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  • A pleasureful masterpiece of storytelling.

    Thompson has found a clever way of giving double the pleasure and twice the heart. Blue Ink is a love story wrapped in a mystery. When circumstance finds a young woman searching for a new direction, fate hands her a most intriguing prospect. Charlotte Wilde is working her way back from a major disappointment. Broke and in need of a distraction, she finds more than bargained for when a cranky old woman and her son enter her life. Caught in the middle of an unpredictable attraction and an age old mystery, Charlotte and heart are about to learn that it's the surprises in life that make the experience worthwhile. A pleasureful masterpiece of storytelling.

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  • Past and Present collide

    First off this is an interesting almost haunting and different from the rest of the series but it so fits Ardan's personality to a tee. Of course he would be the one to have an "other worldly" type of build on his capture by the love bug. He is the quiet, thoughtful writer, the dreamer of the brothers so yeah this book fits him perfectly. Moonstone and her predictions, give him just what he needs to be other than his norm and brings out an Ardan no one knows exist and I think he even surprises himself. His book is more spiritual than the others and it all works really well but it does require that you walk on the wild side a bit to enjoy his story which also includes his mother, the past, voices and dreams. I love the way the author interweaves it all, even the unexpected visitor, works well. Nothing is simple for this author and the dip into the past with the letters just adds the cherry on top. I love that his journey is so different from the others. Charlotte is a breath of fresh air that brings it all together and makes this story work. I loved it and the spin the author gives us I can't wait to see what happens to the last woman standing when it's Teagan's turn, the last sibling to get tagged and bagged by love.

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