Book Review: Tamed

Tamed (Tangled #3) by Emma Chase: Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: girl meets player, they fall in love, player changes his ways.

It’s a good story. But it’s not our story. Ours is a lot more colorful.

When I met Dee I knew right away that she was special. When she met me, she thought I was anything but special—I was exactly like every other guy who’d screwed her over and let her down. It took some time to convince her otherwise, but turns out I can make a convincing argument when sex is at stake.

You might know where this story’s headed. But the best part isn't where we ended up.

It’s how we got there.

TAMED goes back in time to the Tangled days. But this time around, it’s not Drew dishing out the advice and opinions—it’s his best friend Matthew, who of course is dealing with Dee Dee.

TeriLyn's thoughts: Tamed hails as book 3 from Emma Chase’s contemporary romantic comedy Tangled Series. In Tamed we get an in depth look at Matthew and Dee, Drew and Kate’s friends respectively. Told from Matthew’s point of view the story is precise in both its comedic timing and the easy flow of the story about the untamable girl and boy who steal each other’s hearts.

Matthew and Dee Dee are two people marching to the beat of their very own drums; their independent, confident, charming, funny, quirky, interesting, hot, sexy, and they each give as good as they get. Dee Dee is a fabulous type of heroine because she makes no excuses for how and who she is. She thinks like a man but can wile a man with her sexy intelligence, wit, and humor. She’s hot both physically and emotionally. That also means she’s emotionally walled off inside her own head. Matthew is a hero who falls hard and he knows with conviction Dee Dee is the woman for him – a challenge, a feisty woman who will keep him on his toes. His fight for her is amazing throughout the book. He proves why he’s a man who will steal her heart to protect it with everything he has.

Tamed can be read as a standalone novel but I’d suggest reading Tangled first where we first meet these characters through the incredibly hilarious eyes of Drew Evans. There’s no denying Ms. Chase can write the male point of view. Her ability to tailor the writing as an interactive experience with the audience is amazing. We’re getting a funny lesson on relationships as we’re reading about the development of a great love story. It’s an easy read, entertaining, charming, and funny. Great for a day when you want to laugh with two likably charming characters and a fun journey to love, Tamed will not disappoint.

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