Girl Three

Girl Three

by Tracy March
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Girl Three 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book! The couple has great chemistry. The book is well-paced and very suspenseful. It's another terrific book by this writer. By May
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
Jessica isn’t a person whose life is normally filled with intrigue but she feels that she owes it to her sister to find out why she was killed. I love that Jessica Croft questions her ethics during her search for her sister’s killer. Breaking and entering looks to come easily to her until she has down moments when she must face the fact that criminal activity is against her beliefs even if the cause, finding her sister’s killer, is important and just. Getting caught could also easily derail her brilliant career and her father’s judgeship. During her search, she finds quite a few very unpleasant facts about her estranged sister and isn’t surprised to learn similarly unseemly things about her father. Michael’s heavy heart over the guilt of not being able to save Jessica’s sister and his contractual agreement to not get involved with his new target require him to keep Jessie at arm’s length but it’s not an easy task. The story line is very unique, the romance is not the typical “jump right into bed together” and the writing is very well done making this a very worthwhile read. Heat Rating: Sweet: No sex or scenes of physical intimacy except some kissing. No graphic violence or profanity. Rating: 4.0 Reviewed By: ReadWarrior, My Book Addiction Reviews
Shellbelle1 More than 1 year ago
Girl Three by Tracy March was a captivating book.  It had all the ingredients for an enthralling mystery.  The book was well researched, the political intrigue and corruption in Washington D.C. will just floor the reader.  Every character is suspect and has his or her own agenda.  Not only does the book deliver a mystery that has the reader trying to figure out “who did it” but also delivers some thought provoking issues concerning ethics in embryo research.  It also delves into designer genetics.  Add a romantic twist, sexual chemistry, and intriguing main characters and you have got one fantastic read.  The romance and sensual level is very mild but the mystery and intrigue in this book will keep you captivated.
beanieboo78 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book, so much so that I whizzed through the first 60% of it in one sitting. At three separate points in the book I KNEW what was going to happen, I KNEW who was behind it all and each time I was proven wrong. This really is a thriller that keeps you guessing. March has gotten Jessie and Michael's relationship just right. They were obviously attracted to each other and they almost take it to the next step, but they are both still reeling from Sam's death and I think if they had taken their relationship to the next step straight away it would have felt wrong. Jessie is an intelligent character, though sometimes I struggled to understand her actions. Though you could argue that she was mourning for her sister and as a result she wasn't thinking rationally. I look forward to reading more by Tracy March.
shannschoice More than 1 year ago
Loved this one! It had a lot of suspense--many unexpected twists and turns to keep me on my toes. I think March did a great job ""setting up"" each character. I felt like I got to know the characters without reading a laundry list of traits. It all flowed very naturally. I was a bit intimidated that I wouldn't be able to handle a plot about the inner-workings of Washington DC, Lobbyists, etc. I am usually more of light-hearted-romance kind of reader! However, I found that aspect of the story very intriguing. I know this is a work of fiction, but it was completely believable. I definitely recommend this one. I think it has something for everybody. I look forward to more from Tracy March--especially along the same lines as this story! Reviewed by Joelle for Cocktails and Books