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Tangled by Erica O'Rourke
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May 28, 12


Readers dive, head first, back into the world of Mo Fitzgerald in Tangled, book 2 of Erica O’Rourke’s Torn Trilogy. The magic isn’t through with Mo just yet, which is unfortunate because the Chicago Mob isn’t finished with her either.
Tangled is high on drama as Mo is forced to make impossible decisions. She’s trying to keep her family and new friends safe and out of the way of the magic and the Mob. Life since she took her place as the Vessel in an Arc prophecy has become more demanding of her time and patience. Brash Luc is back, wanting to prove himself to Mo while getting her to help fix the magic – again. Mo just can’t get past the fact that she’s only been a part of the prophecy to him, never just Mo. Colin is still the ever loyal bodyguard, and with dark secrets he chooses to keep sealed in his past. Things fire up between Colin and Mo only to sizzle down when he pulls away from her pushing and digging.
Erica O’Rourke really knows how to push this story past any limits. She gives Mo a reason to feel. Feel her heart pounding from anticipation to fear to desire, and to feel the decisions churning in her mind, looking for finality. Ultimately, she gives Mo a reason to take action. In Torn, the people Mo loved lied to protect her, but have the tables turned in Tangled? The choices Mo makes are riddled with consequences, and at the moment none of them seem favorable.
Tangled will have readers seriously contemplating its turn of events. Mo still struggles with the idea of fate, but as the last book in the trilogy, Bound, is soon to release she’ll have to decide quickly whether to believe in it or forge her own destiny.

Candace
Wovenmyst.com
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