The Vincent Boys is a speed read that will appeal to romance fans, particularly those who enjoy a good love triangle. Teen girls who who have felt pressure to be the "good girl" and have found themselves attracted to the "bad boy" will relate to Ashton, who has buried a part of herself to please others. Eventually, she comes to terms with who she really is and decides to live her life more honestly. This novel could have used a bit more time with a red pen before its release as grammatical and spelling errors are frequent and tough to ignore. Teens party, language is occasionally strong (b-tch, wh-re, a-s, sl-t, d-mn, crap, f--k, sh-t, c-ck, do-che bag), and some descriptions of romantic interactions border on erotic. The author has this to say on her website: "While it isn't 'romance novel' explicit, it does get more graphic than I'd feel comfortable with a younger teen reading." Fans can follow this steamy love triangle in the next installment in the series, The Vincent Brothers.