For months Dylan Stone and Veronica
Chasen have been out to get each other. Ever since Dylan
was chosen for a coveted position at a local newspaper, he
and Veronica have become rivals of a sort; each trying to
outdo the other publicly in their articles. Veronica and
Dylan challenge each other to do different antics and what
started out as fun, begins to get serious when Veronica
teases and challenges Dylan to learn how to knit.
Not one to let anything or anyone get
in his way, Dylan takes the bait and figures that knitting
is like everything he has been challenged to do, easy as
pie. He doesnít count on his big hands and the little
needles. Vowing to learn, he joins a knitting group for
help and comes face to face with his smirking nemesis.
Dylan has never seen a more beautiful sight than the smile
on Veronicaís face as she realizes he is having a hard
time. Dylan must come up with a plan to learn how to knit
quickly because he is running out of time. And failure is
simply not an option.
I absolutely adored Tangled Up in
Love. Usually not a fan of comedic romances, I
found myself laughing out loud more than once at the
different challenges Dylan and Veronica came up with in
order to make the other give in. My favorite was Veronicaís
tattoo and Dylanís sojourn into an all male bar; in pink
costume. But, as much as I love laughing with Tangled
Up in Love, I think I found the love story the most
intriguing. Veronica and Dylan both fought their attraction
to each other. Neither wanted to give in but had no
choice. Hit by the love bug, they had to learn the art of
compromise and learn it quickly. Yummy love scenes
prevailed and all was good.
Known best for her Silhouette Desire
releases, Heidi Betts ups the sensuality in Tangled Up
in Love, her newest release. Sizzling emotions and
scorching repertoire add to the sultriness that involves
Dylan and Veronica. I must joyfully recommend Tangled
Up in Love. I loved it that much!