Main Characters: Katherine “Kate” Brooks, Drew Evans

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“You know that saying, “It’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all?” That’s a crock. Whoever said it didn’t know a fucking thing about love. Ignorance is better; it’s painless.

Review

I’ve been excited to read Twisted since I finished Tangled. However, it wasn’t as spectacular as I thought it would be. Maybe my expectations were just a bit high because of the first book, but I think Twisted only gets three red hearts from me.

It’s a change to have the book written in Kate’s POV. I thinked I enjoyed it better when it was Drew’s. His brutal truths were hilarious. Kate was way too serious, but I get that she was going through some shit, what with being pregnant and all that.

The thing I absolutely did not enjoy about the book was the whole misunderstanding thing. And I’m not placing all the blame on Drew. First, Kate was too secretive. Plus, how come they’ve been together for a while and he still hasn’t met her friend, Roberta? That’s just weird. Also, she should never have lied to him about going with Dee, in the first place. All the misunderstanding could have been prevented if she had only been up front from the start.

Don’t get me started on Drew as well. I’m thinking that maybe at this point, after things almost got ruined for him and Kate when he jumped into the wrong conclusion that maybe he already learned his lesson. What’s more is that I understand misunderstandings. What I don’t understand is the irrational need to strike back. I guess men are more vengeful than women, after all. I’ve always thought that lashing out were a woman’s thing. Apparently not.

What I did enjoy was their reconciliation and their efforts to work things out, this time, with a baby to look forward to. I also enjoyed reading Drew’s POV again at the last part of the book. It’s like, finally, everybody has learned their lesson. Now, let’s move on.

 

 

 

“For you guys out there who think looking doesn’t hurt? You’re wrong. Because we women don’t think you’re just enjoying the view. We think you’re comparing, finding us lacking. And that stings. Like a paper cut on your eyeball.”

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“I’ve learned my lesson. For good this time. Seriously. If I come home and Kate is screwing some random guy in our bed? I won’t freak out – I won’t say a word.
I’ll just pick her up, toss her over my shoulder, and carry her to the nearest DNA lab to make sure it’s actually Kate, and not some evil long-lost twin hell-bent on wrecking our lives.”

 

 

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