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Entangled (The Fredrickson Winery Novels Book 1) Kindle Edition
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It was not hard reading by any means, but it was also not an elementary level book. Be prepared for some love scenes. But honestly, sometimes they do add to the storyline, right?
I hope to either purchase more in this series (if there is one) or get the author motivated to write more! Not that this was left with just a cliffhanger or anything, I have just loved how the storyline was developed, and would love to know where this could head into the future. Knowing how the characters have developed, interacted, and have grown leaves me with a lot of hope for more. I always love series/ books where there is a spin- off into a similar setting, but with acquaintances that the characters had, or will have.
Overall, this is a great value and I would highly recommend it. It is a great value for the price, and it simply cannot be beat! I will be purchasing more from this author in the future, and look forward to new releases.
Now at the age of 28 she is back at the scene of a horror her 8 year-old mind was blocking out. I enjoyed reading through the twists and turns of the mystery as she tries to unravel this past secret that is threatening to defeat her. The more she tries to remember, the greater the danger to her sanity as well as her life.
Ms. Brink has a way of pulling the reader in only to reveal another twist to the plot. I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. I couldn't put it down.
And the supposed plot twist at the very end? Well, I thought plot twists were supposed to be more compelling than the story the author tried to make you believe. This one was dull and the one real moment of danger ended rather quickly with little emotion. There were two things at risk, and both issues fizzled out without a struggle. For example, someone goes missing and you're supposed to fear the worst, but it ends up being a simple misunderstanding and wrapped up quickly—all in one neat little bow. No real danger, no real risk.
For women's fiction, I expected a stronger heroine at the end, or at least for one of the main characters to fight to save the day. Unfortunately, none of that happened.
I picked up Entangled because I love wine and the mystery takes place at a California vineyard. There wasn't too many details about winemaking, but what I did read was interesting.
The atmosphere of Entangled was fun and quirky for the most part. I thought the characters were entertaining and that's probably the one thing I'll take away as positive from the story. I hate that I feel this way, but I invested a lot of time following the mystery and waiting to be blown away. I wish I felt differently, but I probably won't be continuing with the series based on the ending and overall slow pace.
There were a lot of comparisons that didn't relate to the story, just the author trying to be creative or witty. Some were all right, but they got old fast. The grammar had so many mistakes. They didn't make the writing unintelligible, but they did seem sloppy.
I think Entangled has been out for a while and I noticed other reviewers complained about the grammar as well. So I feel the author has had plenty of time to correct these mistakes and simply doesn't care.
Entangled did hold my attention and it was a pleasant, light read. I enjoyed following the relationship between Billie and Handel. I felt like their relationship progressed at a reasonable pace. Speaking of which, I don't remember the author going too in-depth on how they were doing at the end of the book. There was an overview but not much else. Since the romance was pretty heavy throughout the book, I did expect a little more than that.
I'll give it three stars because it wasn't all bad—and it had wine—but it definitely wasn't my favorite and I wish it had been better.
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