Twisted picks up about two years after Tangled, but from Kate’s POV. Kate and Drew are of course making a dynamite team at work. However, when they are faced with a bump in their personal lives, they both react in true Kate and Drew fashion.
But not all love stories end happily ever after. Did you think Drew and I were going to ride off into the sunset? Join the club
Angry and hurt, Kate decides that she needs to head back to Greenville for a few days. Getting to see Kate’s hometown and a look at the past, helped me understand more of her friendship with Dee Dee and Billy. Especially Billy. Seeing him from Kate’s eyes, instead of Drew’s, changed the way I thought of him completely. I actually liked him. And appreciated his sense of humor and the way he cares for both Kate and Dee Dee.
I enjoyed Tangled a lot and wasn’t sure about reading Twisted from Kate’s POV. However, I may have ended up actually enjoying Twisted even more than Tangled. *gasp* I know, I’m one of the few. Kate’s sense of humor was just as great as Drew’s. She had me cracking up throughout the whole book. She could openly admit her weaknesses and faults. But she also worked through them, and gained some independence. And grow past it. And eventually stuck to her guns about the things she wanted/needed in the future.
Drew still won my heart again. Even though I was angry at him – and Kate too – he still was the Drew we all love. Seeing him interact with Mackenzie was incredibly cute. It had me cracking up during the “where do babies come from” scene. But more than that, I loved seeing how much Drew really loves Kate. That’s what really won me over.
I wasn’t expecting some harder scenes present in this book, but they were peppered throughout. Chase did a great job of mixing the heavier moments with the lighter ones. This was a fantastic read.
Can’t wait to read Dee Dee’s book. She is a firecracker and a half, it’s going to be a bucket of laughs!
*Thanks to NetGalley and Gallery Books for providing this copy in exchange for an honest review.