Every Little Thing

Posted October 22, 2015 by karenbaron in Adult Fiction, Chick Lit, Contemporary Romance, Fiction, Review, Romance, Series, Womens Fiction / 0 Comments

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Every Little ThingEvery Little Thing by Tracy Broemmer
Series: Lorelei Bluffs #1
Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform on November 5th 2014
Genres: Fiction, Romance
Pages: 482
Format: Paperback
Source: Author

Russ Wescott wants his ex-wife and his old life back. Remarried, with a new baby, Jorie Macaslan lives a comfortable life. Her ex-husband makes her crazy, and unfortunately, he seems to be around as often now as he did when they were married. When Russ and Jorie's eighteen-year-old son, Cody, announces that his not-girlfriend is pregnant, Russ and Jorie find themselves thrown together in a new family crisis. Cody insists that Steph is just a friend, that both of them want to give the baby up for adoption, and that he's most definitely not in love with Steph. Jorie is worried that one day Cody and Steph will regret their decision. Then again, she doesn't want Cody to be tied down with a baby when he should be starting college next fall. After all, she and Russ got married young because she was pregnant with Cody, and look how they turned out. Russ is worried that Jorie is too much in love with her new husband and too involved in her new life to ever consider forgiving him for his one transgression that hurt her so badly. Will Cody and Steph decide to keep their baby, or will they decide on adoption? Can Russ make Jorie believe he's still as in love with her now as the day they were married?

My take on this book: All I got to say is wow this book will make you feel a whole lot of different feelings throughout the story. Tracy Broemmer did a great job on this book. I actually felt like I was back in Lorelai Bluffs, Illinois with these amazing characters. This book is so filled with the drama of every day life. I wondered at what life threw at the characters, cried with them, was upset with and for them, I rallied for their happiness, yelled at them for some of the decisions that they made, and thoroughly was caught up in their lives.

I liked how the title Every Little Thing ended up in some of the chapters. I thought that was cool as we use the phrase “every little thing” as things crosses our paths in daily life. Mrs. Broemmer is an amazing author and this book is really good. If anyone asks for a recommendation I would probably give it to them. That is if they are looking for a book about somewhat day-to-day life book.

I will give this book five stars because it is that good and I think it deserves it.

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About Tracy Broemmer

Tracy Broemmer

Tracy Broemmer holds a BS in political science and a Masters of Science in Education. Before deciding to stay at home full time with her children, Tracy worked in the early childhood education field.

Still a stay at home mom, though her children are now twenty and fifteen, Tracy is an avid reader, volunteers at a local parochial school library and spends her waking hours writing the books she’s thinking about when she should be sleeping.

Tracy is the author of fifteen women’s fiction novels, including the Lorelei Bluffs series and five middle grade/young adult novels. She is currently working on a stand-alone women’s fiction manuscript and avoiding edits on another project.

Tracy enjoys spending time with her family, watching NFL, listening to music and anything to do with books!

Every Little Thing