Sparing the Heart
Those of you who have read Caching In will remember Seth' ...more
But let’s not talk about my bowling skills (nil, if you ask me).
Sparing the Heart is a romance novel that does not really stray far away from the chick lit formula. This is both good and not so good.
It’s good because the story works within the confines of the beloved genre. It has romantic feels, sexual tension, rivalry, drama, and humor. So it works!
The not so good part is that it’s just that. It’s on the safe side.
But I like Kate as ...more
It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Tracy Krimmer. I loved Ally and Seth in CACHING IN so much that I (wrongly) assumed that my favorite characters in the series wouldn’t change. Kate, in SPARING THE HEART, is so much like me that it’s scary. There were many parts in the story that I could relate to making it very difficult to put the book down. Tracy did an amazing job wrapping up the Pastime Pursuits series. I can’t wait to see what she has in st...more
I actually don't remember Kate that much from book 1, but I remember she was not a likeable character, in this book she is like a whole new person, I like her way of thinking, her conflict is totally understandable and well described and her relationship with Kellan, a situation that could truly happen on real life. Every character ...more
Oh my gee!
It's no secret how much I love a great romance, but I also love when a little bit of self-discovery happens to the main character within the story.
That's what you get with Kate Hayes.
I was first introduced to Kate in Caching In. She was a secondary character that I just knew had a story behind her. I was excited when I found out she would be getting her own book!!
"Ten pounds shouldn't be hard to lift, but today, it se ...more
Kate decides to spread her wings because the last six months have been filled with nothing but work. With the suggestion of her therapist, she realizes t ...more
Whoo hoo, another fantastic offering from Tracy Krimmer! I have loved Krimmer’s style of writing since I first started reading from her, and Sparing the Heart is no exception. While I knew I would read her latest book anyway, my interest was piqued seeing bowling played a large role in the story. While not a bowler myself, my mom was a big league bowler at one time, and my husband now is, so I thought I could enjoy those aspects. That rang true, but there was so much more ...more
Tracy Krimmer loves penning chick lit and Women's Fiction as well as reading the same genre. Her passion for the written word began at a young age and her favorite place as a child was the library.
When she's not writing, she enjoys fitness, crushing candy, and napping. She lives in the Midwest with ...more