Tied

Tied

by Emma Chase

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ISBN-13: 9781476785899
Publisher: Gallery Books
Publication date: 10/07/2014
Series: Tangled Series , #4
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 60,557
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

By day, Emma Chase is a devoted wife and mother who lives in a small, rural town in New Jersey. By night, she toils away bringing her colorful characters and their endless antics to life. Writing has always been her passion, and the release of her debut romantic comedy Tangled was nothing less than a dream come true. The subsequent books in her delightful, beloved series include Twisted, Tamed, and Tied. She is also the author of Sustained from her sexy new Legal Briefs series.

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Tied 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
toniFMAMTC More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love Drew. He is perfection. This installment is the bachelor and bachelorette parties and the wedding. Also we get to see the big group together—all their friends and family, all the kids. Drew and Kate's son is a freaking adorable little mini Drew, attitude and all.   I don't feel like I can even explain the extent of my love Drew. He is completely and utterly devoted to his relationship with Kate. I've never seen a man so changed, yet still so himself. Of course he's still crude and full of bad language, but he's so refined at the same time. Ladies, you should make your boyfriends and husbands read this for direction on the art of wooing a woman. He knows a woman's body and heart so well. Also he isn't afraid to show his softer side while making it seem cool. "Because I would never let her go, Matthew. Ever. No matter what happened—no matter what I did, I'd keep hoping, trying, until she came back to me." Drew's internal dialogue and thoughts are as entertaining as ever. The fiascos the members of the wedding party get into are hilarious. The romantic parts are like a fairytale. The family parts are über sweet. I devoured it all, and it felt like heaven. This is the perfect final book (unless there's a chance of more Drew, of course).
LovinLosLibros More than 1 year ago
Guess who's back, back again.... that's right folks, our tell it like it is, not afraid to say what's on his mind, Drew Evans is back in the driver's seat for the epic conclusion of his and Kate's story. Once again, this book is laugh out loud funny and it's even more so with Drew offering a bit of fatherly advice. Drew has come a long ways since we first met the man-child battling the 'flu' in the first book. His life has been changed by two very important people and we really see the impact they both have on him in this book. Drew might act like a cocky, self-assured guy, but seeing him brought to his knees because of his love for these two will just warm your heart. We are one week out from Drew and Kate's wedding and the gang has bachelor/bachelorette festivities planned for a crazy weekend in Vegas. I know- probably not the best idea, considering Drew's colorful past. The trust that has been constructed between him and Kate has been solidified and the two trust that the other will not go too crazy. That being said- it's Drew and Kate! We wouldn't have a story if crazy didn't happen! I'm really happy with the way this novel played out. Drew and Kate just work so well together as a couple, and I like that they confront their problems as a unit. Their chemistry is still off the charts smoking, so if you were afraid we wouldn't get a lot of sexy times because of a certain 2 year old cutie, you are so wrong! It's Drew and Kate! They make it work! I'm glad we got to see the gang as well and see the shenanigans they get themselves into in Vegas. Because there are shenanigans, for sure! Please. Like Drew, Matt, Billy, Jack, and Steven could NOT get themselves in trouble. The same goes for Kate's crew- with Dee behind everything, you know things are going to get.... interesting. Overall, I was incredibly satisfied with how Kate and Drew's story ended and I like that Chase left some storylines open enough to grant the possibility of a novella or short story in the future. It's definitely bittersweet to see Drew and Kate's story conclude, as I just love them so much. Chase has truly created some memorable characters in this series and it's one I will always think back on with a huge smile on my face.
