Tracy James Jones
Tracy James Jones was raised between Dallas and Waxahachie, Texas, and considers both cities as “home.” At Navarro College Jones majored in Journalism / minor in Mass Communication. Before college, Jones worked as an actor with the local Community Theater, and as an extra/stand-in for award winning feature films, “Places In The Heart” & “Born On The Fourth Of July.” As a freelance writer/novelist, Jones have written several college introductory letters, other contract writing projects, newspaper articles, and three published novels. Literary portfolio also includes a screenplay adaptation of my original fiction novel, “Searching For Eden.”
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(4.88 from 8 reviews)
This short-short romance story was originally written and posted on my blog in early September 2011.
“Peyton’s Playmate” is the story of a mysterious young woman, a devilishly wild and handsome boy next door, and the provocative games they play in order to win each other’s affections.
Jarian Martin, a former artist, is a compassionate young man who has dedicated his life to helping others. As the troubles of a difficult past strike closer to home, the life he must fight to save is just as important to him as his own…
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- Dreams of Gray
on Dec. 28, 2011
This book had a very interesting storyline, but I just couldn't get a visual of what I was reading. It has the potential to be so much more. Still, there is more to be said in honor of the author's work. The issues I have with the story simply pertains to me. I will leave any further review up to the avid paranormal readers.
- A Splash of Hope
on Jan. 26, 2013
“A Splash of Hope”
Wow! What a wild, titillating, emotional rollercoaster this story was! Though I have read a lot of this author’s work, I was not ready for the story I was about to face. My heart goes out to the Hope sisters and everything they went through. I know how growing up in a small town can be, especially when everyone thinks they know everyone else’s business, and it was no different for these beautiful young women. As for the men in their lives, The Carters, well, that is a story better left for the readers to learn on their own. I definitely give thumbs up to this book and highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a story that will blow your socks off. Literally. Good Job, Charity Parkerson. Good job!