A Valentine Note from Drew to Kate (Tangled series by Emma Chase)

I love Drew from the Tangled series by Emma Chase, so it is with great pleasure I show you this Valentine note from Drew to Kate

All the things I never knew, I didn’t know

Kate,

I used to think I knew it all – and then you taught me.

I used to think I’d done it all – and then you touched me.

I used to think I’d heard it all – and then you said you loved me.

I used to think my life was perfect – and now, because of you, I know it is.

Come to the bedroom, do not pass go, do not collect $200…

Do take off all your clothes.

– Drew

PS – I changed the toilet paper roll. Happy Valentine’s Day, baby.

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In case you’re wondering about the toilet paper ref. Emma posted two bonus scenes on her fb page. This is from the one titled The Honeymoon’s Over (Drew POV)

The Honeymoon’s Over (Drew POV)

Endorphins: chemicals in the brain that instill feelings of well-being or euphoria.

They’re the reason we keep going back to the gym for those punishing workouts. They’re the reason even the most uptight man on earth can fall asleep after a good lay. They are also responsible for a little phenomenon commonly referred to as The Honeymoon Period.

You know what I’m talking about. It’s the beginning of a relationship—when everything is all sweetness and light. Everyone’s on their best behavior.

Guys don’t pass gas; women don’t eat.

Or, if they just can’t help themselves, even the worst habits seem like the most adorable thing since Punky frigging Brewster. His cute little snore, her delightful nail biting.

Humans are not the only ones who go through a Honeymoon Period. It’s an interspecies experience. In fact, without it, sharks would cease to exist. See, sharks are natural predators. They’ll eat anything—including their own offspring.

Right after giving birth, however, the mother shark’s brain is flooded with endorphins, putting her into a kind of ecstatic coma. This gives the baby shark about ten minutes to swim away.

Because if he’s still around when Momma wakes up? He’s lunch.

Which brings us to the other universal characteristic of The Honeymoon Period:

Eventually, it ends.

You can read the rest of it here

  

Many thanks and mad love to Emma. I can’t wait for the release of Twisted coming out March 25th.

Tamie Xo

4 thoughts on “A Valentine Note from Drew to Kate (Tangled series by Emma Chase)

  1. Susi says:

    I love Drew. I just listened to the audible of Tangled with my husband. He loved the book too. The mind of a man… ♥ it.

    Like

  2. Anne W says:

    Drew is a charmer! I can hardly wait for “Twisted” and another visit with Drew and Kate.

    Like

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