- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 6 hours and 32 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Kristen Middleton
- Audible.com Release Date: October 15, 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OKJTK4O
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Tangled Fury: Tangled, Book 3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Sinclair and Tiffany's (her story is in the 2nd in the series) romances were complicated and full of twists, but nothing like what Sera has to deal with. Loved the side story of her telepathic family as well.
Sera has some very serious and dangerous to work with and yet she does not let her chemistry driven hormones rule her life and fights for what she wants and deserves.
Loved that Fred takes it upon himself, retired cop that he is, to seek out the justice that these two woman have due (as well as their loved ones), but are unable to get due to the courts, and the current laws. Michael and Ray are some of the worst that humanity is and their twisted minds that drive them bringing danger and intrigue to the story that Middleton has created and build upon to culminate in this story.
As a late twenties/early thirties reader I found this book to be the most relatable for my age group (as far as the Tangled series goes.) I was truly touched by the reasoning behind a lot of Sera's choices in staying/leaving her husband when he was abusive. They felt so raw and real, and as a mother myself I could totally understand the justification behind her actions.
Progressively, with each book I've read by Middleton, I'm feeling the connection and chemistry between characters escalate. The end of Tangled Beauty left me with an unanswered appetite, while Tangled Mess made me feel assuaged and giddy, and Tangled Fury left me feeling satisfied and swoon-y. I know, what a wonderful adjective. :P
This is a great book for women to read if they need hope that there's such a thing as love after tragedy. Or that they ARE beautiful and worth something even if one man just refused to see it. It's inspiring.
There were a lot of minor typos, which thankfully rarely bother or stumble me up when I'm reading, but be prepared if they bother you. Also, early on, I was a bit thrown by the timing of this book, as Thane says that Sinclair's episode with the stalker was 'weeks ago,' there's no mention of her pregnancy which was alluded to at the end of Tangled Mess, and Tiffany spoke to a girl named Angie about her being jealous that she marrying an 'actor' when she ended her book by ending a rock star? I gathered that the timing must have been a little skewed as I continued to read on, so please be advised of that.
Lastly, so loving that this guy was the rugged type. Yummy.