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So I came back to Greenville, Ohio, alone. Well, sort of alone What I've come to realize is that old habits die hard, and sometimes you have to go back to where you began before you can move ahead. The Tangled Series Audience: General Format: English Number Of Pages: Gallery Books. Help Centre. My Wishlist Sign In Join. Twisted The Tangled Series By: Emma Chase. Be the first to write a review. Share This eBook:. Add to Wishlist. Instant Download. Description eBook Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book!
More eBooks in Romance See All. Chin Dee. Chin Dee pinned post 30 Nov Book reviews Nov 30, at 7: Tangled series Drew Evans is a winner. He has loyal friends and an indulgent family. So why has he been shuttered in his apartment for seven days, miserable and depressed?
Katherine Brooks is brilliant, beautiful and ambitious. She refuses to let anything - or anyone - derail her path to success. The professional competition she brings is unnerving, his attraction to her is distracting, his failure to entice her into his bed is exasperating. Then, just when Drew is on the cusp of having everything he wants, his overblown confidence threatens to ruin it all. Will he be able untangle his feelings of lust and tenderness, frustration and fulfillment?
Will he rise to the most important challenge of his life? Can Drew Evans win at love? It is an outrageous, passionate, witty narrative about a man who knows a lot about women…just not as much as he thinks he knows. Holy Frigging Matrimony 1. What does Drew Evans have to say next? Find out in this forty page short story, filled with his sexy charm, unique advice and hilarious one-liners. Steven went first. No, no, no. I only look at my sweet Kate these days. I'm really sorry but your face doesn't seem familiar to me.
That's entirely possible since my face looks a tiny bit strained after having witnessed that effin' clusterfuck of yours. Do I make myself clear? By the way, Kate's on her way to meet up with us, so she can contribute something "nice" to this cozy round of ours.
I hope she's got a good color in store coz I gotta tell you, dude, anything is possible!
A speechless Drew. Wonders will never cease! You don't have to say anything at all right now coz I'm so effin' pissed off. Come on in! Sorry I'm late. That's alright, Kate honey. However, if you're late again I'm going to staple your hands to the conference table. Shut it, Drew. I can lip-read. I am over-fucking-joyed to see you both. Now let's get down to business, shall we?
I swear you two need a divine intervention to save you from your own stupidity and that's why I'm here. Oh, and Kate honey, remove your Jimmy Choos and put them in the corner, please. I don't want to get one of those thrown at my head when you can't rein in your temper while I'm going to give you a well-deserved lecture!
Oh please, don't push it, Katie baby. Remember, you're view spoiler [not pregnant anymore, so you can't blame your hormones. Let's get back to the topic at hand. What did you mean with Kate having a good color in store?
Well, I gotta jog your memory, Drew sweetie. And you mix blue and red together? And you get…" "Purple! Babies are kind of like that. A little blue paint from the daddy, some red paint from the mommy, shake it all together, and boom--you get a whole new person. Hopefully not purple, but if Aunt Delores is involved? Anything is possible. I must be a bit slow on the uptake…I don't get it. You are so mean, Baba. BTW, that was so much fun, wasn't it? Well, back to the issue at hand. Let's see…a little green paint from Drew, some yellow paint from Kate, and Baba is going to shake it all together, and boom--she gets a whole new couple at the end of that process.
A sexy lovestruck couple who happens to talk to each other early, often and well. Easy peasy. No more clusterfucks of epic proportions in the future. Excuse me? What do you mean? Your lecture, of course, are you going to view spoiler [end it anytime soon?
I am so pro communication, you morons! Do I have to spell it out for you? Lack of communication and miscommunication is one of my biggest pet peeves! In case your minds are still functioning, you can use your brain cells to give a couple impulses so you can form reasonable words and compose entire coherent sentences.
You don't just assume stuff all the time. Use your mouth to ask questions or use sign language or whatever the hell you want but do communicate properly please.
