Norah O'Malley was pregnant and had not told Avery. Her older brother Jimmy tried to get her to tell him Avery and she knew she had to. But Avery would want to take care of her. She had only been with Avery a short time but it had been magical. Norah ahdn’t lived home in ten years. Jimmy had shipped her to her aunt Bridget’s when she was twelve and he went into the army. Kai owned the tattoo parlor Tommy- Norah’s brother- worked at. He had been in a gang and had been to the hospital a lot visiting injured friends. He had horrible memories. But Kai came to see his mother at the hospital because Jaleesa insisted . Jaleesa- Kai’s sister - was the only person who had been on his side no matter what. She was the only person to visit Kai in jail. She had even pusher her husband to lend Kai the money to open Ink Envy. Kai ends up bringing his mother to his house to recover from her knee surgery and he hires Norah to help while Kai is working. Norah is studying to be a nurse so situation was perfect. Norah also has to decide what to do about the baby. Lani - Kai’s mother- become friends. There is also an attraction between Norah and Kai. Norah decided to pursue Kai and he wasn’t sure what to do about her. Norah makes a hard decision but decides the best thing she can do for her child is let her be adopted. I wasn’t too impressed with this story. Norah should be worried about her baby not another man. She hasn’t even told the baby’s father she is pregnant or he is going to be a dad. But she is into going after Kai and he didn’t really seem to want her. Almost forcing herself on him. Maybe Avery would want his child rather than see her adopted. I did like how Norah wanted to protect Avery from her brothers. But did either Avery or Norah worry about using protection hence pregnancy. She was old enough to know better. Norah was an immature and thoughtless young woman and I wasn’t crazy Norah was crazy about Kai yet he seemed cold and didn’t really want to deal with anyone or anything. Anyway I just didn’t really enjoy this story.