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Delicate Ink (Montgomery Ink) Paperback – October 14, 2014
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Montgomery Ink Reading Order
Book 0.5: Ink Inspired
Book 0.6: Ink Reunited
Book 1: Delicate Ink
Montgomery Ink Box Set 1 (Books 0, 0.6, and 1)
Book 1.5: Forever Ink
Book 2: Tempting Boundaries
Book 3: Harder than Words
Montgomery Ink Box Set 2 (Books 1.5, 2 and 3)
Book 4: Written in Ink
Book 4.5: Hidden Ink
Book 5: Ink Enduring
Book 6: Ink Exposed
Book 6.5: Adoring Ink
Book 6.6: Love, Honor, and Ink
Book 7: Inked Expressions
Book 8: Inked Memories (Coming Oct 31st, 2017)
Montgomery Ink: Colorado Springs
THE SERIES CONTINUES WITH THE MONTGOMERY COUSINS!
Book 1: Fallen Ink (Coming Apr 17th, 2018)
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Book 1: Love Restored
Book 2: Passion Restored
Book 3: Hope Restored
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Book 1: Whiskey Secrets (Coming Jan 2nd, 2018)
Book 2: Whiskey Reveals (Coming Jun 12th, 2018)
Book 3: TBA
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I had trouble with the dialog between Austin and Sierra mostly. Mostly that it came off a little stereotypical for romance novels and not necessarily realistic. And then to suddenly throw in the light BDSM thing in this super formal fashion. I don't know. I read lots of books light action like this had and it's never this huge formalized discussion nor is it fixated on. I don't know. That whole entire thing felt like it came completely out of left field.
I didn't hate the story but I didn't necessarily find any of the characters particularly lovable like I couldn't live without them or the story line so compelling that I have to follow the series forward.
Sierra Elder is trying to start a new life and a new man is the last thing she is thinking about as she gets ready to open her new business. Trying to finally get over her past, Sierra decides to get a tattoo to cover the scars on her body. When she goes in for a consultation she finds herself attracted to Austin who she unfortunately also finds infuriating. As the two of them spend more time together they realize they have much more in common than meets the eye.
I couldn't wait to start this book. Broody tattooed man falling for his total opposite is just the sort of thing I look for when I need a shot of opposites attract romances. However I just couldn't get past the many issues to finish it.
The main problem? Too many sub - plots.
The story between Austin and Sierra was okay, and even though I wasn't keen on the amount of their story given through inner dialogue rather than conversations, I was able to over look that and continue. It felt as though when the BDSM and sexual side of their relationship began, it was rushed and thrown in, not thought through. Then there was a crazy ex, a family health scare, and a hidden pregnancy and add to that eight different points of view, it was too much. All of that in just the first eleven chapters. Which sadly is where I reached my limit and had to stop reading.
There were so many times I had to stop reading because I was so confused trying to remember which family member I was reading about. It would have worked better If the author had focused just on Austin and Sierra. There was just too much of everything and I'm sure in those eleven chapters alone there was enough materiel for eight different books. It felt rushed and scattered.
I did not finish the book so I have to rate it 1 out of 10
Review by Brienne Dubh @ Escapology Reviews . com
Action from one chapter to the next did not transition well. It felt like one minute they were doing this and the next that. Or at the end of one chapter it was all Austin and Sierra and the next with no warning or into it was one of his various family members.
I loved the concept. Sierra trying to overcome her past - trying to
heal and be whole. Yet I fouxnd something seriously lacking in the delivery. I will not be reading this series further. Sadly I will be returning for refund.