If the questions are not answered satisfactorily then you do a follow up. And, to respond to your question, yes, view spoiler [I'm going to end my lecture but not yet. I'd like to… Baba: Hold off, Kate. Here's the next lecture. Come on, really? What the heck were you thinking? Plus, it's too easy to blame view spoiler [your hormones for hide spoiler ] spoiling for a fight. You were being irrational and unfair.
Erm… Baba: Spare me. I don't wanna hear it. And this is my final lecture. I could practically smell view spoiler [that old baby plot device when I first read about YOU being tired hide spoiler ] blah blah blah.
I didn't like your POV because you are not half as funny as Drew who, lucky me, made me laugh my ass off once again. I think I should be in charge for the next book. Kate honey, don't give me that look, please. It's not my fault that my POV is funnier, cruder and more engaging. Yep, I want your POV back and all of your brain cells. You need to step up your game, guys!
I think the plot was effin' ridiculous, unrealistic and that view spoiler [baby hide spoiler ] plot device is so old it's not even funny anymore. Jumping to conclusions, misunderstanding over misunderstanding and the whole situation is totally FUBAR. I didn't like Kate's POV which, by the way, kinda reminded me of Drew but wasn't as stellar as Drew's, not by a long shot.
And what the heck was up with Billy? If I remember correctly I didn't like that asshat in Tangled at all and now I kinda fell for kind Billy boy. Did he have a personality change? Also, I think that Kate was as much to blame for that epic clusterfuck as Drew.
It's just pathetic and I doubt that real people would act so stupidly. And last but not least, I was so effin' annoyed when Drew and Kate view spoiler [were back together and had their first talk in the park and she did hold off to spell out that magic P-word. Did she do it to prolong the misery?
Jesus Christ on a crutch. It goes without saying that the epilogue was the BEST part of the entire book. I want Drew's POV back. Drew forever. Well, who knows, Drew might make it worth your while… Drew: Go practice! It might help to make your sweet Kate happy. My very last word… view spoiler [ hide spoiler ] http: View all 94 comments. May 26, Jill rated it really liked it Shelves: This is not anything like I'd expected. Twisted is not another Tangled This has a more serious tone, is not quite as funny.
But still steamy, romantic, and fun. Told mostly from Kate's point-of-view Twisted is set two years down the track.
Drew unsurprisingly stuffs up. And Kate is not happy. The epilogue - from Drew's pov - contain 4. The epilogue - from Drew's pov - contains some pearls of wisdom from the man himself. Readers for the most part are going to be pretty happy with this sequel. But I also think there may be some disgruntled readers who will compare this unfavorably to Tangled. Just bear in mind this is not written in the same style as the first book. There are some well-worn plot devices that have been used here, but written tightly, with clever, sharp narrative and dialogue.
But happily for readers — and wisely written by Emma Chase — the epilogue is all Drew. I think Twisted shows author, Emma Chase is not a one-hit-wonder, but a versatile and talented writer.
In all, Twisted is a wonderful sequel to Tangled and one well worth reading on day of release. View all comments. May 26, Christy rated it really liked it. Not all love stories end happily ever after. After hearing there was going to be a sequel for Tangled , I was stoked. I have to say bravo to the author. Kate was funny and although I wanted to see what was go 4 Twisted stars!
But back to Drew Drew and Kate have been together two years. Living together, working together, being together- things are going well for them. That is until things get all messed up. And thank god for little Mckenzie and her comic relief!
My mom and dad has sex! You only get to come every seventy-five years? Even though his actions were screwed up at times, he always loves Kate, and I feel like he proves it in a big way. Twisted was different than Tangled in many ways. It was full of angst, drama and stress inducing moments. Miscommunications, relationship issues, hard choices. They were all prominent factors in this story. At times, I felt the author was trying to torture me. My emotions were all over the place.
I laughed, I cried, and I was a nervous wreck for over half of the book! There are still some very funny and very sexy times! My most favorite part of the story- the epilogue. I absolutely love this authors writing style. I will read anything she writes! But word to the wise- if you start this expecting another Tangled , change your expectations. View all 90 comments. I refuse to believe this book was written by the same person who's written Tangled.
