Vic Vaughn is
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌍🌏
Character development: 😤😥😊🤩😘
The heroine: Daisy Lundin – When her parents died with more than three million dollars of debt, she was forced to sell the family farm. She had to move into town and is going to school and working while living in student housing and raising her daughter Vivienne.
The Hero: Vicious “Vic” Vaughn – Local tattoo artist and bad boy. He never wants to marry or have children. He has five nieces and a nephew and doesn’t know their names. The girls are all named after Disney princesses so he just calls them all ‘Princess’.
The Story: Daisy now lives in town and her daughter, Viv notices how Daisy looks at the local Tattoo shop, Sick Boyz. Daisy has mixed feelings about the shop because seven years ago, she used to fool around with Vic and thinks he probably doesn’t even remember her. So when Viv shows interest in the shop, Daisy tells her never to go in there.
This book was told out of sequence and went between the current time and the past and even went back to the earlier in the day at one point. I usually don’t like second chance romance but I like it if they do flashbacks to when the two main characters first met, which this one does.
I don’t want to get too far into the story and give away too much, but I really liked this one. I know I read another J.A. Huss book a few years ago which had to do with some of the other Vaughn’s, which I also really liked. This family has a bunch of crazy characters. Vic is one of the most interesting of the bunch. I really enjoyed this book.
The book was told in multiple points of view via dual narration. It was narrated by C.J. Mission and Emma Wilder who both do a great job. C.J. Mission sounds a bit like Chris Pine, to me at least. I would have liked a narrator with a deeper more gravely voice for Vicious Vaughn, but He did a good job either way. Emma Wilder has a feminine yet intelligent sounding voice which matched the college student very well.
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