Published by Simon Pulse on December 18th 2012
Hot romance is the cure for heartbreak in this sequel to The Vincent Boys.
Getting a boy to fall head-over-heels in love with you isn’t easy. Especially when he’s been in love with your cousin for as long as you can remember.
Lana has lived her life in her cousin’s shadow. Ashton always made perfect grades, had tons of friends, and looks model-perfect. And she’s always had Sawyer Vincent—the only boy Lana’s ever wanted—wrapped around her finger. But now things are different. Lana has a chance to make Sawyer see her, and she’s taking it. If only he’d get over Ashton—because Lana is sick of second-best.
Sawyer’s heart is broken. He’s lost his best girl to his best friend. And then Lana comes to town. Ashton’s cousin has always been sweet and soft-spoken, but now she’s drop-dead gorgeous as well. Sawyer doesn’t know if Lana can heal his broken heart, but spending time with her might at least make Ashton jealous.
What starts as a carefree fling becomes a lusty game of seduction. Sawyer and Lana may have different motives, but their scintillating hookups are the same kind of steamy. . . .
I honestly didn’t think this series could get any better. I mean, I absolutely LOVED Ashton and Beau’s story in The Vincent Boys and I wasn’t the biggest fan of the Sawyer, the good guy, so I was nervous to pick up The Vincent Brothers since I knew it was all about Sawyer. Boy was I surprised. I think I loved The Vincent Brothers more than the first one.
The Vincent Brothers starts off 6 months after The Vincent Boys, Ashton and Beau are living their own lives together, and Sawyer is left trying to pick up the pieces of his broken heart. Enter Lana.
I actually really loved Lana, I wasn’t sure based on the barely there appearance she made in the first book, but once I got to know her, I understood her, and I felt for her situation and the things she’s been through.
Like I said at the beginning, I was a little weary of reading this one cause I wasn’t sold on Sawyer in the first book, but I’m convinced that Ashton had him on a pedestal and not only did he not know the real Ash, but she didn’t know the real Sawyer. Getting in his head and seeing the way he was with Lana at the end really brought me over to his side. However, I did get annoyed with the way he treated Lana at times when Ash was involved and that’s the reason I docked it a half star.
Overall, Abbi Glines has become a new fave author and I can’t wait to read more of her books!