Tattoo Heartist

Tattoo Heartist

383K Reads 18.8K Votes 13 Part Story
A N G E L By iiLoveydoveii Updated Jul 13

Ingrid Rodríguez 
A 20 year old girl who knows almost to nothing of the outside world. Her strict parents made her see what they wanted her to see. They wanted her away from the outside world so much that they put her in online school all throughout her entire life. She was too timid and shy to talk back to anyone, which led to years of people walking over her. Her older sister being one of the main ones. Her aging grandmother is the only person who understands what she's going through and desperately wants to take her away from it all.

Tristian Locke
A 25 year old tattoo artist who believes his heart is broken beyond repair. His mother who has  experienced painful trauma is now in a state of shock. His father who is a lawyer, wants his son to get out of the phase he is in so he can have a "real" profession. Tristian, in his mind, has disowned his father for the many things he's done behind his mother's back. On the outside Tristian is calm and subtle but on the inside, he has pent-up anger that he only releases accidentally or while training in the gym. His mother, alone, is the very reason he hasn't completely broken yet and is the source of all his inspiration.

Tristian no longer believes in love. His father being the worst example of what love should be, is painted into his mind. He stays away from relationships and women as he wants nothing to do with them. Until she walked into his shop.

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" He tattooed his name right on my heart "

WARNING: THIS BOOK CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT AND EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK.

 #95 in Romance - 12/06/17

Cover made by: @southernTXkindagirl

  • beauty
  • broken
  • control
  • dominant
  • drama
  • fluff
  • hot
  • hurt
  • innocent
  • latina
  • love
  • mature
  • newyork
  • passion
  • possessive
  • romance
  • secrets
  • shy
  • tattoos
  • trust
mua2828 mua2828 Dec 04
Literally my life my mom is strict like this no friends no going out sooo annoying
hiJaz2 hiJaz2 Nov 20
Te lo dejare pasar, tuviste suerte en que tus padres no estuviesen aqui... thats is the right sentence. I'm from Argentina
My parents right there!! My older sister is 21 years old, And she still can't go out late or go clubbing. They're extremely strict. I hate it sooo much!
A medium sized room would look way better. I picture her room girly and full of teddy bear's.
EpicKim EpicKim Nov 21
2 chapters in and i'm already reminded of how my boyfriend and I met.
QueenBri724 QueenBri724 Sep 18
A NEW STORY TO READ INSTEAD OF DOING MY HOMEWORKKKKKKKK YAYAYAY!!!!!!!!!!!!