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In the fourth sexy romance by the New York Times bestselling author of Tangled and Twisted, Drew and Kate can’t wait to tie the knot—if they can survive the pre-wedding festivities.
For most of my life, I never imagined I’d get married. But Kate did the impossible: she changed me. I think we can all agree I was pretty frigging awesome before, but now I’m even better.
The road to this day wasn’t all rainbows and boners. There were mistakes and misunderstandings worthy of a Greek tragedy. But Kate and I made it through with our inexhaustible lust, boundless admiration, and everlasting love for one another intact.
That being said, there were some unexpected incidents in Vegas last weekend that could have been a problem. It was kind of... my final test.
I know what you’re thinking—what the hell did you do this time? Relax. Let’s not judge, or call for my castration, until you've heard the whole story.
And hold on tight, because you’re in for a wild ride. Did you expect anything less?
Review: Kirsty Lander:
I do love me some Drew. :) This was the perfect ending to one of the best series I've read. I have favourites that are well written, favourites that are deep and meaningful, favourites that have characters I can't forget.. this series, it has all of that and more. It's an all round brilliant series with everything I love in a book. Emma Chase can do no wrong.
"Prince William and Kate can kiss my ass. Amateurs.
We’ve got this wedding-of-the-century thing in the bag."
The day has finally arrived.. the man nobody expected to marry, Drew, is finally marrying the love of his life, Kate, and we get to go along for the ride as they enjoy their 'last hurrah' before tying the knot. The joint bachelor/bachelorette parties in Las Vegas. What could possibly go wrong?
The answer.. a lot of misunderstandings! In true Drew and Kate style, their respective parties wouldn't be parties without a little drama and miscommunication here and there. As has been common in this series, Drew and Kate and their crazy bunch of friends can't help but get up to mischief in this book and I for one, loved it. Nobody wants a drama free book, we want to see the angst and be on the edge of our seats, and whilst readingTied, that's exactly what we get. At many times I was truly concerned about which way the characters would act, but I was never disappointed.
My absolute favourite thing about this final book was seeing the change in Drew. The Drew we meet in Tangled is a million miles from the Drew we end up with in Tied. He has grown so much and changed in to the perfect kind of husband and father. The character growth is so apparent, Emma Chase has really done a wonderful job. I feel like his character is one of the most genuine I've read about.
"Kate has forgiven me for my screwups and she trust me, even when I don't always give
her reason to. Mercy is a gift - given out of love, not worthiness.
And that's what Kate will always be to me. She's my mercy."
I'm sad to say goodbye to these characters but it sure has been a fun ride.
I rated "Tied" 5 Hearts
"I hover over her, just close enough to caress her with my breath. “Fuck, Kate, the things I want to do to you…”
Her round, dark eyes drift over my face — filled with love and need. Docile and demanding at the same time.
“I’m yours, Drew.” She whispers. “You can do anything…everything.”
Does she understand what she’s offering? How badly I want to hear her voice, soaked with pleasure, screaming my name until it echoes off the hills around us?
Oh, the possibilities."
By day, Emma Chase is a devoted wife and mother of two who resides in a small, rural town in New Jersey. By night she is a keyboard crusader, toiling away the hours to bring her colorful characters and their endless antics to life. She has a long standing love/hate relationship with caffeine.
Emma is an avid reader. Before her children were born she was known to consume whole books in a single day. Writing has also always been a passion and with the 2013 release of her debut romantic comedy, Tangled, the ability to now call herself an author is nothing less than a dream come true.