Family Ties: Bartlett Boys Book One Kindle Edition
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The title for this book is so accurate. It’s all about the close ties of a large extended family, something I always dreamed of having. I loved the dynamics of the family, the interactions were so fun. So many great characters that provided lots of fun, entertaining moments. But all of those scenes kind of took over the book, there was more setup for the series than for the main romance. Which seems to happen in the first book of a series.
Linc and Blake (along with “Mouse”) were adorable, lovable characters. I struggled a bit to see the relationship develop, but when they were together it was amazing. So much hotness and super sweet together. I’m not particular about needing both POVs, but I really would have liked Linc’s POV or to learn more about his thoughts and feelings through Blake. He went through a major character change (not spoiling it), but we don’t get to see how he felt about it. It appeared as though he sailed right through with zero hesitation...but that didn’t feel right.
This was a sweet, light hearted read. I recommend it, and I will be checking out the rest of this series when it comes.
I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy.
Blake and Linc were fun and sweet together. I just wish I saw more of them. The relationship hurdle that they had to overcome was really pretty self imposed and tame. I love Linc's sister for her part in them overcoming it. So I guess to summarize, this was a light, easy, well written read with likable characters. I would just like to see more focus and fleshing out of the MCs and a bit less detail on things that aren't necessary or advance the story. Would I re-read this particular story? Probably not. Would I read the next story in the series? I wouldn't mind giving it a try. Will I read other stories by this author? Definitely, yes. I would be interested in seeing what some other stories are like :)
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This book presents with solid writing, a good plot and likable characters. However, I'm deducting half a star because the main characters kind of drowns in the...Read more