Tangled Up in Love
Veronica “Ronnie” Chasen and Dylan Stone are rival columnists at two Cleveland newspapers. And their rivalry has become more than just a war of words, but also a war of dares. Each trying to out do the other on their dares, and hoping each would fail miserably and publically. When Ronnie challenges Dylan to learn to knit things begin to heat up for the dueling duo. Dylan goes looking for help learning to knit at The Knit Wits knitting group, of which Ronnie and her friends are members. They snipe and snip at each other until Dylan offers Ronnie a thousand dollars for private instructions. That’s when things really start heating up for the rivals.
Ms. Betts has written a wonderfully witty work that will have you laughing out loud, and if you don’t you have no sense of humor at all. The rivalry is wonderful and the sex is smoking hot. You will be hoping these two work out all their differences to get their happily ever after. You’ll be rooting for Dylan to succeed and fail by turns. And you’ll be adding Ms. Betts to your must read author’s list. I know I’ll be looking for the next installment regarding the ladies of The Knit Wits.
Book Blurb for Tangled Up in Love
ARE THEY FIT TO BE TIED?
Ever since Dylan Stone beat Veronica Chasen out of a prime position at the Cleveland Courier, they’ve been bitter rivals, engaging in a very public war of words in their competing newspaper columns. They routinely challenge each other to go bungee jumping, white water rafting, or into tattoo parlors to see who will wimp out first. But Veronica’s latest taunt may be Dylan’s toughest assignment yet: She dares him to learn to knit.
OR WILL DESIRE UNRAVEL THEM BOTH?
Dylan is notgoing to let something his grandmother can do scare him off. He’s man enough to make a scarf—and attend Veronica’s weekly knitting circle. But when the infuriatingly handsome Dylan shows up at the craft shop and charms all the ladies, Veronica starts to get all knotted up in something that feels a lot like love…
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