I loved Tangled. This book? You know, when you pull an elastic band, and then leave it.. This book was like that elastic band, being pulled to the brim and then left, which hurts us readers..
This book didn't live up. I only liked the epilogue of this book, because it was written in Drew's POV. I didn't enjoy being inside Kate's head. It made me want to punch her.
I didn't enjoy it one bit. Tangled was a times better.. But saying that.. I will read Tied. But that is like months away. I expected it to be not as good as Tangled.. I kept them low to avoid disappointment.
And here I am. This book had no story, No humor. One could have forgone this book. It just wasn't needed. Nothing happened.. Except major draggy drama.
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It didn't suite her, this style.. This book was based on miscommunication. Like wow, thats what we need. It was stupid, I wanted to punch 'em both all the time, but Kate more. It was fillers. I hate it when that happens, when authors fill their book with fillers with no base to hold it.
View all 33 comments. Be prepared for Kate 2. This is a hard story to review without spoilers, but I will do my absolute best. If you loved Tangled and plan to read this book, I fully recommend you skip reading reviews period. Just get the book and dive in, seriously. You will thank me!!
Now, onto my spoiler free thoughts: First of all, WOW!!! OMG, Kate!! Who knew?! This is her story, and there is a lot more to her than we see from 4. You thought she was a goody two-shoes girl? Me too.
In reality? Oh, not even. It's two years later, and Drew and Kate are going strong. Or, so they think. And Drew messes up. No surprise there, right?! And so the course these two are on suddenly shifts, they are at a big impasse, and nothing is as it was. Sometimes it was in anger or frustration, other times it was in warning, and still other times it was just me being in total awe of him.
And when he pours his heart out to Kate, it will have you on your knees! I just love this guy! He is a strong presence in this book, even if it is Kate's story. The motley crew of friends and family from Tangled are all here. Dee Dee is a fucking crackup in this one!
I am so glad we get her story next, I cannot wait for that one. Final Thoughts Yes, I loved this book!! However, just like Drew - it was awesome, but not perfect. I had some small niggles about this story in some places, but I wont go into detail as that would be a spoiler. I will just say this: Was this story as great as Tangled? Yes and no. Parts of it blows the first book out of the water oh, it's HOT!
It is a slight bit darker and more serious in tone than Tangled, too. She is one awesome lady, and Drew certainly knows how to pick 'em. View all 74 comments. Whoever said it didn't know a fucking thing about love. Ignorance is better; it's painless.
Last we saw Kate and Drew, they were together and basking in lots of post coital glow.
I wasn't really sure why a second book was necessary, but I loved Tangled and Emma Chase's writing, so there was no question about me r 3. I wasn't really sure why a second book was necessary, but I loved Tangled and Emma Chase's writing, so there was no question about me reading this one. Now in reading that quote, you're probably confused about what happens in this book for such a sharp turn around to be taken, right?
And you're now expecting me to tell you what happens, right?
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Well dream on! Cause I'm not doing it. I'm sadistic like that, what can I say? Let's just say that Drew screws up.
I was a little worried that nothing could possibly beat the awesomeness that was Drew in book 1. And you know what? You really can't. But Kate's POV came pretty damn close. Add in all the characters from the previous book, and there were plenty of laugh out loud moments, Everyone- can I have your attention, please? Mackenzie has an announcement she'd like to make" "My mom and dad had sex!
Until Matthew raises his glass. It's like Halley's Comet, right? You only get to come ever seventy-five years? I couldn't get enough of it. See, here's the thing. I love angst in books.
I'm a regular angst whore. But what I absolutely don't like is manufactured drama. What we have here is a HUGE misunderstanding that spans practically the entire book where all that can resolve it is one word. You're probably thinking now. One word? One word. As much as I wanted to lay the blame solely on Drew's shoulders, I couldn't. Because Kate was equal parts responsible for it.
Truthfully, it just felt way too drawn out. But saying all that, I still liked the book quite a bit.