Boundlessbookreviews More than 1 year ago
Perfect is the word to describe Tied.  It is the perfect ending to Kate and Drew’s tale and of course narrated by Sebastian York, total perfection.  At one put I was laughing so much I had to replay what I was listening to one of my shop guys, then we were busting up together.  So, so good!  Emma Chase has a way of being able to crawl into a man’s head and write the perfect guy.  And I am not talking a cheesy not real guy, I’m talking a real man that I would know.  Right down to how they think and act, I’m floored!   Tied wraps then ending of the Tangled series at least so far, into a perfect ending and you couldn’t ask for anything better.  I Loved this series from beginning to end!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was so happy to get another book from Drew Evans' perspective. I absolutely love him! So funny!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
christalvp More than 1 year ago
Drew and Kate are back in Tied, ready to be married, if they can just survive the bachelor/bachelorette parties with their friends in Las Vegas. I can't begin to tell you how worried I was that Drew would do something to really jeopardize his relationship with Kate! I felt certain that all would be right in the end, but I was worried about what they'd go through to get there. Drew actually showed some restraint and maturity at times in this one that has normally been beyond him. I really loved his complete devotion to Kate in this one. It was a fun story, and I was entirely happy with the way everything worked out.
Xkoqueen More than 1 year ago
The perfect end to a very fun series! What can I say--a fabulous end to a very fun series.  This is how a series should be wrapped up.   Drew was quintessentially Drew...yet not.  The boy has matured a bit, and he is a lot less self-centered.  His thoughts on Kate and James are sweet and sentimental.  Drew's pep talk with Lexi--hilarious.  The wedding...yep, I cried.  Oh to be adored like Drew worships Kate <3 I highly recommend the entire series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
TTCG More than 1 year ago
well written and story line.
csingh More than 1 year ago
I find it really hard to believe this series is ending. Emma Chase couldn't have written a better book to end it, unless of course she changes her mind and decides to revisit some of my favorite people somewhere later down the line. I'd love to hear Alexandra and Stephen's love story, as I'm sure many other readers would. Or maybe even Mackenzie's story when she gets older, but I digress. Tied is told from Drew's point of view so I knew it's going to be blunt, honest, and hilarious. I was also expecting him to screw up in the way only he can, and it didn't help that he, Kate, and all of their close friends decided to go to Vegas to celebrate the upcoming nuptials. I don't think I've ever laughed so hard or cringed in fear so much. The fear wasn't because something bad was going to happen, but Drew can take screwing up to a whole new level and almost has it down to an art form.  I was unable to put this book down. I loved seeing James, Drew and Kate's son as an adorable toddler. It was great to see everyone else from the gang, especially Dee and Matt. I think one of my favorite parts of the book was seeing Drew try to school Billy on how to pick up girls. I almost fell out of my chair from laughing so hard. However it was seeing Kate and Drew exchange their vows that really made the waterworks flow. They were emotional and real. It really did seem like the series was really coming to an end. Even though we got to see Drew go from being a bachelor, to falling in love, becoming a father, and getting married, I'm not ready to stop reading about him. Or Kate for that matter.  Romantic comedies are complex novels. You've got to balance humor with a plot, and Emma Chase has mastered them. I've honestly got to say she's quickly become one of my favorite romantic comedy authors. She writes with such panache. I'd read the phone book if she wrote it. I can not wait to see what she writes next. 
NestledInABookBlog More than 1 year ago
I wrote this review a month ago and it mysteriously disappeared! I frantically searched everywhere for it and finally found it. I have no idea what happened but it's here now! Tied is the fourth book in the Tangled series, and I could read four thousand of them. Emma Chase is absolutely hysterical. Her writing style is so entertaining and engaging in a way that makes you feel as though you’re always along for the ride. Drew Evans is one of my all-time favorite characters. Ever! He’s hot, he’s a cocky bastard, and he’s absolutely hilarious. I cannot get enough of him and Kate! Going along with them on their trip to Vegas was a total blast and my only complaint is that it seemed to go by entirely too fast, which we know just means that I had entirely too much fun. This book was everything that I remember loving about Tangled. I posted an update in the middle of the book about being convinced that Emma Chase is a dude because she’s got that voice and point of view down pat. It’s uncanny. I’m starting to believe the woman is secretly the owner of a penis. It’s just impeccable. And more than anything, it’s just brutally honest. Her characters are so well developed and truly likable. Their dialogue is real and engaging and even experiencing life's most mundane happenings is vastly entertaining. Drew and Kate could do a dramatic reading of the yellow pages and I know that somehow I would be rolling with laughter. I have loved Drew and Kate's story from the very first page in Tangled and seeing travel down the road to marriage was as emotional as it was funny. These two have really captured a special place in my heart. I just don't know how anybody could not fall in love with them. Emma Chase is one of my very favorite authors and I will read anything the woman writes. She can do no wrong!
