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  • 4.5 stars- Favorite one yet

    For me, the 415 Ink series gets better with each release. I thoroughly enjoyed Hellion from start to finish, something that surprised me a little. Although Ivo was always an intriguing secondary character, he wasn’t the brother I was most itching for a book about. And yet, once I heard his full story, I couldn’t help but look back and wonder how I had missed all those inklings of a strong, beautiful personality. Hellion is a hurt-comfort romance featuring a May-December match-up between two very different personalities. I really liked how this story highlighted Ruan and Ivo’s differing perspectives and approaches to a sometimes cruel world, but also how these men supported and lent their strength to one another. I especially liked how patient Ivo was with Ruan. Even when I found myself frustrated with Ruan’s sometimes antiquated view of things, Ivo’s understanding and explanations lent a quiet, persistent strength to the book, offering a new way to look at issues without being forceful or giving up his own truths. Then of course there are the brothers. The bond between these men is undeniable and such a powerful undercurrent in the 415 Ink series. I love how the author weaves their memories- good, bad, and funny- into every interaction to create a framework that showcases how special and loving this family is. I love being surprised by stories and Hellion and Ivo’s poignant story was a fabulous one, making this series that much better and one I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*

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  • I love Ivo and Ruan

    I loved Hellion. Period. It was so good. I just wanted to keep reading about Ivo and Ruan (which I will through Luke’s and Bear’s story). The cat in the story reminded me of a family cat. My cousin had a huge orange cat, could fit under those big coffee tables from the 70s, his name was Charlie, but we called him Chawlie. He was awesome, not unlike Spot. And I finally know how to say Maite’s name. I see it on Rhys Ford’s FB posts all the time. I was totally saying it wrong. Now I’m not. I really loved how Ivo and Ruan’s story built and no stupid miscommunication, really all the opposite from those romances that always spin on miscommunication. None of that here, but really communication and understanding were such a huge part of their story. I loved that about it. The story was sexy and interesting and I loved all the secondary characters that are part of Ivo and Ruan’s life. I love 415 Ink series, I kind of think maybe the most favourite Rhys Ford series. There’s just something so great about books about characters more than any other thing. It’s what makes me love romance, and this series hits the spot. I absolutely recommend this book and the series. I can’t wait until Luke’s and then Bear’s stories come out. I know I’ll be stalking and waiting for them.

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