Read “Breaking Rules” by Tracie Puckett with Rakuten Kobo. Breaking Rules ( Breaking #1) Sometimes, the lessons of childhood are damaging enough that, by . Read Breaking Rules by Tracie Puckett by Tracie Puckett by Tracie Puckett for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. (credit) Official Rating: 2/5 Synopsis: “Sometimes, the lessons of childhood are damaging enough that, by eighteen, you’ve figured out some.
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The whole book was mostly just dialogue and thoughts, and little action. That ending was brutal.
Nice story of 18yr girl who tries to follow some rules and they all fall back with the love of pudkett she found but no idea whether she get through as book is half need to buy 2nd book to know more … Show more Show less.
If these rules are kept then her heart will not be broken and she will live a life of solitude in content. She is just trying to finish out her senior year, go to college, and wants to return to small-town Sugar Creek and live life as writer.
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He is caring, worked himself to the top by being supportive and wanting to do others some good. Notify me of new comments via email.
Public declarations of love just turn me off. I can’t find them on kindle or online. She would rather be alone then at risk of being hurt like that again. Obviously, they fall in love, and certain complications arrive when Amanda learns she is moving away to California.
Nov 01, cat rated it really liked it. I get the picture! When Amanda started working with a charity program, she met Gabe. Mar 16, Elizabeth Barone pucckett it it was amazing. Bring on the next one! Yes No Thanks for your feedback! She wasn’t perfect and she didn’t pretend to be but she was a kind hearted character who tried to be sincere. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
I was expecting some big dramatic love story and this is just that but the ending isn’t what you would expect and it really kept me turning the pages! Even though this story had a lot of issues, I enjoyed reading it.
At 18, she thinks she knows everything and refuses to let anyone in to prove that not everyone is going to disappoint her.
Tracie spends most of her daytime hours writing, reading, and daydreaming I would recommend this book to anyone who likes drama and romance. For Mandy, that meant finishing her last year of high school, going to college, and then returning to small-town Sugar Creek to live a solitary life as a writer.
He went from comforting her in one chapter to ignoring her in the next. If you enjoyed this post, please let me know by liking the post, following me or leaving a comment. Post breakin not sent – check your email addresses! There was barely any plot as it was in the first book.
This quote just really freaked me out and I feel like she’s going to become a stalker. Aug 06, Vikas Massey rated it really liked it. So I won’t say much about the plot line other than somethings I tules you’ll see coming and others will fill you with Mandy’s own emotions, for better or worse.
Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain breakinb or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. You are commenting using your Twitter account. She put up a fight when it came to Gabe. A Little Beyond Hope. THIS is what I class traciee a girl that’s gone cookoo-crazy. Oh Gabriel Raddick, my feelings for him are undoubtedly mixed. It was like listening to a broke record.
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She knew she couldn’t do anything about it so she continued to the program. If these rules are kept then her heart will not be broken and she will live a life of solitude in content.
Overall the story was slow moving and didn’t keep my attention well. What could the second book possibly have as a plot based on the ending?
Yes I understand that it was very important to Mandy, but why did it take over the whole entire story? Here’s to Tracie, and more stories! For Mandy, that meant finishing her last year of high school, going to college, and then returning to small-town Sugar Creek to live a solitary life as a writer. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.
For Mandy, that meant finishing her last year of high school, going to college, and then returning to small-town Sugar Creek to live a solitary life as a writer.