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Lisa-Lou More than 1 year ago
Tied by Emma Chase is the fourth novel in her Tangled series and is the one we have all been waiting for... **~** Drew and Kate GET MARRIED**~** Any reader of Emma Chase knows we get the snarky perspective of Drew and we LOVE it! This time around it's their getaway for the bachelor and bachelorette parties and they're going to Vegas baby! Kate, Drew and their closest friends are leaving the kiddies with grandparents and going to celebrate the impending nuptials in style. What could go wrong?!?!? Glad you asked... Yet another hilarious and heartwarming story in the world of Drew. Emma Chase is an author that is definitely on my automatic list. What's that, you ask? I will automatically buy her books regardless of storyline or reviews as I have loved all I've read to date. So go - read - but if you're new to the series, do yourself a favor and start at the very beginning, it's a very good place to start.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great love story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
asgoodrich More than 1 year ago
Oh to be back in Drew’s head! What a glorious place to be. Drew is actually one of my favorite character’s heads to spend time in, quite possibly the very top of the list. Why? Not because he’s a guy and we’re treated to the male’s perspective. Nope. It’s because Drew is bluntly honest in his assessment of situations and people (including himself), he is sarcastic, and he is a smarta$$. Put most simply, he is of my people – those of biting wit for whom sarcasm is an art form. And Tied proves that while he is still all of these things, he has also grown up a lot since Tangled as his impending nuptials to Kate close in.  Most of the action in Tied occurs during the Bachelor and Bachelorette weekend in Las Vegas a week before the wedding. In case I thought the antics of this crew couldn’t get any crazier, they proceeded to prove me wrong … again. From Drew giving Billy pick-up lessons, to strippers (at both parties), to fist fights (again, among both parties), and enough alcohol to insure their level of drunkenness achieved being completely effing obliterated (thanks Drew for that handy breakdown), the Tangled crew kept me laughing almost the entire time. For goodness sakes, Drew has a mini-argument with his two-year-old son as to whom mommy’s breasts belong to … and, yeah, Drew won that argument. LOL.  As implied by the title of this book, Tied is the wedding fans of the series has been waiting for. And as much as I love Drew and the way he keeps me laughing, it is his love for Kate that is his most endearing quality. When he wakes up with a hangover the day after the bachelor party, the devastation he experiences when he realizes that the woman in his room is not Kate is heartbreaking. Of course the revelation of the preceding night’s events immediately thereafter is as funny as ever, it is Drew’s love for Kate that gets me every time and the wedding and reception are no exception. Ms. Chase has done a wonderful job of wrapping up the series with Tied and I can only hope that Drew invades her head and forces his way out so I can spend more time with my favorite smarta$$ – even if it is just for a novella. But until that happens, it’ll be rereads for me.  I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.  Reviewed by Angela at Crystal's Many Reviewers!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Absolutely love Drew Evans. Emma Chase has made us all fall in love with him. The entire series was hilarious - I couldn't put the books down.
micharch More than 1 year ago
What a great ending for Drew and Kate's story.  It was well done and had me laughing quite a bit.  Drew is as funny as ever and Kate has to deal with both he and James on a daily basis.  It was nice to see Drew step up and take on the role of father as well as he did.  So much could have gone wrong with the Bachelor/Bachelorette parties in Vegas and had me turning pages as fast as I could to see what happened.  You will have to read it to see if Drew has learned anything in the 2 years since James was born but I don't think you will be disappointed.  Nice to see their friends and family pop up in the book.  Dee-Dee was still a little much for me to take at times, but did not detract from the book.  
