Review: Tangled Up in You

Tangled Up in You (The Shaughnessy Brothers, #7)





They’ll change each other’s fate…

One fateful night Bobby Hannigan sustains a gunshot wound that could end his career as a police officer. If that’s taken from him, he doesn’t know what he’ll do. The only ray of hope is Teagan Shaughnessy—a kindhearted single mom who understands his struggles…

Teagan and her young son have just moved back to the Carolina coast to be near family. When she meets Bobby, the timing feels wrong, but everything else feels oh-so-right. Bobby and Teagan each had plans for their own futures. But they’re finding that those plans are meaningless if they can’t be together…

Rating: 5-stars


Tangled Up in You by Samantha Chase is a hot, heartfelt, and full of good feels kind of book. The characters pulled me into their story right away. I felt their chemistry spark instantly. It was so funny. A man, Bobby, is an injured cop. He didn’t want to go to the family outing but does. He has been nothing but  a crab to his family. Yet the moment he sees and meets a beautiful woman, all anger sort of goes away. Then, he almost drops his plate of food and has her helping him. That set him off again. Out of nowhere, he leaves. His father comes after him gives him a good yelling and tells him what to do. He knows his father was partially right. But he’s still too ashamed and embarrassed. Then, he hears a kid crying and all his problems are forgotten. Helping the kid, Bobby finds a road to helping himself. An that beautiful woman, so happens to be the kid’s mother. Plus, a cousin to the most pain in the butt Shaughnessy men.

I couldn’t stop laughing. Between Bobby and the Shaughnessy cousin who’s a pain in the butt, and the little moments of humor caused by the little boy, it was magical. I loved it. Bobby is like every other male. No help wanted or needed. Then, it kills him to admit it. But he soon learns to accept that he might need help sometimes. The real issue is communication.

Teagan Shaughnessy also has that very same problem. Communication. The sex is great. But when it comes to communicating her actual feelings, it’s harder for her to open up. She’s lost her love and he never found out about their kid. And now, being a single mom with a young boy, she has to learn how to be human again. Teagan is a tough, independent woman.

Overall, this novel was full of emotions, humor, and entertainment. This book was epic. I would recommend it to all.


Comments are closed.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: