I'd just like to get this out there before anything else. I hate the word tatted. Hate it. I guess tattooed didn't go well enough for the title.
Anyhoo. I liked this book, title withstanding. It wasn't really heavy on anything, but sometimes that is just what you need in a book. I did love that the MC wasn't the stereotypical "book perfect" guy though. It set it apart a bit from all of the other manwhore tattoo artist books out there.
I don't really have anything else to say about it. It was good, but not a life-changing masterpiece.