I enjoyed the other books in this series, but I could not finish this one. Perhaps I was just in the wrong mood at the time, but I found Tracey to supremely annoying in this outing, hitting the same whiney note throughout the first third of the book (which was as far as I got...)
Nice quick read, wanted to slap Tracey upside the head a few times but overall enjoyable!
Like some other readers noted, this book had me wanting to slap Tracey for most of the story. She was so obnoxious and annoying, I mostly skimmed the book to get to the fourth book. If I hadn't already had the fourth book here, I probably would have just given up. I get the female fantasy of wanting a man to ask you to marry him, give you a ring, etc. But I don't get a woman just sitting back and waiting for life to be delivered to her. It was hard to like or relate to a character who was so unwilling to take charge of any part of her own life.
I found this book to be very annoying! It took everything I had to finish it. I loved the first two books in this series, but the main character got on my nerves because she kept crying about when she would get engaged.
A girl-waiting-for-boy-to-propose story, although a little dull and predictable on plot. The writing is sometimes witty, and the heroine, although girl-next-door, sometimes verges on annoyingly shallow instead of endearing. Entertaining main character, but very flat and unimaginative development of her foil, the boyfriend.