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Author: Abbi Glines
ISBN: 1478172967
Language: English
Pages: 296 pages
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 5, 2012)
Rating: 4.7
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FB2 size: 1711 kb | EPUB size: 1394 kb | DJVU size: 1155 kb
Sub: Romance

Part of The Vincent Boys series by Abbi Glines. This was the first time I’d had to witness Ashton snuggled up between Beau’s legs while my horny ass brother kissed her neck, hand, head and anything else he could get near his lips while he carried on a conversation with everyone else.

Part of The Vincent Boys series by Abbi Glines. Ethan was right; I needed a drink. Touching the cup to my lips, I tilted my head back and took a very long gulp. As much as I loved my brother, I wasn’t sure I wouldn’t still. My eyes shifted to Lana who was talking now. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26. Page 16. Chapter Fifteen. Her happy expression made me feel like a king. She’d been in an excellent mood all morning. Knowing it was because of me was nice. The memory of Lana’s touch last night far exceeded anything I’d ever experienced with Ashton. I wasn’t sure how I felt about that.

The Vincent Brothers, . 6. Part of The Vincent Boys series by Abbi Glines. Page 17. Chapter Sixteen. I’d royally screwed up. Old habits die hard and my need to help Ash and protect her was a very old habit.

33 quotes from The Vincent Brothers (The Vincent Boys, ‘When I'm with you, my world is complete. Own. Me. ― Abbi Glines, The Vincent Brothers. See a Problem? We’d love your help. When you fall for the one that owns you, she’ll be the only one that has the power to make you cry.

The Vincent Brothers book. Abbi Glines's books give off this feeling that get me this sh t-eating grin on my face that never got off even after I finished the book and had me giddy the entire time. I laughed, cried, swooned and swooned and swooned and yeah, definitely swooned.

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So I easily found myself glued to the pages and enjoying yet another Abbi Glines book! In the first chapter, we jump ahead 6 months from the end of The Vincent Boys.

Only 19 left in stock (more on the way). So I easily found myself glued to the pages and enjoying yet another Abbi Glines book! In the first chapter, we jump ahead 6 months from the end of The Vincent Boys. So if you haven't read The Vincent Boys first, I highly recommend you do!

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Your acceptance means the world to me. But right now, he needs you. You’re his brother. Dropping her hair, I stepped back, then turned and walked into the woods, toward my brother. I’ll just be a hindrance to you two dealing with everything. The pain was almost unbearable now. Reaching out, I played with a lock of her hair. I’d been fascinated with the perfect golden color of it since we were five years old. She’d always reminded me of a fairy princess, even when she was baiting hooks with chicken liver. I’d lost my princess but the memory of her was worth every sharp pain in my heart.

He may have given her up without a fight, but Sawyer Vincent is far from over losing the girl he’s loved all of his life. Instead of giving up his best friend and the girl he thought he’d spend forever with, he gave Ashton and his brother Beau his blessing. However, adjusting to seeing Ashton wrapped up in Beau’s arms isn’t easy. Complicating everything even more, Ashton’s cousin Lana is in town for the summer. Sweet, kind, soft-spoken Lana, who gets under his skin. Just being near her makes him forget all about Ashton and his broken heart. Lana is everything he wanted Ashton to be except she isn’t Ashton. She lacks the backbone to stand up for herself and confidence that Ashton wears like a crown. Lana McDaniel has lived her life in her cousin's shadow. While Lana struggled with her grades no matter how hard she tried, her mother praised Ashton's intelligence. She hadn’t been blessed with Ashton’s blond hair and flawless skin, but that didn't keep her mother from lamenting her naturally red hair and freckles. But none of that would have mattered if Ashton hadn’t always had Sawyer Vincent wrapped around her finger -- the only boy Lana wanted. Once Ashton let Sawyer go, Lana had been so sure that he’d move on. Determined to make Sawyer finally see her, she'd talked her mother into letting her spend the summer with Ashton. But Sawyer is still in love with Ashton, and Lana isn’t going to be anyone's rebound girl. No matter how yummy Sawyer Vincent’s kisses taste.
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The Vincent Brothers was fun, addicting, had swoon worthy males and females who I wanted to be bffs with! So I easily found myself glued to the pages and enjoying yet another Abbi Glines book! In the first chapter, we jump ahead 6 months from the end of The Vincent Boys. So if you haven't read The Vincent Boys first, I highly recommend you do! This time we got to follow Lana, who is Ash's cousin, and Sawyer. Their journey was hot, beyond adorable, and at times awkward, which made it feel even more real.

So when we met Lana previously, she was sweet but also very innocent. And it seemed like she didn't really care about her hair, makeup or even clothes. But that's all changed. Lana went and gave herself a makeover, and she had a mission. Get Sawyer. You see, she had been crushing on him forever. And now Lana finally got Sawyer's attention! Yet, it wasn't all directed at her since Sawyer was still hung up on her cousin, Ash. I definitely felt her frustration and heart ache at times. But she was so relatable, even though I've never been in her shoes. She was down to earth, had a good heart and struggled with some family drama. So I was rooting for Lana to completely win Sawyer over.

