Entwined took a few chapters for me to get fully immersed in the world. Maybe it was my lack of empathy for Zander at first, or maybe I just wasn’t in the mood for his self-destructive behavior. I don’t know, but I’m glad I stuck with it.This book focuses on Zander the Argonaut and Callia the king’s healer. Zander is impulsive, angry, and his “woe is me” attitude reminded me of another character in a series about a band of brothers. Zander is immortal and he challenges his immortality regularly. Callia had a torrid affair with Zander 10 years earlier, resulting in a pregnancy. Callia and Zander both believed that the baby died.Once again, this book pushes the idea of finding one’s soul mate. I found it kind of sad that Zander had to be told by another Argonaut that Callie was his soul mate. Men. Argonauts or humans, they always seem to ignore the signs. Personally, I’m a sucker for the concept of finding one’s soul mate. I like to believe that there is someone out there for everyone. I loved how Zander began to realize that Callie was his “one” and how hard he had to work to regain her trust. Once this book got going for me, it was fast paced, lots of action, swordplay, beheaded demons, and the like. Callie learns some interesting facts about her family. I can’t wait to see how it plays out in the next book.I’m hooked on this series and I’ll be reading the next book Tempted soon. Review posted on Badass Book Reviews.