Tuesday, 18 December 2012
Review: The Vincent boys by Abbi Glines
Beau Vincent is rude, bad, and dangerous to know. So why can't good girl Ashton Gray keep away from him? She already has the perfect boyfriend - her town's local Prince Charming, Sawyer Vincent. But Sawyer is away for the summer, and in the meantime Ashton is bored, and the heat between her and Beau is undeniable - as well as irresistible. Ashton is about to unleash her bad girl - but what will she do when Sawyer comes home? And how will Sawyer react when he returns to find his girlfriend in the arms of his best friend - and cousin?
The Vincent Boys is a sexy, exciting and enjoyable romp through one steamy Alabama summer
I needed this book the weekend I read it.
Of late I have been struggling to read. I need something light and engaging which would get me back into reading compulsively and this book did it for me.
The story revolves around the love triangle that is Ash, Beau and sawyer. Sawyer is Ash's boyfriend who is away for the summer. Beau is her former best friend and Sawyer's cousin whom she hasn't spoken to properly in years. One evening that changes and suddenly there is a spark which brings them together and brings out the real Ash after she has spent so many years playing the good girl.
For me this book is all about the relationship between Beau and Ash. It isn't perfect especially in the way it starts but it is honest, loving and downright hot in places. I loved Beau as he is such a complicated character with really simple dreams and wishes underneath his macho front.
I won't go into too much detail about where the book goes and what happens but I will say that I was left completely satisfied with it all and thoroughly surprised by the twists that popped up. I can't wait for book two!