Oh Sawyer. In The Vincent Boys, we saw good boy Sawyer. But that boy was now hidden away by heartache, so we got to see heartbroken Sawyer, drunk Sawyer, sexy Sayer, and make stupid choices Sawyer lol. While he annoyed me a time or few, since he was still hung up on Ashton, I still loved him. I understood that he was grieving the loss of someone who he thought he was going to spend the rest of his life with. And it's not like she went away. She was with his brother. So while this made him somewhat tortured, he let out his inner bad boy. And that's kinda my favorite thing (tortured and bad boy). So Sawyer started reminding me an awful lot of Beau. He was possessive, jealous, direct and to the point with what he wanted and how he wanted it. He was sexy and seductive, and he physically reminded Lana how much he wanted her. I found the wakeboarding scene SO hot! Sawyer was so much more than I ever thought he could be!

While they had this strong sexual attraction between the two of them, they were also discovering many firsts. Which you must read about *grins hugely*! But the story also dealt with friendship, and I'm not just talking about Sawyer and Lana. I loved how Lana and Ash and also Sawyer and Beau worked on their friendships as the story progressed. So if you're looking for a fun summer read, then I can't recommend these two books enough! The storyline and characters were such a blast! And when I finished, I realized I definitely need to devour more of Abbi Glines' books!
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I have to say I was really impressed - After reading about Beau and Ashton's story, I thought the second story wouldn't be that good - I don't know why I thought that, because I was totally wrong.

Sawyer's story is Great! I loved it!
In the last book we saw Sawyer as not a very nice guy. He didn't put Ashton's needs first, didn't do anything about making her not happy with her new attitude, and practically took her away from Beau without talking to Beau first and making things crazy between the two that were really meant to be together..

This book takes place 6 months later, and Sawyer still can't let her go. Sure he stood aside and gave them both his blessing, but it didn't mean it didn't hurt still. He tried to avoid them being together as much as possible - but he did want to try to move on.

After a few heated words with Beau at the field's party, Sawyer, Ethan and Jake took off to go get something to eat. Instead of heading close to a local restaurant, Sawyer headed to the nearest town..

Lana - She is Ash's cousin. She stayed with her last summer when her parent's were going through a difficult time. Now her parents were officially divorced. She couldn't get over Sawyer while she was back home. and now that everyone is graduated from High school, she has arranged to spend her last Summer with Ashton before they head their separate ways off to College.
Lana had gotten herself a make over. She is no longer looking like the little mouse she did last summer. She got her hair cut, a whole new wardrobe,and now wears make up.

Her friend Jewl was giving her a ride to her cousin's house before heading to her beach house where her stepfather lived.
THey stopped at Wings to get a bite to eat, just outside the small town of Alabama that her cousin lived in.

When Sawyer walked in Wings with his friend, he tried flirting with the hostess a little, but after hearing her giggle, he quickly turned the other way. Ash didn't giggle, he hated giggling.
As they walked to the table, he noticed the girl at the bar with the long legs and dark red hair. He didn't think she'd giggle, when Ethan said something to Sawyer loudly, the girl turned her head around, and he really liked what he saw.
He started walking towards their table, when she called out to him.

That's when he recognized her. Lana - Ashton's cousin.
He asked her and her friend Jewel to sit with them. Jewel was the total opposite as Lana. She was beautiful, fun and flirted with everyone.
As the seats were arranged in the booth, Lana found herself sitting next to Ethan, and Jewel was seated between Jake and Sawyer. She wasn't happy about the way Jewel was flirting with Sawyer. She loved her friend, but she was anxious to get to Ash's house and have her friend be on her way to the beach.

Ethan seemed to like Lana though. He was really sweet. So sweet it about drove Sawyer nuts. He couldn't keep Jewel's hands off his thigh, and his eyes off Lana - he couldn't believe that this was the same girl that was here just 6 months ago.

SO they left - Sawyer had offered to bring Lana home so Jewel could be on her way to the beach. Lana was excited about that.
He dropped of Jake and Ethan back at their trucks and took Lana to Ashton's house.

On the way, Lana asked how things were between the three of them. She knew he wouldn't be over Ash, but she had hoped things were ok.
But Sawyer still saw Lana as a girl that helped Ash and Beau out in the field last Summer when she lied for her.

The rest of the ride was quiet until they got to the house.

..... "She's an idiot... for what it's worth," I couldn't believe I'd just said that.
Sawyer swung his attention back to me. "You think so?"
I nodded.
Sawyer took a step closer to me... "You think I'm a better choice than Beau? Hes' the bad one, the Dangerous one. Girls like bad boys." he took another step closer. his eyes never leaving their study of my lips.
Forcing myself to remain calm, I responded, "Not all girls."
He raised his hand and gently ran the pad of his thumb over my bottom lip "they're as soft as they look... maybe softer," he whispered, then he lowered his head and before I could take a calming breath his mouth was on mine.

The relationship between Lana and Sawyer heated up pretty quickly. This is a new Sawyer. not the same polite and easy going Sawyer we knew from the last book. This Sawyer is tired of being hurt, and for some reason he couldn't explain, Lana made him forget about Ash, and he felt a powerful draw to Lana. He acted like a teenage guy in Lust should. And it was great getting to know him :)

Loved this book - it's a great series and I really recommend it. I don't think it's a "young adult" book though... But it's still going on my favorite shelf :)