Slightly Engaged (Slightly #3)
worse than being Slightly Engaged . . .
being entirely broke, completely alone and wholly perplexed.
It's been a year and a half since Tracey and Jack moved in together, and everything's totally perfect -- well, okay, almost perfect. There's still Tracey's mom, who says they're "living in sin," and her friends, who are all smug, married and totall...more
I give up on this series (but not on the author).
It could have been hilarious or made you root for their engagement but neither of those were the case because the repetition was extremely unbearable. Plus, it also made Tracey turn into a very annoying protagonist whose life revolves around acquiring a ring on her f ...more
(view spoiler)[Tracey wants to get engaged, and really stresses about it. Buckley gets engaged. Rafael gets engaged. Tracey stresses (inner monologue again) and eats for about 200 pages then gets engaged. (hide spoiler)] The End.
I LIKE the writing. I do. It's well written, the plot is fun, most of the characters are a lot of fun but I walked away from this one much like the last one. I actually sped read through it just to get it over with but I wanted to like it.
Here's the thing...I didn't know it in the 1st or 2nd book but this one made it clear to me.
I don't like Tracey.
Everything else about this book WOULD work for me. I just...don't like Tracey. This ENTIRE book was her obsessi ...more
Woah! This was quite a change from book two. In book two Tracey was her own woman, and she loved Jack but she had her own life. In this one - her life suddenly seemed to revolve entirely around whether or not he was going to propose. In essence, her whole life revolved around whether or not a man was going to be in it. That's quite disappointing Tracey. You let me down chicka.
That being said, it was written well enough that Tracey managed to get me riled. I didn't like her behaviour - ignoring ...more
I really enjoy how Tracey has to keep reminding herself to take charge in her life...too many of us have s ...more
If I ignore every reference to a celebrity, I really enjoyed the book. It was a quick read, and it actually gave a really good message to young women who are waiting on the man to get engaged. It really speaks about how you can't wait for others actions to influence ...more
Ending a ...more
I bid you good reading!!
Easy, fun read.