The Vincent Boys (The Vincent Boys, #1) by Abbi Glines

The Vincent Boys by Abbi Glines
Series: The Vincent Boys #1
on October 12, 2011
Pages: 260
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Ashton is getting tired of being good, of impressing her parents and playing ideal girlfriend to Sawyer Vincent. Sawyer is perfect, a regular Prince Charming, but when he leaves town for the summer, it’s his cousin Beau who catches Ashton’s eye. Beau is the sexiest guy she’s ever seen, and even though he’s dangerous, Ashton is drawn to him.
Beau loves his cousin like a brother, so the last thing he wants to do is make a move on Sawyer’s girl. Ashton is off-limits, absolutely. That’s why he does his best to keep his distance, even though he’s been in love with her forever. When Ashton wants to rekindle their childhood friendship in Sawyer’s absence, Beau knows he should say no.
Ashton and Beau don’t want to hurt Sawyer. But the more they try to stay away from each other, the more intense their urges become. It’s getting way too hard to resist....

Right or wrong? ⭐️

Something is definitely wrong with this story, but ooooh I loved Beau way too much to care about anything else.

The Vincent Boys are two cousins and they both love the same girl they’ve been friends with since they were 5-6 years old. Sawyer – the good boy, the town’s Prince, the perfect one – claimed Ashton as his three years ago. Beau – the badass, the true alpha, the town’s pariah distanced himself and let them be. Ashton – the preacher’s daughter, the town’s Princess, the church going, Good Samaritan, secretly loves Beau, not really her boyfriend, Sawyer. 🙄

Sawyer takes a family vacation, leaving Beau and Ashton to get closer, and closer, and closer… until

So, you see, of course the moral side of me wants to blame both Ashton and Beau for cheating on Sawyer. I really wanted to slap Ash a couple of times, but yet, I got sucked in her feelings towards Beau, and I forgot about the slapping.

I want to be honest and confess that even though all is truly messed up, reading it, it felt also right. I mean, Beau and Ashton are really made for each other and there’s no way to fight the attraction and chemistry between soul-mates, right?

So, this should count as a simple “guilty-pleasure novel”, where I don’t get to judge the plot, the characters, nothing. I just enjoyed Beau and his alpha-caveman tendencies, put him on my bookboyfriends’ list and that’s all.