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Delicate Ink (Montgomery Ink)
- By: Carrie Ann Ryan
- Narrated by: Gregory Salinas
- Length: 8 hrs and 31 mins
On the wrong side of 30, Austin Montgomery is ready to settle down. Unfortunately, his inked sleeves and scruffy beard isn’t the suave business appearance some women crave. Only finding a woman who can deal with his job, as a tattoo artist and owner of Montgomery Ink, his seven meddling siblings, and his own gruff attitude won’t be easy.
- By cherylM on 03-27-15
A roller-coaster of emotion!
I started out reading this and then switched to listening to to it. The story is really pretty good. It's unusual in that it has so many characters and goes into the problems of so many of them, at least without being 500 pages long. Keeping track of some of the siblings was a bit confusing, but the main characters were pretty good. I haven't checked yet, but I'm betting that the author has written a book for each of the siblings, and maybe that's why she set some of them up with problems in this book. that way she builds interest in the later books. I'm hoping they aren't all quite as hectic as this one. This one was a real roller-coaster ride with not only Harry's diagnosis and the relationship between Austin and Sierra, but his son's sudden appearance and the problems that come from that. There's also Sierra's problems from her past. Then there are the relationship problems of the siblings. Never a break in the action or the emotions!
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