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Tied (The Tangled Series) Paperback – October 7, 2014

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Book 4 of 4 in the Tangled Series

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Do you see how he's looking at her on that cover? Look closer if you have to. That look on his face tells every Drew Girl what she needs to know: TIED is sublimely irreverent, massively sexy and so frigging perfect readers will be bursting with giddy smiles. This, praise Emma, is the ending we all wanted. (Christina Lauren, NYT, USA Today & International Bestselling author)

About the Author

By day, Emma Chase is a devoted wife and mother who lives in a small, rural town in New Jersey. By night, she toils away bringing her colorful characters and their endless antics to life. Writing has always been her passion, and the release of her debut romantic comedy Tangled was nothing less than a dream come true. The subsequent books in her delightful, beloved series include Twisted, Tamed, and Tied. She is also the author of Sustained from her sexy new Legal Briefs series.
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Product Details

  • Series: The Tangled Series (Book 4)
  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Gallery Books (October 7, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1476785880
  • ISBN-13: 978-1476785882
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.8 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (314 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #347,531 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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It was trying to decide between 2 and 3 stars but I think 2 was enough. I'm sorry about my low rate. I read Tangled and loved it. I didn't read Twisted because of the low reviews and I don't like that kind of miscommunication. But I decided to read Tied because it was the last one and in the H's pov. SPOLER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER:
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????
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We’ve come very close to knowing Drew Evans and Kate Brooks’ story thanks to Emma Chase’s books Tangled and Twisted, and Tied should definitely not be read as a standalone. After experiencing their love-turns-to-hate relationship in the making and the unexpected addition to their couple, it is now time for readers to find out about them actually tying the knot!

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.
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What do they say about laughter? Laughter is the best medicine. Laughter is good for the soul. If you are looking to lift your spirits or reduce stress in your life, laughter is a sure thing. I just finished the concluding novel of the Tangled series, Tied, and laughed out loud the entire time I was reading! Emma Chase is incredibly talented at writing romantic comedy. If you are looking for a fantastic series in the romantic comedy genre, I highly recommend you begin with her first novel titled Tangled!

Drew and Kate are finally ready to take the plunge in Tied – to dive headfirst into marriage! Our couple is already living together and raising James, their two year-old son. One week prior to their wedding, the entire gang is heading to Las Vegas for one last hurrah! Drew is joined by Matthew, Steven, Jack O’Shay and Billy Warren. Kate is joined by Delores, Alexandra, and Drew’s secretary, Erin Burrows. The group is traveling together and staying in the same suite, with Vegas-style bachelor and bachelorette parties on the agenda. Now, I know what you are thinking. If you have read any of this series, you can only imagine the high jinx and misunderstandings which are bound to happen in Vegas. And guess what? Tied is infinitely better than anything your mind can conjure up!

Emma Chase has writing the interaction between Drew and Kate down to a science. Drew is as confident as they come. He tells it like it is. In his own opinion, he does no wrong. But Drew has had a hard time adjusting to the differences between men and women. Women don’t think like men, and until Kate, he never worried about that. Drew has learned some hard lessons since Kate disrupted his life, but he is learning. Fatherhood has been good for him.
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