Title: Evanescent Ink
Author: Sibylla Matilde
“A fleeting weakness, a tenuous moment wrought of pain and remorse that I wanted burned into my skin, never to forget. Yet, when she touched me, it all vanished… like an evanescent ink.”
Drew Massey’s life is suddenly turned upside down. On the heels of a crippling breakup, he is determined to learn his lesson. Never trust. Never love. Never open up to that kind of pain again. In the midst of creating a permanent reminder of his vow, he is interrupted by the one person who has the power to heal his heart.
At first glance, Raven Pelletier exudes confidence and independence. She’s tough as nails and willing to help Drew put his demons to rest by offering him a delicious distraction with a no-strings-attached physical release of the persistent bitterness that remains.
Yet somehow, the need for her seeps through. The taste of her lingers. Everything about her teases and tempts him to go a little farther and get a little deeper. It drives his passion until he realizes the very thing that alleviates the ache may actually shred his soul in the end.
It was supposed to be easy. It was supposed to be temporary. It was never supposed to mean a thing… but the freedom from pain is so intoxicating, how can he ever let her go?
I love the Copperline series, and Evanescent is a great continuous to it.
Maggie was pure poison to Drew. She was not a good fit for him. She was controlling, and only looked out for herself. But when she breaks up with Drew it left him in a downward spiral. He Thought he was broke and never wanted to love again. Until Raven. He had no idea she would come in and turn his world around. He had no idea he could feel what he does towards her. But Raven isn’t that simple.
What they started as friends.. was supposed to be just that. friends there for each other when they needed something.
You can’t go wrong with this series. I have fallen in love with each and every one of these guys. This is a 5 star read for me. I feltThe character development was on key, the descriptions given to picture what was happening laid out vividly. I could picture it in my mind. And the steam punk scene. Probably my favorite scene. I just can’t get past it! I Highly recommend reading this one!!!