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Let me tell you, Twisted was a monster to write.  Take Aden Stone and the three souls trapped inside his head - each with an ability of their own, like predicting the future, raising the dead and possessing other human bodies--add in Victoria, a vampire princess who saved his life . . . only to possibly lose her own, as well as Mary Ann, a human far more powerful than the witches and fairies hunting her, and Riley, a sexy werewolf shapeshifter whose loyalties are about to be tested, and you've got an adventure that nearly killed me.   
 
Okay, okay.  Perhaps I'm exaggerating just a wee bit.  But this book was difficult to write. There's a darkness inside of Aden, and that darkness is growing . . . overtaking him.  He's becoming an indestructible vampire, while his girlfriend is becoming a vulnerable human.  Talk about a cruel twist of fate!  (Yes.  I went there.)
 
On the other end of the spectrum, Mary Ann is on the run and dangerous to everyone she encounters.  Riley is hot on her heels, and determined to protect this girl he's falling in love with.  But.  There's always a "but" with me, isn't there?  Along the way, secrets are uncovered, old enemies resurface, and vicious battles are fought.  And the outcome isn't what anyone expects.
 
Because I'm, what?  Twisted.  (Yep.  I went there again.)
 
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       Aden took a menacing step toward her, then another. Victoria backed away slowly, trying not to be obvious in her cowardice. But he didn't stop coming, and she didn't stop retreating, and finally her back was pressed into a thick three trunk.  She didn't know this Aden, and didn't know how he'd react to the things she did and said.  Then he flattened his hands at her temples, his body brushing against hers and making her gasp, and she didn't know anything at all. He'd caged her in, surrounded her, becoming the center of her world.
 
     "Do I have your attention?" he asked.

 
Wishing you all the best!
Gena Showalter

From the Back Cover

What if you defied fate . . . 

And everything you knew became twisted . . . 
Including the person you loved?

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Product Details

  • Series: An Intertwined Novel
  • Hardcover: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Teen (August 30, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373210388
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373210381
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.8 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #581,708 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of over fifty "unputdownable" romance novels. She writes for both adults and young adults and her series include the Lords of the Underworld, the White Rabbit Chronicles, the Angels of the Dark, the Original Heartbreakers, the Otherworld Assassins, and several others. In addition to being a National Reader's Choice and RITA nominee, her romance novels have appeared in Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazine, and have been translated in multiple languages.

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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Kale on September 4, 2011
Format: Hardcover
What an aptly named disappointment. If you're looking for a continuation of all the wonderful things happening in the first two installments of this series, than be prepared to get nowhere fast.

Normally I write a brief summary of the book and then an evaluation but I am truly at a loss for a real concrete storyline. Yeah Aden got somewhere with the souls in his head but Showalter spent a majority of the book on Aden's new alter ego and complete character reversals for our two main couples. Everyone changed so drastically so fast that I found myself wondering who are these people and where did the wonderful characters I loved so much go?

When I first picked up Intertwined I was blown away, I mean vampires, werewolves, witches, necromancy, a couple of interesting wildcard paranormals and two love stories, this book has everything I love about the genre. I invested in this intriguing story and got involved with these characters. I looked forward to the continuation of these books every long year. And now I feel like the author just trashed everything I invested in.

I think Gena Showalter is the truly twisted one here. To wait a year for a book that makes me think even the author wasn't happy with the direction so she went completely insane with the characters, extra light on the storyline, and destroyed everything just so she could have a do over.

This book is about 98% filler. I get the idea of Twisted, but with a weak storyline and without the anchor of the characters and romances the fans have grown to like it became muddled and confusing at times. Showalter let go of everything all at once so it was hard to hold on to the bits and pieces I came back for.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mickie Garcia on July 15, 2012
Format: Hardcover
If you haven't read the book don't read this review. All I'm going to say before I go into detail is that it was extremely convoluted at times and that the characters end up going off of the deep end and completely changing and that the ending is a sad cry for help from an author confused by her own storyline.
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Let's start off with the good stuff: One of the interesting parts of the series is the subplots involving the soul's and their past lives. That being said it was nice to see Julian's backstory explained. However weird, it was still nice. Second, after all this time we get to see Aden's dad and go more into his backstory involving his parents, which was also cool, but also a letdown really because you don't get indepth at all, and end up with more questions. Thus we move on to the bad stuff because that is about all that was good in this book aside from silly jokes here and there.
The Bad: All of the characters end up doing a complete 180 that are, well, out of character. I mean Riley turning into a pansy ass druggie? No. Freaking. Way. We've established in the past 2 books that he defines the very term "Badass". Yes, he lost his wolf side, but the Riley we all know and love, wouldn't just take it. He'd get back up and keep fighting the good fight. On to Mary Ann. The girl was making some serious progress in Unraveled. She was learning to defend herself, being more courageous,and we got to see her grow in some really cool ways. But by the time we get into this plot she's weak, she's whiny, and ultimately more useless than she originally was. What's up with that?! Characters aren't supposed to DEvolve. Similarly, Victoria just gives up and decides to be useless when she starts to become human.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Shannon Lugenbeal on February 20, 2014
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I really enjoyed the series but I would not recommend to friend due to the fact that I have been waiting for the final book only to see on the authors website that she has pushed this series aside and who knows when our if the last book will ever come out. I have purchased all 3 books as they came out only to be disappointed that there is no ending. Wishing I could return them and get my money back now. To not publish a final book in a series is just the worst thing an author could do! I will not be buying any more of her books nor will I recommend any of then to my friends. Writing is her job and she should finish what she started when there are people out there that want an ending. I can understand if it takes longer but seriously how many years should we be expected to wait and on her website when she stated it had been pushed aside for other books it upset me butwhen she wrote "That is life" at the end of the paragraph it pissed me off to the point I will never buy another one of her books!!! Not even the final book in this series now. I dont care how it ends I will use my own imagination and create my own ending!!!! Thanks for leaving paying fans hanging for nothing!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mel Thomas on November 17, 2011
Format: Hardcover
This is my favorite YA series out right now and Aden has changed so much since the series opened with Intertwined. This book starts with the aftermath of Tucker stabbing Aden and Victoria trying to turn him into a vampire to save him. In this series it had been stated that humans can't be turned because it can also kill the vampire. Aden isn't a normal human so the circumstances for him were very different. I knew when Unraveled ended that the dynamic between Victoria and Aden would change I just wasn't expecting it to change so much.

I had a hard time connecting with Aden at first but when I got into the book and really understood what Gena was trying to do it was a lot easier to accept. Aden has grown, he's lost one of the souls that grounded him, had someone almost kill him and woke up with more than Victoria's blood inside of him. He's not the sweet, loving boy he was before. While I missed the Aden I loved I grew to love the badass beast tamer as well.

So much happened in this book. I don't wanna spoil things so I won't go into detail but I will say I can't stand Tucker so I was happy with his storyline. I love Riley but I wasn't happy with what happened there or how his part of the story ended. I like Victoria more after this book and feel for both Shannon and Mary Ann. Poor Aden's been through hell and this book was the toughest on him both physically and emotionally.

Once again Gena ended things with a cliffhanger that will completely change Aden's world. I'm curious if what he tried will work and how it will change things. I'm kinda hoping it doesn't work but it could open up a lot of possibilities if it did. This wasn't my favorite book in the series but it was still good. I wish I didn't have to wait until 2013 to see how this series ends. I give this book 3.5 stars.
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