Tattoos and TaTas is an enjoyable story of two friends enduring life's roller coaster. It is told from Liz's point of view. I really like how this series flows. It moves forward while filling you in on the before. The alternating chapters of present to past are kind of annoying because you are left wondering. It is crude and in your face like the first two books. After finishing this book I would continue to read this series.
When Claire finds out she has breast cancer Liz can't deal. For the first time she is facing something she can't fix and has no control over. Liz gets it together and makes her absence up to Claire when she realizes that it's not really about her.
During the month of October, 100% of the proceeds from Tattoos and Tatas will be donated to breast cancer awareness.
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.