[PDF] Sparing the Heart (Pastime Pursuits #3) By Tracy Krimmer – Anguillais.us

Sparing the Heart (Pastime Pursuits #3) Realtor And Amateur Bowler Kate Hayes Is The Ultimate Fixer Upper At This Stage In Her Life Grieving The Death Of Her Father, She Moves To A Brand New Town For A Fresh Frame She Quickly Realizes, However, That Location Isn T Everything She S Always Preached To Her Clients When She Finds Herself Falling Into The Same Bad Habits To Break The Cycle, She Joins A Local Bowling League And Meets Handsome But Taken Meteorologist Kellan Valentine Will Their Friendship Lead To Sunny Skies Or It Is Another Forecast For Disaster

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  1. says:

    I think Tracy Krimmer was spying on me when she wrote this novel Kate loves bowling and it was a pastime she shared with her dad My dad and I also have a shared love for bowling She doesn t drink coffee or beer She grew up in the midwest She loves 90s music She even references the movie Teen Witch The only things we don t have in common are that she s a way better bowler than I am and she s single However, that part makes for the most enjoyable aspect for the story, since readers get t I think Tracy Krimmer was spying on me when she wrote this novel Kate loves bowling and it was a pastime she shared with her dad My dad and I also have a shared love for bowling She doesn t drink coffee or beer She grew up in the midwest She loves 90s music She even references the movie Teen Witch The only things we don t have in common are that she s a way better bowler than I am and she s single However, that part makes...


  2. says:

    I may have been slightly stalking Tracy while waiting for her to finish writing this book I fell in love with her light and fun writing style with the first two books in this series, then proceeded to devour everything else she had written in the meantime There may actually have been an audible squeee when I received my advanced reader copy to review and it skipped to the top of my review pile sorry everyone else favouritism at play.Those of you who have read Caching In will remember Seth I may have been slightly stalking Tracy while waiting for her to finish writing this book I fell in love with her light and fun writing style with the first two books in this series, then proceeded to devour everything else she had written in the meantime There may actually have been an audible squeee when I received my advanced reader copy to review and it skipped to the top of my review pile sorry everyone else favouritism at play.Those of you who have read Caching In will remember Seth s sister Kate, who helped him run the BB Tracy has done it again, she has taken a character I didn t really like just like she did with Chelsea in Jay Walking and shown them to me in a whole new light I really liked Kate in this book and it demonstrated how differently we can act around our family co...


  3. says:

    I start all books with the hope of a five star read For this story, as the chapters progressed, you could see the stars drying up and crumbling away A too predictable, too cliche, light contemporary romance that leaves the reader with the taste of disappointment in their mouth.


  4. says:

    Kate Hayes will absolutely kick my ass in a game of bowling 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 Kate Hay...


  5. says:

    This review was originally posted on karaneleni.comIt 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 This review was originally posted on karaneleni.comIt 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...


  6. says:

    This book had a lot of things going for it an interesting storyline, relatable characters, great banter and well written prose I did not read the first two books in the series but I had no trouble reading this as a stand alone I also really like the cover I took a star off because we only get the Kate s POV personally I love dual POV s and I was a bit disappo...


  7. says:

    A cute story about starting over, Sparing the Heart is a sweet story with bowling as the central theme The main character Katie is trying to come to terms with her father death and she joins a bowling league to help her get out and make some new friends Katie findsthan she barga...


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  9. says:

    I m a bowler so for me it was a little extra bonus for bowling to be part of the storylineI probably would have rated it a 3 otherwise


  10. says:

    Sometimes change is the only thing that can save you from yourself 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 Sometimes change is the only thing that can save you from yourself Oh ...

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