Book Review: Twisted (Torn #2) by K.A. Robinson

Chloe and Drake have found their happily ever after... Almost.

When Chloe's mother comes back into her life with a bang, it sets off a chain of events no one could have ever expected.

Everyone has their demons, and Chloe and Drake's hit them with a vengence.

Sex, drugs, money, a crazy ex, and Rock n Roll.... Can they survive it all?

Things are beginning to feel a bit... Twisted.

Release Date: May 7, 2013
Age Group: New Adult
Source: NetGalley
Reviewed By: Kelli
I enjoyed Torn (read my review here), but didn't like the way Chloe went back and forth between Logan and Drake.  I hate games between characters, and there were a lot of games and also indecision on Chloe's part in Torn

Twisted starts off right where Torn ends.  I love it when authors do that with series novels: I don't like a long period of time elapsing between books, especially when the first book ends on an exciting note.  I like getting a bird's eye view to the action.  So, Twisted starts with Chloe's mom showing up at Chloe and Drake's house with some jaw-dropping news.

I liked that Twisted was about Chloe and Drake's relationship, and the focus was on how their relationship stood up during times of great stress and separation.  Robinson does a great job with the character development in this series.  I loved getting to know the members of the band better, and also the emphasis on Chloe's family. 

There were a few good surprises throughout the story, the main one coming towards the end of the book.  I was shocked at some of the characters' decisions, and enjoyed that they didn't act the way I expected them to.  The conflict resolution was just right for the story, and very realistic, which I loved.

The Torn series is great escapism fiction for me, and Twisted was a much stronger book than Torn.  I really enjoyed Twisted and look forward to reading more from K.A. Robinson!

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