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Product Details

  • Series: Torn
  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp (January 31, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9780758267054
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758267054
  • ASIN: 0758267053
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.5 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,179,695 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Here we have two strong male characters.
I truly still feel Torn between the two guys, both have mysterious pasts that are beginning to be revealed and like Mo I trust both.
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The series stand out from other books in the YA paranormal market and is definitely worth reading.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ashelynn Hetland on February 21, 2012
Format: Paperback
Tangled by Erica O'Rourke is an amazing continuation of Torn, the first in this brilliant series, one that everybody needs to read! If you love magic and the mafia, you'll love this trilogy.

Wow. Tangled was awesome. The stakes in this book are higher than ever (there's a good chance Mo won't make it out alive! YIKES!) and the romance is sizzling between Colin and Mo. Okay, yeah, I'm a Colin girl. Luc is okay, but COLIN. COLIN. HE'S COLIN. How can you NOT like him?

So in Torn, Mo fixed the magic lines and managed to avenge Verity's murder... which comes back to bite her in the butt in Tangled and now she needs to fix what she FIXED before and make it all better... except Colin doesn't want her to, and the Quartoren has a contract between them and her that if one party backs out, BAM! They're gone. As in, they'll be dead.

So THAT was an interesting stake.

Constance, Verity's little sister, is a major PITA. She's not grateful that Mo is helping her at all. Oh, and Constance's powers are coming in and nearly kill her. So she probably SHOULD be grateful. And it really pissed me off at times. I wanted to slam her head into a wall. REALLY? But I don't know, how would YOU feel towards your murdered sister's best friend? Especially one where the story going around is that the best friend might have gotten the murdered sister, well, murdered?

I still didn't like her.

Luc... and Colin. Oh MAN. Okay, see, I'm a HUGE Colin fan. Clearly. :smiles: I don't even think there's a Team Luc because WHY would anybody like Luc when there's Colin?? And seriously, if you ARE Team Luc (who are you people??? Chime in!) I'll bet you'll be swayed over to Colin's team at the end of the books.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Welling on February 3, 2012
Format: Paperback
First Impressions: I didn't realize that Tangled was the second book in a planned trilogy until I sat down to read it. Fortunately, I was informed that Tangled works well as a stand-alone novel if you haven't read the first book. I was really hoping that would be the case once I sat back down to finish reading. I did go an order myself a copy of the first book, Torn, that way I could go back and read what I missed.

First 50 Pages: I did feel as though I was missing out on something, but it didn't seem to be anything too major; just little details here and there that didn't really distract me from the novel. I also realized that this is going to be a difficult review to write without giving away too many spoilers. The book synopsis gives away too much already, in my opinion, but I will do my best to cover most of what I feel is important.

Characters & Plot: First, I would like to say that I enjoyed this author's style of writing. Her world-building is very well done and I was able to truly get into the story and the flow of the book. I don't know how to characterize this book. It is kind of Urban Fantasy, but it also had a contemporary feel to it mixed with some magic here and there. It was very different and unique in a good kind of away.

I love the main character, Mo. She is very complex and she has to deal with far too much in her young life. Her uncle is a mobster in Chicago and he father hasn't been around for most of her life because he had been in prison. Mo doesn't have an easy life any way that you dissect it and examine it. On one hand is her normal life, if you even call it normal because being in mob family is definitely not very normal. On the other hand is this magical community and she is supposed to be their savior or hero.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By princess bookie on May 15, 2012
Format: Paperback
My Thoughts: I remember first seeing Torn and I was hesitant to read it, but once I did I enjoyed it a lot so when I heard there was going to be another book in the series, I was very excited.

In Tangled, we are back with Mo and her crazy life. She's still divided between Colin and Luc. She's still battling her uncle's business and her "other" business. Mo has a lot on her hands. She had to stop an evil prophecy and learn just how to deal with real life in the process. Now she's out to save her best friend's sister Constance (remember her best friend died?) and she has to start thinking about where her future is going to go. Is she going to go against her uncle and choose Colin or if she going to finally give in and get with Luc, she is after all betrothed to him.

Gosh, this book was an emotional ride. From the troubles with her family, her own personal struggles every time she went in between, and just seeing how much she clearly cares about both boys, its a roller coaster ride.

The plot is filled with so many different things, things twisted and turned when you least expected it. She kisses both boys when you start to think she's going to end up with the opposite one, and she helps Constance in the process. And the fire, it made me cry a few tears! Very emotional!

Tangled is a very different kind of novel. The first part of the book I started to wonder if it was going to get better, or if anything major was going to happen, but just like with Torn, it all hits you at once and you look at the clock and it's the middle of the night.

Mo is such a likable character. Even though she's stubborn, I can see myself being best friends with her and helping her out through her daily life.

Overall:This series is different, but in a good way.
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