Publication Date: December 13th, 2016
Rating: 4 stars
Seven years is a long time to wait to be with the person you know you were meant to be with. My patience has reached its limit. Kenna McKenzie needs to be mine forever and I’m not waiting any longer. Fate has thrown too many obstacles in our path already. The sooner I tie her to me permanently, the better...and then I can tie her to the bed for a wedding night I’ll make sure she never forgets.
Join Derek, Kenna and all their friends for a wild and thrilling wedding weekend in Sin City. What happens in Vegas is supposed to stay in Vegas, but you never know who might be there...watching.
When I saw Jacob Chance was doing a novella on Derek and Kenna, I was super stoked. I absolutely loved Delve, and I couldn't wait to dive right into Tied. Maybe I should've read some reviews first before jumping right in because I wasn't expecting to get all the gang with this one. Don't get me wrong. I really did enjoy seeing Kyle, Janny, Lana, Zach, Elle, and Josh. It was a good book to lead up to other books involving these characters for sure, and I know I'll read them as well once they're out.
The thing is, I really wanted more of Derek and Kenna. If you read Delve, and you need to read that one first before this one, you'll see what I mean. Their relationship was over a long periods of time going back and forth. I wanted to see them more as a couple. I wanted to see how they grew together. I loved the sexy scenes between them for sure, but I was just expecting more of just them. In a way, with everyone else involved in such a short story, I felt as if Derek and Kenna was brushed aside and their story didn't really stand out as much as another one.
Overall, I did enjoy reading Tied. I thought it was a quick and steamy read with lots of things to come in the future for Jacob Chance. I would recommend it because if like me, you'll want to read it and see what's to come later on for everyone. I am kinda hoping Derek and Kenna will make another appearance with just them because their story is really awesome.