Seduced in Ink
Montgomery Ink: Boulder Book 4
The Montgomery Ink: Boulder series concludes with a fake relationship where the heat and emotional connection are anything but false.
The moment Madison McClard’s parents tell her that her ex is getting married, there’s no getting out of their latest scheme. One moment she’s trying to get out of their clutches. The next, they’re telling her exactly who she’ll marry to save the family name. The one thing her parents don’t count on, however: Aaron Montgomery.
Aaron Montgomery didn’t mean to lie. Still, as soon as he overheard Madison’s dilemma, the words fell out of his mouth. Now, he’s fake engaged to a woman he barely knows, who also happens to be his new brother-in-law’s cousin.
As the deception mounts, so does the attraction. They told themselves it was only a ruse, but as feelings ramp and dangers surge, this Montgomery may have just met his match.
He simply has to fight to keep her.
Best Fake engagement ever!
You can never go wrong with a fake engagement story but especially this one! It was so easy to relate to the struggles and insecurities that Madison has. This made it easy to fall in love with how strong she is! Aaron lives up to the legacy of all The Montgomery’s we’ve met so far! He is so adorable and loving. He helps both him and Madison gore as people that it was so fun to read! You won’t ever regret reading this book.
This book had far too many short, choppy, nonessential descriptive sentences that really took away from the story.
Seduced In ink
Madison & Aaron are pretty much the most adorable thing you run across in the Montgomery Ink: Boulder books. I’m not sure how it happens but with each section/spin off of the Montgomery family the last couple in the set always becomes my favorite of the group.
With most book I would say that the turn out with Madison’s family was a bit unbelievable BUT I really wanted that outcome for her so I am no where near complaining. There was a whole lot of unsuspecting crazy that happened pretty quickly compared to most of CAR’s books but I liked the change up for this one.