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[ [ THE VINCENT BOYS BY(GLINES, ABBI )](AUTHOR)[HARDCOVER] Relié – 30 octobre 2012
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Beau, Sawyer, and Ashton were inseparable growing up, and Ashton and Beau were best friends. That is, until the boys started to notice that Ashton was changing in ways they didn't really expect. Pretty soon, it wasn't Ashton, her best friend Beau, and his cousin Sawyer; it was Ashton, her boyfriend Sawyer, and his cousin Beau. And Beau just sat back and watched for years, because Sawyer had moved first. But that didn't mean he liked what he saw. He saw Ashton changing again. She was trading in her fun-loving side for a girl who visited the nursing home on a regular basis, who never smarted off at anyone, and who never really spoke her mind. Then, when Sawyer goes on vacation, Ashton seems to remember what it was like to cut loose and begins to miss that part of her life. So she turns to the one person she knows will remember: Beau.
The chemistry between Ashton and Beau was A-ma-zing. Talk about sizzle! I loved their interactions and banter. In hindsight, perhaps Beau was a leeeetle possessive of Ashton, but when I was reading it wasn't something that bothered me. I think that's because Ashton is most definitely the kind of girl who can stick up for herself and isn't afraid to speak her mind to Beau, or anyone else later on. When Ashton lets herself be walked all over, I wanted to shake and her, and yell that I knew she was made of stiffer stuff than the way she was acting. It's always frustrating to see a strong character acting weak. Ashton realizes that's exactly what she's been doing, and Beau helps her break through her "good girl" patterns. She saw it as an internal struggle between being the good girl or the bad girl, but really it was about being the person everyone expected her to be or following her heart and being her true self.
I liked Sawyer, but not nearly as much as Beau. Probably because we get to know a lot more about Beau, being that the story alternates between his point of view and Ashton's. Some of my favorite parts were when we were inside Beau's head. *fans self* I'll just go ahead and point out here that this is definitely a book for older teens and young adults. There are some racier scenes, so keep that in mind if you're looking to recommend to a teen. Another issue that I've considered when I look back at the book is that if Ashton and Beau give in to their hearts, she'll be cheating on Sawyer. Again, oddly, this didn't bother me because she was so clearly with the wrong cousin! The way their relationship evolves is so natural and sweet. And more often than not, things aren't always black and white, just like in their situation.
If you're looking for a good read with fantastic characters, a good plot, and swoon-worthy scenes, The Vincent Boys is right up your ally! Did I mention there are boys with trucks? I really don't know what it is with me and boys who drive trucks. I'm a sucker for them, though. Is this a Southern thing? Sometimes, there's just something sexy 'bout a truck.
Also, love the cover!
Though the story was compelling, I was consistently put off by the numerous errors. Spelling, grammar, punctuation - the whole nine yards. It seemed as though every few pages I found myself wondering if the book was edited at all. For example:
"If it was Sawyer who had down this, I'd kill him."
"I decided it was to late..."
These mistakes may seem trivial, and they are. But when they are as frequent as they were in "The Vincent Boys" it really detracts from the quality of the book.
When it came to the quality of the story, as aforementioned, it was compelling albeit cliché. There were many scenes that I really liked, and a couple that I loved. If you are looking for a sweet, comfortable book that's a fast read where the ending wraps up nicely and no one gets hurt, this is not a bad book, especially given its low price. Just know that you are getting what you paid for, and don't expect to be blown away by the writing.
Abbi has crafted an AMAZING story of love, loss, truths, and heart breaks. This story will leave you breathless and wanting more and more after you finish the last page.
The Vincent boys is a story of love between Ashton and Sawyer. They have been dating for a few years and they are the perfect couple. The only thing is that Ashton is hiding something from Sawyer and when Sawyer leaves for the summer to vacation with his family that secret will come out.
While Sawyer is on vacation Ashton is left behind with no one to hang around and nothing to do so she decides to start hanging with Beau who she and Sawyer were best friends growing up. She leans on Beau when something happens to her and in doing that she has opened something she thought was closed for good. Beau is there for Ashton when Sawyer can not be so their relationship starts to turn into something else.
