{Review} Entangled by Alex Rosa

{Review} Entangled by Alex RosaEntangled by Alex Rosa
Also by this author: Tryst
Series: Tryst #2
Also in this series: Tryst
Published by InterMix on June 21st 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Character(s): Actors
Pages: 238
Goodreads  Buy the Book

In the emotional and dramatic sequel to Tryst, Skyler and Blake’s relationship is finally out in the open. But as new challenges open up old wounds, their love is put to the ultimate test...

Blake is desperate to be the kind of man that Skyler deserves, but with his latest film putting him on the verge of superstardom, being there for her is growing harder and harder. As his filming schedule takes him on the road and away from the woman he loves, he discovers that being in a public, committed relationship is no easy task—especially from two thousand miles away.

Skyler wants Blake to pursue his dreams, but his constant absence weighs on her more than she admits. Even as she throws herself into new distractions, she finds herself facing uncertainties and jealousies that could tear apart everything they’ve built. And when disaster strikes while Blake is away, she’ll have to decide if their passion is worth the pain...

Entangled is the continuation to Skyler and Blake’s relationship, who we met in the first book in the series, Tryst. There was some drama in that book, but all of that is solved now–Skyler and Blake are out in the open, happy and in love. But Blake is on the cusp of superstardom and will be out of town, filming a new movie. Skyler has to learn how to stay in a relationship with someone who’s as hot as the sun that everyone in the world wants a piece of and get through medical school and figure out who she is.

There’s drama in this one, too, but I liked it more than the first book in the series. Blake was seriously swoony and I loved that he didn’t stray. Neither did, Skyler, and this book was mainly focused on her navigating her way through her new life. Blake and Skyler are still hot and their chemistry was even better this time around. I would have liked to have see Blake more–he was out on location for most of this book, it seems, but overall, this was a good story.

I’m not sure if there will be another book in the Tryst series, but if there is, I will definitely be there.

Report Card
Overall: 3

Check Also

Heartland Sarina Bowen

{Review} Heartland by Sarina Bowen (with Excerpt)

With chemistry and swoon and lovable characters all wrapped up in a BFFs to More College Romance, Heartland by Sarina Bowen is just what you need.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.