Review: Nothing but Ink by Carrie Ann Ryan
Nothing But Ink
Carrie Ann Ryan
Montgomery Ink: Fort Collins Series, Book 3.5
Clay Hollins knows he needs to stay away from Riggs Kennedy. He doesn’t have time to fall for the bearded bartender that haunts his dreams and waking fantasies. Not only is he working long hours at his dream job with Montgomery Builders, but he’s raising his three cousins and they need him more than he needs a private life.
After one night of giving in, however, neither Riggs nor Clay can walk away.
Only their lives are chaotic with baggage from Riggs’ past and Clay’s present and taking a chance on each other might be the scariest yet best decision they ever make.
Posted on January 25, 2022, in ARC, Review and tagged 1001 Dark Nights, ARC, Carrie Ann Ryan, Contemporary Romance, Montgomery Ink: Fort Collins Series, Nothing but Ink, review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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