Reviews For

Truck Stop

A charming Contemporary Romance
with a touch of Suspense to keep you guessing!
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Available as Kindle & Paperback...

or read it free on Kindle Unlimited!

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5 Stars!

 

Ms. McCormack has established herself as a storyteller with this tender, bold telling of Terri's foray into life as a survivor of abuse and her budding romance with Mike. She has tackled the topics of teen pregnancy and child abuse with masterful skill, strong, well-developed characters and an engaging plot. Definitely worth the read!

 

by Jenn Bradshaw on Goodreads

5 Stars!

 

Allie McCormrmac's tale of a young girl escaping abuse and finding love rides a wave of giddy happiness framed by tragic circumstances. She weaves an emotional tapestry that is a joy to read. Romance is light and joyful as a dark shadow of her young girl's past gives just the right amount of flavor to the telling.

 

by Paul on Goodreads

5 Stars!

 

Loved this story about runways and truckers. Mike and Teri were brought together by simular circumstances. Their love story was pure. I would like to read more about some of the other characters in story. Good first book by the author.

 

by Jackie Lennon on Goodreads

5 Stars!

 

Synopsis:

Teri is on the run from her terrible father when she winds up in a truck stop in the middle of nowhere, Wyoming. She meets some amazing people who take her in and give her a job waiting tables in their restaurant. She winds up meeting Mike, a truck driver who was once a runaway himself.

Flash forward a year later, Teri falls head over heels for Mike, but he thinks of her in a younger sister kind of way. Eventually, the pair proclaim their feelings for each other in a passion filled night, but things take a drastic turn when Teri gets some unsettling news.

Will Teri and Mike overcome their obstacles and live happily ever after?


The Good:

This story was beautifully written. Allie has a wonderful way with words and describes things in such a way that the reader is immersed in the story. I was so entranced by the story that I couldn’t put it down. I finished it in one sitting and was left wanting more.

Teri and Mike’s love story was believable and so many people will be able to relate to it. I highly recommend this novel to anyone who loves a good romance novel or even a good suspense.

I typically don’t read true romance, so I enjoyed the suspense that Allie added to the story.

The Bad:

I honestly have nothing bad to say about the story. I loved every bit of it.

Overall:

I highly recommend this novel to all readers over the age of seventeen. There are some explicit love-making scenes.

Favorite Quotes:

“Mike looked up looked up just as the girl was propelled through the door, the wind at her back a live force, determined to have one last chance at her before she reached safety.”

“Teri hefted her backpack to one shoulder, smiling at them both. It wasn’t much of a smile, the first one Marsha had seen from her yet, but it brightened her eyes, and lifted some of the strain from her waif’s face.”

“Joe looked away, clearing his throat to smother the chuckle that threatened; the child made it sound like she’d been invited through the gates of Heaven.”

 

by Holly H. on  Amazon

5 Stars!

 

The writing in itself brings you into the story and the plot itself strays away from the usual in an erotic storyline and keeps you reading. Creative.. and not the usual. A true up and coming writer that understand the dynamics of the story and development and not just another copied plot that is over-used. Worth the read and waiting for more. 

 

by Bookseller on Amazon

 

5 Stars!

 

Take Truck Stop on your next road trip!

 

Ms. McCormack has established herself as a storyteller with this tender, bold telling of Terri's foray into life as a survivor of abuse and her budding romance with Mike. She has tackled the topics of teen pregnancy and child abuse with masterful skill, strong, well-developed characters and an engaging plot. Definitely worth the read!

 

by Sage Wolfsong/Thrice Read Books on Amazon

5 Stars!

 

Great Storyline

I'm not a Romance, Happily Ever After kind of guy but I read a friend's copy of Truck Stop. The Romance parts were secondary, as far as I was concerned, to the story line. Allie has a way of drawing you into the story so you find yourself unable to put the book down. You get involved with the characters to the point that you HAVE to know what happens next. A good story well written that stands on it's own no matter the genre.

 

by Charles H. on Amazon

4 Stars!

 

A Page Turner

 

I'm not a romance fan in general but this book held me turning pages until I finished it. Ms. McCormack has given readers a coming-of-age tale of love, courage and perseverance in the face of very real challenges that makes it a great read. I can't wait to see what she comes up with next. More!!!

 

by J.R. Webber on Amazon

4 Stars!

 

Very compelling story


Tracie Campbell was just sixteen years old but the look in her eyes would tell you that she was older in experience than she was in age. She had never had a real childhood. Her abusive father had stolen her youth and innocence from her. Tracie had no choice; she had to run.


And run she did; right into the warm arms of caring strangers who gave her something that her own father could never give her - love without strings, the chance to be free, unafraid of dark happenings behind closed doors.
Tracie had finally found a safe haven at M&J's Truck Stop in Rock Springs, Wyoming. The owners of the small truck stop, Marsha and Joe, took her in and gave her a home and a job.


And then there was Mike Gallagher, the big handsome trucker, who took her under his protective wing in a brotherly fashion. MikeAngel the truckers called him on the CB. To Tracie, he indeed looked like the Archangel Michael, come to earth in human form. He was the most handsome guy she had ever laid eyes on. And he treated her like a little sister, which was fine with her, as she trusted no man. But Mike seemed so very different in some way. Somehow she didn't think she wanted Mike to think of her as a sister.


Allie McCormack has created a very compelling story in TRUCK STOP. Not only does she give the reader a love story and a happy ending for a young lady who has suffered a lifetime of abuse but she has given us the majestic splendor of Wyoming too. What more can a reader ask for? TRUCK STOP by Allie McCormack has been added to my shelf of favorite books.

 

by Kristie Leigh Maguire on Amazon

 

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