Saturday, March 28, 2015

Anticipation (Brothers Ink Book 2) by Sarah Mayberry Review

Synopsis Courtesy of Amazon:

The eagerly awaited next instalment in New York Times bestseller Sarah Mayberry's Brothers Ink Series!
Blue Sullivan knows a player when she sees one. And Eddie Oliveira—charm and sex personified—was born to play. She never wanted him to say goodbye, so for the last ten years she’s ignored the sizzling attraction between them and focused on being the best sidekick a guy could have. Smart girl, right?

Then Blue has a serious accident, and overnight Eddie changes. Suddenly he’s more intense and singularly devoted…to her. With all this sexy attention, it’s hard to stay within the boundaries she’s scrupulously drawn. The temptation, the anticipation builds and, finally, she has to have what he’s offering. Of course Eddie proves to be brilliant. Now, she worries he’s ruined her forever, as well as the friendship that is so important to her.... 

My Review:

An amazing story not to be missed.

Ten years is a long time to be secretly in love with someone.  Blue Sullivan knew she could never have Eddie Oliveira’s love.  She had seen him date and break the hearts of many women over the years.  One could never hold his interest for very long.  She refused to be one of those broken hearted girls.  Staying friends was the only way to be.

Blue lost her parents at a very young age and has vowed never to show emotions or let anyone close enough to hurt her again.  For this reason, she never had any real relationships with men.  She preferred one night stands or friends with benefits. 

After a terrible accident leaves Blue in the hospital, Eddie’s concern starts showing.  Everyone could see it.  He wanted her and not just as a friend anymore.  How far will Eddie go to prove to Blue he can and will love her forever?  Will Blue finally be able to move forward from her past to find true love and happiness? 

I really enjoyed this book.  The writing, the characters, their backgrounds, everything was so well written that it hooked me right from the start. 


  1. It is good. I want to read the first one now and then the one that comes next.