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Tangled Hearts (Passion in Paradise) by [O'Rourke, Sarah]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1214 KB
  • Print Length: 286 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1530602319
  • Publisher: Sarah O'Rourke Books (10 Feb. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01AU9AMTY
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #49,397 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Im not known for low star reviews in general but this book had so much potential if it had been thought out better and with more originality. It was a little too similar to another well known authors kind of story for me to give more than 2 stars. And I'm saying that as respectively as possible, simply because for me personally, that's how it felt : it's not an accusation, just a comment on how the book felt because of the formula. .ie cute if irrating at times female, the (dreaded word) alpha male who's always right and at times overbearing but even though he yells at her is forgiven because 'he's always right'. And the nick name, the back story of a nut job/ danger/ex/deadly situation. I'm just surprised the story wasn't in Denver.

It's a shame that this formula is being worked to death by a fair few lady writers who are actually decent writers and with a bit more thought could create their own individual formula. Ms O Rourke can write and the story was enjoyable but there was nothing in it that hasn't been covered in hundreds of books prior by lots of other writers so no extra credit for it.

Cal was terrific if at times a bit too 'amused' at her expense. .usually at times when she was trying to make a point which her character aught to havd been allowed to make without his amusement appearing as condescending.

The names I have to admit drove me mad. Melody, Patience, Honor and Harmony to mention but some. But what sealed it Rythem Reardon. Honestly?
The name choices were just too over done ( and yes I know there's other books with the sisters and I won't be reading them because the names are like sugar on my teeth.) I'm really sorry. But one sugary name is ok...but a book full of them is over kill.
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angled Hearts offers up yet another delicious dose of the calamitous and riotous lives of the folks from Paradise. A mixture of Southern charm and witty scathing insults, sass and suspense, Tangled involves the unlikely pairing of unlucky in love Melody and retired army sergeant Callum Valentine. There is a bit of a hidden agenda as to why the tall, sexy military man is in Paradise in the first place and at the centre of that little secret is the spunky and intelligent Melody.

'"Seriously, Harmony, I don't think my brother sent Callum Valentine here to help me. I think it's all some kind of plot to drive me crazy and have me institutionalised," she shared to one of the few girlfriends she's reconnected with since coming back to Paradise. Since Harmony had her own alpha male at home to contend with, she knew the other woman got where she was coming from now. "I swear to God that man is going to drive me certifiably insane."'

After having read all of Sarah's previous Paradise books and loving them, it's a joy to see that incredible dialogue, entertaining interaction and sparkling characterisation emitting brilliantly off the page and into your heart. And that is exactly where each resident of this boisterous and troublesome little town ends up. They're written and described and brought to life so well, in how they react, how they think, how they banter, that you feel almost regretful to have finished the entire book already. It's a masochistic kind of pleasure with each story. I really thoroughly enjoyed this delightful little romance. Valentine is an alluring mixture of aggravating and hilarious, jovial but serious when it matters. He's charming and understanding and best of all he's an overprotective take no prisoners kind of alpha hero.
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What a fab read, two engaging lead characters - loved it ❤️

Callum meets melody while grabbing some coffee, he doesn't make the best impression even if he did have good intentions. Callum has recently left the army and is hoping to make some roots in a small town where an army mate resides. Luckily said friend has let him bunk at his house.

Melody has escaped a bad relationship that held her back and made her feel inferior, to top it off he was cheating on her with too many women to count. She needs to get her life back on track so has returned to the house her grandma has left her and starts making plans for a new business.

Callum has another big surprise for Melody (I'm not talking anatomy here, but that is impressive too apparently!), she won't like it, she didn't like him buying her a coffee.

Melody and Cal are fiery and funny together, Cal is there to help her get her business up and running, they get closer slowly - melody tries to deny it all but eventually she decides there's something there - Cal is persistence in his wooing of her.

There are many funny passages this book, they have some really amusing conversations and some extremely deep and moving.

Callum being military is very bossy at times but only for Melody's safety - someone is threatening 'his' Melody! He's really soft and romantic on the inside and the outside is made for sin - even at the young age of 42 his a sight for sore eyes.

The book is set in Paradise a small town with familiar characters if you've read others in series, if you haven't no worries it works perfectly as a stand-alone.

There seem to be a couple more stories set up in this book which I look forward to reading.

The writing and story flow effortlessly and pull you into this dreamy small American town.

** Five-star read **

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