Friday, January 20, 2017

Tangled Up in You by Rachel Gibson (Audio Edition)

Narrated by Nicole Poole
The Writer Friends #3

♥ ♥ I was excited to read this. Loved the first two books in this series and I enjoyed Maddie’s character while in those books. I thought there was a ton of potential for her story, being a skeptical woman due to writing true crime, but I found this book pretty slow.  There was way too much backstory, and loads of details and information that I kinda felt were unnecessary. Also, sadly for me, I did not feel any chemistry between Mick and Maddie, or really anything throughout the story. It all just felt like words. I started skimming the sex scenes due to this as well.

This book seems to be the opposite to any other Rachel Gibson book I have read. I will be sure to read some more of her books though.
.. cause everyone's allowed a dud at some point right?  

Nicole Poole did a fine job with her Narration. She has a variety of voices and clear pronunciation.


The Blurb:

Maddie Dupree isn't in Truly, Idaho, looking for a husband, a boyfriend, or anything in between.

Maddie is determined to uncover the untold story about the town's sordid past—her past. As a child, Maddie lost everything, and now she's back at the scene of the scandal—a local establishment that's always belonged to the Hennessys—determined to uncover the truth, and nothing is going to stand in her way. Especially not a black-haired, blue-eyed Hennessy.

Everyone in Truly knows that the Hennessy men are irresistible, and the current owner, Mick, is no exception. His late father was a skirt-chasing heartbreaker who ended up causing disaster for two families. So far, Mick's managed to keep the ladies in line, but when he claps eyes on Maddie, with her luscious curves and tempting lips, he can't resist getting tangled up with her.

But Maddie is keeping secrets, not the least of which is her true reason for being in town. And when Mick discovers what's really going on, there is going to be a whole lot of trouble in Truly.

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