My ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Priceless Ink (The Cortell Brothers, Book #5) by Giulia Lagomarsino @crzybookladyluv @EJBookPromos

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

To say these two are from different worlds is putting it mildly.

Joe Cortell, the baby of the Cortell brothers, always ready with a joke, a smile or just to cause trouble, he’s the baby brother and has the job down to a T. Joe is always ready to help out his brothers, even if they don’t want his kind of help. He supports them all the time and when he needs their support, they let him down.

Sofia Lancaster comes from a very prominent Chicago family. However, even with the riches that her family has, she is not a happy woman. She has been catered to her whole life and doesn’t really know what to do in the real world. Needless to say, when she ends up in the small town living above a tattoo shop, she is beyond herself.

I love the Cortell brothers and while I’ve loved each of their books, I think Priceless Ink was probably my favorite. I still think that Joe’s love life should have been shared on the town FB page though. Joe and Sofia couldn’t come from more different worlds, but Joe is exactly the person for Sofia. He’s sweet, generous, funny, loyal and if you end up on his bad side, be prepared for some not so nice treatment. I love reading these books, they are full of funny scenes, wonderful characters, a loving family, and great love stories. The Cortell brothers are close, and they think they do no wrong, but the women in their lives prove to them that they each have some learning to do. Corduroy should really get his own book too, he is a part of the Cortell brothers by acquaintance and he is helpful when it comes to their relationships as well, LOL. I give this book a 5-star review and I am looking forward to Andrew’s book. If you’re looking for a book that will have you laughing, crying, wanting to yell at some brothers to support the main character, you will love Priceless Ink. It had me laughing from the beginning of the book, but there were some rough parts as well. Overall, it’s an awesome read.

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