Main Characters: Delores “Dee” Warren, Matthew Fisher

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“Because the greatest part of a road trip isn’t arriving at your destination. It’s all the wild stuff that happens along the way.”

Review

At first, I felt like it wasn’t necessary to read Tamed because we all already know how the story was going to end – Matthew and Dee getting married. However, this is one of those books where the journey is more important than the destination. Yes, we all know it ends with HEA, but what we don’t know is what happened in between.

As it turns out, I greatly enjoyed this book. I did not like Dee in Tangled and Twisted. Even when it was Kate talking about her, I was still not too sold. Well, this book kind of sold me to her. I’m still not her biggest fan, but I am no longer anti-Dee.

I got a look into her life, about the abortion she had to have when she was younger, her stellar choices in men, and her wariness in trusting in relationships. I also get to see a different side to Matt- a good lover, pseudo-brother, and friend.

I also liked the way the conflict was resolved. It wasn’t Matt who tirelessly pursued Dee. Instead, she was given all the space she needed to realize that Matt was a good guy, at least, THE good guy for her. I liked that she was the one who bridged the gap and went to him.

It just shows us all that love should be a two-way street. We can’t all take love that’s freely offered to us all because we are scared of giving it back. Even the greatest love can run out of patience, and if it doesn’t get tired, it really wasn’t love at all. I’m glad I still decided to read this book because Matt and Dee’s journey was really a great thing to read.

 

 

 

“The best kinds of families try to stop a train wreck – but if they can’t, they still show up to give first aid to the walking wounded.”

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“Life is a short, wild ride. Don’t try to put the brakes on, don’t over-analyze or try to control it. If you’re lucky, like I was, you’ll find that perfect someone who’ll sit next to you and hold your hand through every curve, every up and down.”

 

 

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