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    Refreshing point of view

    Was not sure about this book after reading the back book cover but took a chance and dont regret it AT ALL. I have always wondered what it would be like to read this type of book from the mans perspective. Didn't think it could be done and still end up with a good read. I WAS WRONG! Emma Chase you are BRILLIANT! LOVED THIS BOOK.
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    Tangled and twisted

    Absolutely loved them
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    Loved it!

    Oh my! I have had this book for a year and was hoarding it for the perfect moment which apparently is now. Let me put this out there for those who have not read TANGLED: if you are expecting to read about a man who worships at the altar of his woman, says sweet and poetic things to her and is generally the perfect man, then you are definitely in the wrong place because Drew Evans is a sexist, charming, cocky, arrogant douchebag, manwhore, …… (I’m certain there are a lot of words to describe him). Drew is one of New York’s elite, a successful young professional, the Golden Boy in investment banking circles and has the lifestyle to show for it. He’s rich, handsome, dresses well, works just as hard as he plays – a regular on New York’s bar/club scene, a different woman every night, not interested in commitment. Until he’s brought to his knees by Katherine Brooks. Kate is a recent MBA graduate, out celebrating her new job with her friends when she meets Drew. For someone who can get the woman of his choice with just a smile, Drew finds himself working for it with Kate and still strikes out. Come Monday morning, Drew discovers that Kate is a new hire in Drew’s father’s investment banking firm. She’s smart, she’s gorgeous, headed for the top and now very firmly in the ‘Off-limits’ category as Drew does not get involved with his coworkers. Now he gets to channel his uappeased frustration into his job because Kate is about to give him a run for his money professionally! What begins as lust becomes professional competition, graduates to a mutually respectful colleagueship and finally to a romantic relationship. Drew has never been in love or in a relationship before and has never had to compete with another guy for a woman’s attention, so he finds himself in unexplored territory with his feelings for Kate and completely messes up when faced with the possibility that he might lose Kate to another guy, which leads to his ‘flu’ or for those of us familiar with the feeling – love sickness. In the end, Drew still is charming, cocky and arrogant but he has been completely leveled by the one thing he was not looking for but cannot live without: his love for Kate. Yes, Drew’s humor was sometimes derisive and often of the frat boy variety but very funny and he did not pretend to be anyone he was not. He’s the guy other guys want to be, the bad boy every woman thinks she can tame, the man women with even an iota of self-preservation stay way from and I enjoyed getting this eye-opening view into the workings of the male mind. Guys, if this is true, you should quake because now that the ladies know, game on! The appeal of TANGLED lies in the fact that the story is told completely in a male POV and in a conversational style, which is unique. I would have liked more on Kate’s background, but that does not take away from my enjoyment of Drew’s narrative. TANGLED is irreverent, hilarious, politically incorrect and filled with self-deprecating humor!
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    Tangled

    I enjoyed the book Tangled. The book was overal a "fun" story. The characters were fun. Drew doesn't appologize for his personality which I like. Too many times people don't like the reality that men are actually like this character, which doesn't make them bad; just makes them real. It takes a real woman to handle a man with that much testosterone.
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    Refreshingly wonderful!

    At first, I was a little leery of reading a rom novel from a purely male POV. But I read a few of the positive reviews and decided to go for it. Needless too say I wasn't the least bit disappointed. The author was able to write a male lead with a believable typical "male thinking" and make him so likable. The other characters stand out as well with their individual personalities coming to life. The humor and banter among the characters flows seamlessly and feels natural. Since this book I have purchased every single book this author has written and with great relief I could say not a single one made me feel dissatisfied .
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