Review of A Dozen Apologies

dozen apologiesWhat a charmer! A Dozen Apologies, published by Tracy Ruckman at Write Integrity Press, is the collaborative effort of a dozen well-known and popular authors, including Betty Owens, Jennifer Hallmark, Jerusha Agen, and others. Each author provided a chapter in the life of Mara Adkinson, former sorority bad girl.

Back in college, Mara and her sorority sisters got a kick out of publicly humiliating the men who loved them. Now, after a cruel shot of karma, Mara is on a quest to find all twelve men and apologize. Each chapter, written by a different author, features a new man, a new job–and apparently the authors were under strict orders not to make it a common job–and a new reaction to the apology.

Of course, this novel is a bit of a romance to boot, and the final chapter reveals the man of Mara’s dreams. This honey was one of the twelve she’d apologized to, chosen for her by pre-publication readers.

The novel is episodic by nature, but it’s a goodie. Short and fun, this book is a terrific opportunity to see the writing talents of several authors at once. What a special treat!


Many of the same authors have joined together again to bring us the adventures of The Love Boat Bachelor, available now on Amazon!


About Linda W. Yezak

Author/Freelance Editor/Speaker (writing and editing topics).
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4 Responses to Review of A Dozen Apologies

  1. K.M. Weiland says:

    That is a really fun premise! I may have to check that one out.


  2. Pearl R. Meaker says:

    Sounds fun! I just bought it on Amazon Smile. 🙂


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