Review: Embraced in Ink by Carrie Ann Ryan
Embraced In Ink
Carrie Ann Ryan
Montgomery Ink: Bolder Series, Book 3
Bristol Montgomery and Marcus Stearn have been best friends for so long, they sometimes forget when they weren’t as close as they are now. While friends and family think there’s something beneath the surface of their friendship, the two have always been steadfast in their stance on no heated looks or deeper feelings.
The problem? Years ago, they promised each other that if neither of them was married by the time Bristol turned thirty, they’d marry each other.
Even though both have long since decided never to force the other into an arranged marriage, circumstances and sheer stubbornness force them to refuse to back out of their deal.
Now, they’re determined to get married—even as dangerous exes and feelings they deny, block their path
Bristol Montgomery has traveled the world playing her music and sharing that passion to all kinds of people. Yet all the places she has traveled, she was always willing to come home. Home is with her beloved family and a best friend that is always there for her. Marcus Stearn is truly the best friend that a girl, or anyone for that matter could ask for. Loyal and devoted are the foundation of his being. The man has a huge heart and wears it on his sleeve. Ten years prior a promise was made so that two people would never be lonely. Those years have passed and a promise is never taken lightly.
Embraced in Ink may just be the sweetest and most romantic Montgomery book of them all. Friends to lovers is one of my favorite troupes out there. Marcus and Bristol’s friendship is rooted deep with trust and time, Years together, they formed a bond that was special and equine. Over time it developed into something indescribable for them. Seeing them realize that they can’t fight the feelings that are harder to hide by the day is touching..A promise or a bet, or feelings that they just didn’t understand. Their journey together changes. I love how they balanced each other in a way that brings out their best while complementing one another at the same time. Bristol and Marcus have their moments, like all good couples do, yet the tender way they are with each other is so worth the read. Family plays a big part for both Marcus and Bristol, and I loved how close both families are. Ms. Ryan delivers a sweet and tender edition to the Montgomery Ink: Bolder Series with Embraced in ink.
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