Storm’s younger cousin.
Vandal’s little brother.
You’ve met him in the background.
The sweet one.
The nice one.
The one they can all rely on.
The good one.
He’s a tattoo artist. He plays metal and classical music – on the violin.
He’s got a body built for sin.
In comes Ivy. She’s a 36 year old single mom who hasn’t dated in 18 years.
All she wanted was a tattoo.
She got a helluva lot more 🙂
Being good has never been so bad.
I am so in love with this series but i did find myself a little confused at first but when i realised that this book was written in the same parallel time frame as Vandal, i was back on board. I felt in a way it was better as i got to revisit some of the events from the other side and get someone else’s perspective.
I have to say i hardly ever read books where the heroine is older than the hero it just doesnt do it for me, but this one might have changed my mind i loved Ivy and Lukas together they worked so perfectly.
This book was just a beautiful simple love story that me captured from the first page. I loved Lukas’s go for it attitude the way he wouldnt let Ivy and he age related insecurities put them off getting together.
My heart broke for Ivy being put in the situation when she literally had to choose between the two people she trusted the most.
This is such a brilliantly beautiful story and i cannot wait to read more from these wonderfully broken men of Ashes to Embers.
5 star read for me i think Carian’s writing style is brilliant.