Calvin's Trick or Treat

Calvin's Trick or Treat

by Tucker Davis
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Calvin's Trick or Treat by Tucker Davis

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With his recent promotion, accommodating women and fun loving personality, Calvin Jameson was enjoying life to the fullest. But his life is turned upside down the minute he reads a text from Tricia Martin, a woman he spent two blissful weeks with. Tricia’s text proclaiming she is pregnant and Calvin is the father sent his life into a downward spiral. Calvin shouts to the world the unborn baby is not his. So why does he pretend to be engaged to Tricia when his heart has latched onto Amber Kennedy? Is this all a trick, if so, who is tricking whom?

Amber Kennedy desired a man to love her and her only with all the passion she read about in novels. Calvin Jameson’s reputation preceded him, which is why Amber wanted to run and hide the second she laid eyes on Calvin the first day of her defensive driving class. However, her feet, eyes and heart planted her in place, hoping he was the man she was waiting to love. Would Calvin prove to be the treat her heart longs for or is it all an illusion?

Calvin’s Trick or Treat is the second novel in the Chasing Love series. For more information on Tucker Davis visit or write her at .

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014335348
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 03/10/2012
Series: Chasing Love , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 225
Sales rank: 545,165
File size: 853 KB

About the Author

Tucker Davis is an Atlanta native who writes in her down time after raising two young children, caring for her husband, working as a full-time attorney and being active in community service organizations. She has had a love of writing since she was in high school, which grew from a desire to travel to other places. Tucker, a naturally risk adverse person, often lived her adventures through reading. She even blames her poor eyesight on sneaking to read books in the darkness of her bedroom when she was supposed to be asleep.

It wasn't until she discovered authors like John Grissom, Terry McMillan, Brenda Jackson, Kayla Perrin and Rochelle Alers that her desire to tell her own stories was fed. She decided it was time to share the stories she allowed to play out in her mind. Thus, she penned her first novel, Misplaced Desires, which will be published in 2012 under the Twisted Pleasures series.

With life things happen and our paths are altered. More specifically, Tucker became engrossed in bearing and raising her children, climbing the corporate ladder and battling breast cancer. These crossroads changed her plans to publish her first novel a bit, but they did not deter her. She published legal articles, but they did not quench her thirst to publish romance novels.

Her first published novel Derrin's Hot Pursuit brings to life the story of Derrin, one of five African-American men who, for varying reasons, want to avoid long term commitments and falling love. It is their fear of losing the women they have unexpectedly began to adore, that drives them to confront their fears head on. Take the journey with Tucker Davis as we follow Derrin, Marcus, Calvin, Jared, and Ennis when they chase love.

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Calvin's Trick or Treat (SAMPLE) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this book. It was very realistic. Keep up the Good Work Tucker Davis
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great continuation for the Chasing Love series. Calvin and Amber had great chemistry. I loved the fact that they both wanted to avoid a relationship but couldn't. Their friends made the scenes go by fast. I felt like I could see the characters speaking, especially Calvin's twin nieces. Kenya is crazy! I loved the scene with them going to the hospital. I am not sure what the other reviewer means by saying it reads like a literature paper. Not. I have never read a literature paper with good dialogue, hot sex scenes and laugh out loud parts. Maybe that reader was reviewing another book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Characters are immature, and the vernacular is stilted and unrealistic. It reads like a literature paper and not a novel.