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    Even better than the first of the series

    When I read the first book in the 415 Ink series, I was immediately caught up in the brothers and the family of choice dynamic they shared. That book contained a lot of the men’s backgrounds to set up the series, including how they met, their pasts apart and together, and their current situations. At the time I lamented that those details took away from the romance, but it all came into play in Savior, the second book of the series. Due to the carry over in characters and despite Savior featuring a different couple, I really think it would be difficult to jump into this series without reading book one. As I started Savior, I was very happy with the detailed introduction the brothers had in Rebel. It made it easy to lose myself in this universe fairly quickly and I understood and appreciated all the interactions between Mace, Rob, and the brothers from the start. Though 415 Ink definitely tends to focus on the brother- Mace- and leave the love interest as a supporting role, I felt there was a good amount development to Rob as well. I thought there was more time spent developing Rob and Mace’s relationship than with the series’ first couple, which was a nice surprise. I always enjoy when opposites attract, and was happy to have a little of that in this understated, but very sweet, romance. Between the beautifully descriptive language, dynamic and resilient characters, and flowing dialogue, Savior and the 415 Ink series is an enjoyable read and an easy recommendation. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*
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