At the age of eight, Tracy Parker wrote her first romance with a chubby, red marker. It made one's eyes hurt to read it, but it did have a cliffhanger ending. Since then, she's dedicated her time into improving her craft with the use of many No.2 pencils and divides her time between her love of writing, reading, and spending time with her family. She currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio with her scoundrel husband, her three adorable children, and her weight- challenged Border Collie.
"Utterly charming." -- NYT bestselling author Julia Quinn A pair of appealing, rather unlikely protagonists finally sort things out in this sexy, funny title that resolves things a bit too neatly but is still delightfully entertaining -- Library Journal TO WED A WICKED EARL is a charming, fun read that kept me up several nights. The secondary characters add humor as do some of the situations in which the hero and heroine are embroiled. -- Romance Reviews Today TO WED A WICKED EARL is an engaging and charming Regency historical romance. Light, frothy, and humorous, TO WED A WICKED EARL sparkles. -- Romance Readers Connection Parker's characters are so endearing and the sexual tension so high that readers will be enraptured by the second installment of her Bride Hunt Ball series. -- Romantic Times BOOKclub Ms. Parker has written a delightful read with sparkling characters, especially Charlotte. She is a riot with her witty and clever conversations with herself. Then add the dialogue between Charlotte and Adam and a slightly nutty grandmother and you have a winning combination. -- Fresh Fiction You'd be foolish to miss this book! -- Rakehell Productions