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Tied (The Tangled Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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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.
Tied is around Kate and Drew’s bachelor(ette) parties in Las Vegas, so it’s a pretty standard plot around the usual Vegas temptation and their consequences on the impending marriage. I can’t say I find the concept very exciting but since I had just finished reading Tamed by Emma Chased (and I loved it) I gave Tied a go.
As (kind of) expected, I was a bit disappointed by this book. It still had the fun and the sass that the other Emma Chase books had, but the story as such didn’t really grip me. Although I really liked the first chapters, with flashbacks on Drew and Kate’s first steps as parents etc., the rest (basically when the Vegas part of the story started) mainly felt like a series of jokes patched together, and although they were funny, the story didn’t really grow or evolve from there.
We are back to hearing Drew’s POV, whose cocky behaviour and dirty mind readers have come to appreciate in Book #1, Tangled. I was one of those. I really liked Drew, and he was funny as hell. And in Tied, Emma Chase wanted to demonstrate that he become a better man: he is completely whipped by Kate, would stay faithful to her forever, and would never, ever hurt her. But apart from that, Drew’s character grew into a chauvinistic jerk, and that completely put me off.
I was sincerely tired of him calling female people - including Kate’s best friend - ugly names. Or just the way he describes curvier women and how he would never touch them with a stick etc. His whole vision of women really disgusted me, and totally tainted this book.
Worst things include:
“Bikinis as far as the eyes can see - some I wish I didn’t see. Remember, ladies, two-piece bathing suits are a privilege, not a right.”
“Women are like cleenex - soft, disposable, a convenient place to come.”
“She’s sort of hort - in an aging-hooker, been-around-the-block, her-p****y-is-probably-as-wide-as-the-Lincoln-tunnel kind of way.”
The worst thing about it, is that you would think Drew would change after all he’d been trough but no, he didn’t. And he seems totally entitled to think those thoughts, which I do not support. Well, I’ll end that review on this note. If you don’t mind crude remarks a 17-year-old none-the-wise teenage player would say, and a story that’s mediocre fun and not necessarily earth-shattering, then you might enjoy Tied. If not, leave it to Tangled and Twisted, where Drew still remains somewhat decent and Kate doesn’t have to put up as a total chauvinistic douche as a husband.
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I've read all of the books in The Tangled Series by Emma Chase and I enjoyed them. This book is so off-putting, I can't even finish it.
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