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Breaking Rules, Walls and Ties [Trilogy Review] By Tracie Puckett
Breaking Rules is a soft, quick read for in-between about two twin sisters, who have to find back to themselves again while trying to make peace with the situation of their mother’s leaving. She lives by the rules she developed.
Could she break breakinb of her most important rules—for Gabe? Yes No Thanks for your feedback!
Breaking Rules (Breaking, #1) by Tracie Puckett
And speaking of their Dad, their Dad still deserves respect and not the utter disrespect that they give to him. I might read the rest of the series, but right now, I’m not in a hurry to do that despite the cliffhanger.
Jun 24, Charlotte Bugler rated it did not like it Shelves: She was scared he was following her so she confronted him, only to figure out he was Gabe Raddick, the founder of RI.
Kindle Editionpages. Email required Address never made public. Die Zwillingsschwester, die das ganz anders sieht und der junge Mann, der es schafft, genau die Regeln zu brechen. You gain feelings and emotions from this book and in some ways I was connected to Mandy and her thoughts and feelings. May 08, Sea Grace rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was hoping something a little more dramatic and clarifying would have happened between Mandy and Gabe but I suppose that’s what breakign next book is for.
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Mandy had the same conversations again and again just with different people and had the same internal debates with herself. I would read it if that was the case and I bet tag this review as a huge spoiler.
There was barely any plot as it was in the first book. He runs the program that Mandy is volunteering for. Yes I understand that it was very important to Mandy, but why did it take over the whole entire story? In the rare occasions when she’s not playing matchmaker to fictional characters or planning out the next segment of Book Chat, you can likely find Tracie zooming down the hills of Ohio’s greatest roller coasters!
This seemed to strange to me and a bit out of character for someone who had previously been quite open. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
He was running from something, but he couldn’t run forever, and I planned to be right traccie waiting when he stopped. I liked the story originally, but it quickly went downhill.
On the first day, Mandy is running late and accidentally hits a guy with her car, they end up having a not-so-nice conversation and they go their separate ways. The story was nice. The book was overall really good!