Review: Tattoos & Tatas by Tara Sivec

During the month of October, 100% of the proceeds from Tattoos and Tatas will be donated to breast cancer awareness

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Tattoos & Tatas (Chocoholics #2.5) by Tara Sivec
Release Date: October 1, 2014

Blurb:
Claire and Liz have always had a friendship that defied the test of time, but when one of them is diagnosed with a disease that every woman fears, their bond is put through the wringer. How do you cope knowing your soul mate could be taken from you?
Filled with memories of their life long friendship, inappropriate behavior, bad tattoos and shaving cats, the two friends will realize that laughter really is the best medicine.
Tattoos and TaTas is not your typical love story; it’s a story of friendship and learning how to let go when something is beyond your control.

Review:
It’s such a weird feeling to want to say I loved Tattoos & Tatas by Tara Sivec when the subject matter is a bit heartbreaking and close to home. Less than a year ago, a close friend of mine passed away after a long battle with breast cancer. She was only 27 years old, 24 when she was first diagnosed.

Tattoos & Tatas is a novella in the Chocolate Lovers/Chocoholics world. When one of the matriarchs of the twistedly funny group receives horrible news, the gang steps up to make sure the company is running smoothly and the only thing on our beloved character’s mind is beating this disease. With these characters, you know there’s going to be some hilarious moments.

The novella is filled with flashbacks of moments we’ve missed out on and different POVs from big events we’ve been apart of. This book made me laugh one minute and had me in tears the next. I don’t want to give anything away, but my favorite moments involve ribs and balloons.

If you’ve loved the characters from the Chocolate Lovers and Chocoholics series, definitely give this novella a read. All the proceeds this month go to breast cancer research, so it’s for a good cause!!

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