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It was funny and sweet in parts: Drew's love for Kate and his son. When he was talking about James and Kate.His devotion for them. The domestic and the whole family interactions
And of course , his way of talking and explaining his reasons. Always hilarious. But that's where the story lost me. Because of the gratuitous Bachelor/Bachelorette party in Vegas. Nothing against Vegas. But after 4 years together and a 2 years old boy I think that strip club scene was unnecessary. Drew said that the bachelor party was more for his friends than for him. He was more like a bystander. So WHY did he let himself get tied in a chair on the strip club stage and this stripper was of course stripping in his lap, then she stuck her thong in his mouth and she spread her legs in his face showing all her "very private inner parts". Eeewww. I think that was disrespectful with Kate and even the readers. Kate and Drew were already living together for almost 5 years I didn't see a reason to celebrate his "last minute" of freedom having some other woman vagina spread in all its glory in his face. He was already committed to her right? It's not the strip club the problem , it was the situations. Then, later this same stripper married Billy Warren (Kate and Dee Dee's friend) and Drew found her ins his hotel room taking a shower with no shame walking naked in front of the hero. I was like: WHAT????
Well I went to read this book for escapism and a good end for Kate and Drew. (There was a great HEA). I wasn't expecting a bunch of guys including the hero Having a hard on a strip club, it was a chip attempt of creating drama and it diminished and discredited the love between the H/h.
It was too much time spent in Vegas in vain and immature situations. I got detached from the story when the story line shifted from the family and domestic set up for the Vegas. A bunch of other books has the same plot: drunk until they black out, alcohol and drug induced situations, strippers, cops, fights, stop in the jail. After 5 years together this Vegas plot it was banal.
Just my opinion. Like I said before after 5 years together I think this kind of bachelor/bachelorette party was very immature specially those were adults in their 30's already. It is not Vegas, is the way they played in Vegas. I'm disappointed.
At least the wedding was great, sweet and worthy the reading.
"I think we can all agree I was pretty frigging awesome before. . . but now I'm even better."
In this final installment of the series, Drew and Kate are set to get married and I couldn't be happier for them. After everything they've gone through I didn't think I would see this day coming and yet it's here! But before the the big day there's got to be some pre-celebration and drama, right? That's exactly what the gang thought too so they decide to take the happy couple to Las Vegas for the unforgettable bachelor and bachelorette parties. And what parties those were!
"My Las Vegas bachelor party. . . The night before you ship off to war or, if you're a woman, start a diet."
This whole book is an adventure/celebration for Drew and all the other characters. When they head to Vegas they play and indulge themselves in pleasures of the city like pros. So all their activities and interactions are definitely sights to be seen because everything they do is hilarious, hilarious, and more hilarious. Really, they made me laugh so much I didn't want this book to end.
I loved seeing the whole Tangled gang in this book: Drew, Kate, Matthew, Dee-Dee, Alexandra, Steven, and the rest of the families. All together they made the whole story and the adventures in Vegas absolutely remarkable. This group of characters are amazing together, from teasing and loving each other and to driving themselves crazy, they're just an exceptional group of crazy friends with strong ties that are unbreakable no matter what. . .
"The guy code restricts how much you can mock a friends's significant other. There's an imaginary line. And if Matthew's reaction is any indication? I just crossed it. He lands an angry punch to my right leg. In the spot above my knee--the charley-horse region--that makes pain echo up down my femure. "Ow! God damn it!""
Hahaha. Yes, this book was so much fun to read as it reminded me of how much I missed Drew and his eloquence. He was beyond hilarious with all his "educational" advice for us ladies and a few of his critics towards some "important" topics. He was also extra hot this time around. Omg, him and Kate almost set my iPad on fire a couple of times and I loved it! Their physical connection was sizzling and their emotional connection was just bewitching.
"She's perfect. It shouldn't surprise me--I know what she looks like. But still, every view of Kate's firm tits, her flat waist, her toned, smooth legs, revs me up like a kid getting his first glimpse of porn. Because she's mine. Because she's amazing. Because she wants me as badly as I want her."
Just like Drew said: "For most of my life, I never imagined I’d get married. But Kate did the impossible: she changed me." And yes, she did! Drew has changed so much with every book but he learns some of his biggest lessons in Tied when jealousy and temptation come to test him one last time. Lessons that stick with him this time because they're driven by his immense love for Kate, his family, and his strong desire to always protect them. That was an emotional and captivating side of Drew that was new to me and I loved discovering. It's been incredible to see how love has changed him; from being a selfish and self-centered player, Drew grows into an understanding, supportive, and dedicated man for Kate so he indeed becomes more awesome as he said and I didn't think that was even possible. But it was and now this prodigy of a man is getting his official happily ever after and it feels kind of surreal because his journey wasn't easy but he more than anyone can tell you that it was absolutely frigging worth it! ♥
"She hugs me--holds me--resting her cheek against my heart. "I love you, Drew."
"Mercy is a gift--given out of love, not worthiness. And that's what Kate will always be to me. She's my mercy."
So here's my wedding toast: to Drew, Kate, and Emma Chase! Thank you for making me laugh nonstop through out the whole series, for making me love these fabulous characters, and for giving me the perfect ending to the story about a player I'll never forget! You guys rocked my world so cheers to you!! ♥♥♥