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And no, not in a good way. Then suddenly a guy takes an interest but he backs away, which, I may add, is totally executable because: The whole book was mostly just dialogue breaaking thoughts, and little action. Mandy has a list of rules.

What could the second book possibly have as a plot based on the ending? Teenage romance Sometimes life experiences force puckety to close self in a shell until another experience forces you to break the shell and move on. Breaking Walls is coming very, very soon 27th May and I for one cannot wait. There were small errors that could have been easily fixed if a friend had proofread the book.

Review: Breaking Rules by Tracie Puckett

You gain feelings and emotions from this book and in some ways I was connected to Mandy and her th When I first started reading ‘Breaking Rules’ I didn’t find it interesting, however after putting it down, I went back to the novel and found it surprisingly interesting. Neither does the reader. Oct 27, Marjolein Viel rated it it was amazing.


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I want to thank the author for writing a book for teenagers that doesn’t involve a classic happy ending but shows the harsh reality we live in. This reminded me of the Lion Nathan Business experience challenge I entered in college. She panicked and got out of the car and the man didn’t want any kind of help. When I rulrs out she had a full-length novel coming out, I pre-ordered right away.

If I was Gabe, that would set off warning bells. rulfs

THIS is what I class as a girl that’s gone cookoo-crazy. I just want to walk away, go home, and forget I ever knew you. Puckkett with This Book. Another reason I recommend this book is because the book encourages to rekindle relationships, like Mandy and Bailey. A perfect parallel to their real lives, each of the broadcasts focuses heavily on books, writing, and romance.

Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Until she almost mowed over Gabe with her car.

Oh Gabriel Raddick, my feelings for him are undoubtedly mixed. She put up a fight when it came to Gabe. Quotes from Breaking Rules.

Forever Summer by C. The main character was hard to root for. Feb 22, Paige Turner rated it it was ok. Sea Grace on Goodreads: Trivia About Breaking Rules B The main character Mandy had these rules set for herself and they made her less and less relatable as they story went on. It deal with real family trust issues and real fears people have to over come to get what they want. First if all, ugh. Nice story of 18yr girl who tries to follow some rules and they all fall back with the love of life 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.


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And, as weird as this sounds, the ending had a very “Japanese” feel to it; I have my reasons for saying this but explaining why would cause spoilers so I have to be a bit rupes. More by Tracie Puckett.

However the ending has a cliffhanger which isn’t good set up into the next book, but always frustrating. I thought it was a good story and I liked the way it ended, because it didn’t answer all of the questions and mysteries that came up throughout the book. He runs the program that Mandy is volunteering for. For Mandy, that meant finishing her last year of high school, going puc,ett college, and then returning to small-town Sugar Creek pucktet live a solitary life as a writer.