipulative, and wants Tenley under his control for greedy reasons. Back home Hayden has really lost it, he's not eating or looking after himself, just letting his OCD take over in an effort to survive without Tenley. His nightmares are worsening, involving Tenley this time, not just his parents, and his family and friends really worried about him.
In the earlier books Hayden always came over as having problems from his past still affecting him, but he seemed to have it under control apart from the OCD about tidiness, and it was Tenley that struggled. Its all change now with Tenley still looking back at the past with sorrow, but beginning to accept she has a right to happiness, and she realises that not only does she deserve Hayden, but that he Needs her. She's shocked at how low and distressed he is when she finally sees him, and they struggle at first to find the best way to go forward. Hayden is terrified she'll leave again, and it takes all she can to convince him otherwise. Secrets from the past come out, things from his parents murder are revealed, and they send Hayden even further into his obsessiveness.
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By Sarah (Feeling Fictional) TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 12 July 2014
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3.5 stars

After really enjoying Clipped Wings I was excited to pick up Inked Armour and find out how things turned out for Tenley and Hayden. The last book left us on quite a cliffhanger when Tenley left Hayden to return to her old life with her brother-in-law Trey and I was desperate to know what would happen next.

Tenley has no intention of returning to her old life permanently, in fact she just wants to sell her old home so that she can put the past behind her forever and move forward in her new life at Hayden's side. I loved seeing her stand up to Trey, he was obviously trying to control her and only looking out for his best interests and Tenley has come such a long way to be able to go against him like that. What really irritated me was her complete refusal to have any kind of contact with Hayden, she knew he must be hurting and feeling that she'd abandoned him and she was even hurting herself but she couldn't even send him a quick message to tell him that she needed to sort things out but would be back as soon as she could be. I kind of lost respect for her because of that which was disappointing.

Hayden on the other hand has fallen apart completely because he thought she had left him forever. We saw him chase after her in the free short story Between the Cracks (I'd highly recommend reading that before you start this book if you haven't already) but since that unsuccessful trip he's lost all faith in their relationship. It was completely understandable considering she refused to answer his calls or reply to his messages but I did find myself rolling my eyes at just how hopeless he was without her there.
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Inked Armour is the follow up to Helena Hunting’s debt novel Clipped Wings where we witnessed the love and struggles between Tenley and Hayden. This time around we see the aftermath of Tenley leaving and how both characters try and repair their love for one another that literally consumes their every waking day, but also try and overcome their terrible pasts. Can their love survive or will they be forced to live in the past?

I absolutely loved Clipped Wings so as soon as Inked Armour became available I knew I needed it straight away, and boy was I in for an emotional ride. I was guessing the insensitivity and the emotions would be churning during this sequel, but I just didn’t know how much and I was surprised by how many times I was brought to tears. I’m not one to cry during a novel, I well up but, this did me over! Tenley and Hayden’s pasts darken their future so much and their issues are so delicate and fragile, that just one little thing can bring it all down on top of their heads – and this was the case a number of times. Even though Tenley and Hayden’s love shone throughout this story, their relationship isn’t easy – it’s a constant battle and I was rooting for them to get the happy ending they both deserved, because they both deserved to be happy. Their story is quite simply heart-breaking at times.

I did really enjoy Inked Armour though, even though I’ve made it sound like an emotional mess, it was just great to be back with these characters no matter the struggles. I love both of them and I adore the dual narrative. I think that’s why their story is so powerful because you get the impact of both characters issues and their feelings. I don’t believe it would have been the same if it was told from just one characters point of view.

In all, Inked Armour was an absolute pleasure to read and I will definitely be keeping an eye out for more work from Helena Hunting!
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