This is when Ashton realizes that no matter who she tries to be she needs to be true to herself and she needs to be true to Sawyer. Someone's heart will be broken and someone will gain a new love. Secrets will be revealed and relationships will be tested and lot's of peoples hearts will be broken and then mended back together.
What will Ashton do? Will she follow her heart or will she follow everyone else?
What is a girl supposed to do when she is in love with someone and in like with another? Does she tell the one she loves that he is the one or does she just sit back and watch someone else have the one she loves? Plus family secrets will rock the relationships of three families and lord knows every town loves a GOOD scandal.
In the end will love trump every card? Who will you love in the end Sawyer or Beau?????????
I am totally Team Beau for lot's of reasons!
Favorite quote: "I love Sawyer, Ash," Beau said quietly into the night. He sounded as if he was trying to convince me of this. "My whole life I've never envied him anything. Not his father. Not his mother. Not his money. Not his athletic abilities," he stopped and took a ragged breath. My heart ached for him. I squeezed the hand resting on his stomach into a fist to keep from reaching up and soothing him like a child. "Until the day I watched from across the football field as he picked you up and kissed you on the mouth. It wasn't your first kiss. I might have just been fourteen years old but I could tell I'd somehow been left out of a secret. I wanted to plant my fist in his face and rip you out of his arms. As I took a step toward him your eyes met mine and I saw the silent pleading for forgiveness or acceptance. I wasn't sure which. All I knew was you were Sawyer's now. My best friend was gone. I envied him and hated him for the first time that day. He'd finally won the one prize I thought was mine."
Glines, Abbi (2011-10-12). The Vincent Boys (Kindle Locations 1171-1178). Unknown. Kindle Edition.
Ashton is the preacher's daughter and ever since they met in preschool her best friends have been the Vincent boys, so it makes since that as they got older, that one would become Ash's boyfriend. Sawyer is the prince charming who is prefect. Beau is the bad boy who's definitely not. Ashton being the daughter of a preacher has to pretend to be prefect. So how can Ash be in love with the bad boy Beau? Ashton has tried to please everyone and in doing that has lost herself of who she really is. Beau has always loved the true Ashton and she never had to pretend with Beau. Beau love's the fire ball Ashton and he wants her to find her true self again, but for Ashton to be who she really is, will mean she will have to destroy the guy she loves and the guy she's in love with.
The storyline in The Vincent Boys is awesome, the romance is steamy hot. Ash and Beau's love is one that's going to take you to swoon heaven. I highly recommend The Vincent Boys as a must read. You will not want to miss Ash, Sawyer, and Beau's heart-breaking love story.
I supposed my extreme dislike of this book is my own fault. I absolutely LOVE Abbi Glines, and have read every other book she's written. When I saw what this book was about, I originally decided not to read it. However, after seeing the reviews, I felt that maybe I really would enjoy it. Boy was I wrong!
It's rare that I feel such utter disgust and loathing for two of the lead characters. I'm not completely opposed to some cheating in a romance, but in this book, it just sat wrong with me.
1) Beau and Ash had absolutely no sense of guilt. There was no real apology from either of them to Sawyer. They both thought that the fact that Sawyer "never loved the real Ash" was reason enough to betray him. But, who were they to decide that Sawyer didn't know the real her?
2) He never once got an apology from either of them, but was expected to defend Ash when she faced the backlash in school. Really? I know if my cousin stole MY boyfriend, I absolutely would not be defending either one of them. I certainly wasn't about to feel bad for Ash. In the end, Sawyer ended up apologizing to her AND getting beat up by Beau. WTF?
3) Ash was dumb. She was your typical "damsel in distress," yet she was supposed to be this spunky fireball that we never really got to see. She also made every excuse in the book for dragging both Beau and Sawyer along, making them all miserable in the process.
Although I found Beau and Ash to be despicable halfway through the book, I kept waiting for them to become redeemable characters. They didn't, and I found myself 100% on Sawyer's side. I will only read the sequel because Sawyer gets his HEA. Hopefully, Beau and Ash will have died in an accident or something and I get to read as little as possible about them.