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Publisher Description

Confirmed bachelor Austin Montgomery is ready to settle down. The eldest of eight Montgomerys, he’s the big, bearded and broody one, yet one look at the new owner of the boutique across the street, he knows exactly what he wants. Her.

Finding a man is the last thing on Sierra Elder’s mind. Wanting to cover up scars that run deeper than her flesh, she finds in Austin a man that truly gets to her—in more ways than one.

Although wary, they embark on a slow, tempestuous burn of a relationship. When blasts from both their pasts intrude on their present, however, it will take more than a promise of what could be to keep them together.

August 22
Pink Ink Books

Customer Reviews

Lindy Lou 454 ,


Sorry, but this book was just not my thing and so I only got half way. I didn't realise from the blurb that it was bdsm but in fact that wasn't the issue as it was pretty light in the bit that I did read.
The thing that really did it for me was that you would read a couple of chapters about the MCs and start to connect with them when you'd find that the next chapter was about completely different people/situations. I appreciate that it is part of a series and other characters will have their own book but they don't need to be ALL introduced in the first book. This book would have been better imo if some of those sections had been left out.
Before I decided to give up on this book I did read reviews from other people to see if I was alone in these opinions and to see if it was going to get better. Alas, others agreed and if anything it sounded like it was going to get worse not better with even more subplots being introduced!

Redletter42 ,


Overall the book is good but there are a few continuity errors that simple proof reading could have helped

Arfb12 ,

Good book but.....

It's a really good book and the storyline is well thought out but the author forgets the name of the tattoo parlour on more than one occasion. She also forgets which one of the businesses is ink and which is inc.
Very annoying stupid mistakes to make in your own book!

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