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The books also delve into the characters' pysches: why does Bree chase the next adrenaline rush? Why can't Bree hold down a job for more than a year? Overall, this is heavy on difficult relationships and our own preconceptions, the tornadoes definitely take a back seat.
Having actively disliked the first book, I rather liked this, I still got a vibe that all professional women just need to be dominated in the bedroom but luckily (for me) this was more in the abstract than actual events. I know that you go all in, tha Favorite Quotes: It was skydiving. I know that you go all in, that when you’re in a moment, that’s all that exists.
In real life, people aren't perfect and a lot of books have characters that are perfect from beginning to end.
While I have loved these books, I loved that Bree was able to realize her potential for addiction and was able to gear in another direction; the direction being Max.
I got a few pages into this book and realised with a sinking feeling that I had been less than thrilled by the first book in the series.
Now they’re all tangled up as they chase the strongest force of nature on earth: love. As Officer Bree really started gett Max & Bree's Romantic Adventure Five exciting stars I was so totally thrilled to now read and enjoy the second book to this wonderful romance series, Taking Chances. After just loving the previous book, Twisted Up I was so willing to continue this close relationship of these two close friends, Max Grady and Bree Mc Dermott. Whilst Max was the ultimate storm chaser who was visiting her town, Chance , Nebraska.I was so pleased with these most fabulous characters and of the roles that they played. After much deliberation, I realized that the problem lies in that this is the second book in a three book series and this book basically takes place at the same time as the first book so I felt like I was re-reading a good portion of the first book during this one, the thing is I don’t know what she could have done to prevent that as still make each Slick and Rosalie's reviews: Slick's 3 star review I have always loved Erin Nicholas’ work so it pains me that Tangled Up fell a little flat for me.After much deliberation, I realized that the problem lies in that this is the second book in a three book series and this book basically takes place at the same time as the first book so I felt like I was re-reading a good portion of the first book during this one, the thing is I don’t know what she could have done to prevent that as still make each of these books be able to read as a standalone story.When Max made some particularly offensive comment about never being able to hang out with a girl who got scared by storms, he could sleep with them but he couldn't spend real time with them, my heart sank.Oh, the agony of having requested a book from Net Galley when you disliked the previous book. I liked this book so much better than the first book.