xxBianca More than 1 year ago
Words cannot describe how much I adore Drew Evans. I think he may be by favorite male character ever. He’s funny, charming, oh and he’s a big jerk. That is putting it nicely. But I love him all the same. As this series comes to an end, Tied is sure to remind true Drew fans what made you fall for him in the first place! “What God has joined together, let no one who wants to keep his arm attached try to pull asunder.” This time around, Drew and Kate are parents to the most adorable little boy, James. I have to say, Drew was always hot. But to see him as a father put him over the edge. His heart is so big. Never thought he could love as hard as he does. Kate and his little boy are his world. But this wouldn’t be Drew’s story if there was no drama involved. Drew and Kate are ready to tie the knot. Their bachelor and bachelorette weekend finds them in Vegas. With all their friends. Yes, the entire gang. Yes. That gang! What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas right? Well...kinda. The things that go down in Vegas were quite hilarious. I found myself laughing out loud. Several times. Ok. Fine. A lot. While funny, the story shows how much Drew has grown as a person, a father, and now a husband.  If you love this series as much as I do, you will absolutely devour Tied. I found it impossible to put down this book!  I will never get enough of Drew. His witty and captivating demeanor will stay with me for a long time to come. 
Cupcakegirly More than 1 year ago
Drew Evans is not for the faint of heart, and no one brings him to life better than Sebastian York. Seriously, he could narrate my TO DO list and make me fall in love with it. I've so enjoyed my time with Drew, (and Kate and the rest of the TANGLED crew) and while I'm sad to see him go, his journey couldn't have ended any better! Emma Chase did a fantastic job of showing the good, the bad, and the realistic when it comes to family, friends, kids and Bachelor/Bachelorette parties. I laughed, I teared up and I swooned. Watching Drew and Kate get their happy ending was one wild, irreverent and hilarious ride. I enjoyed every minute of it!
chelleq More than 1 year ago
am so going to miss reading Drew's pov. He is very highly entertaining and I love hearing a guy's pov on how they think and what they think a woman is feeling or thinking. What I like is the way he describes something, as if you are actually there and can see what he is talking about. It makes the visualization easier. With his past history, I really thought for sure he was going to mess up somehow in Vegas for his bachelor party. I can't believe how brazen the flight attendent was in front of Kate, but then again I can. I have witnessed and experienced things like that happening. It was surprising that Drew took over planning his wedding, because like he said, it is rare for the guy to show any interest at all in the wedding planning. The whole mooning experience from the limo was another funny episode, considering who was doing the mooning. I'm glad that everything worked for Drew and Kate, but I sure am going to miss him. I won't miss Dee Dee because she really got on my nerves. I would like to read about Jack next.
AboutThatStory More than 1 year ago
This was everything I could have wanted! Extremely funny and sexy. I laughed out loud so many times through this entire book, it was just so much fun to read. Loved it all! This story made me fall in love with Drew all over again, he's still got those fantastic internal thoughts but he's grown so much and it was awesome getting to see. I mean, he's still Drew but he's this grown up, loving Drew that I couldn't get enough of. I really enjoyed Drew’s flashbacks and how his thoughts were voiced. I loved Kate too, she was fierce and you could see the growth in her as well. Drew and Kate are so perfect together and it was so great to see how their relationship has developed and how much trust they have for one another. Let’s not forget little James… Drew with James, oh my heart. Those scenes were the sweetest most adorable thing ever.  The heat. OH THE HEAT and HOTNESS! Drew is totally cold shower worthy. I don’t even know what to say… just WHEW! I love Drew and Kate’s friends and family. All of them getting together was like seeing old friends and catching up and have a fantastic time. I just adored the side stories of them all that were incorporated because not only do I feel like I have wonderful closure from Drew and Kate but the others as well. The gang’s all there! The Vegas adventures of the guys were epic! Talk about a heck of a night with all the twists and turns. The drinking, the chaos, the fun, and the friendships. There were some heartfelt man speeches to Drew, I might have gotten choked up. This story is a heck of a ride to not be missed. For as much as I laughed (and oh man did I!), the ending was just spectacular and I was weepy and crying because it was just so sweet and meaningful. I love Drew and Kate as well as the other couples and I'm going to miss them so much. This was the best happily ever after! The last paragraph on the book is perfect. Loved it all. This was fast paced, had a great flow, and excellent build. Fantastic story! Thank you Emma Chase! Complimentary copy received for honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He sneaks up behind Lauren and wraps his hand over her mouth. "Go where i go and you will be fine." While he leads her to his car he gropes her a<_>ss feeling pleasurable firmness.