What's Afoot With Grace:
June 21, 2017
Every ebook in the eight-book Windham series is on sale for $.99! I don’t know how long these prices will last, so stockpile in case of thunderstorms, beach trips, or heat waves (I did not just… yes, I did).
Earl-y Bird Sale for True Lady!
June 8, 2017
His Lordship’s True Lady is now available from the website store in both ebook formats (mobi and epub). The print version will be on sale Tuesday, 6/13, along with the major retail platform versions. Tell the earl I said hi!
Tartan Two-Step Standalone
June 4, 2017
Tartan Two-Step, first book in the Trouble Wears Tartan series, is now available as a standalone ebook, both from the website store and your fave retailers. If you’ve read Elias in Love, this is the prequel, featuring Magnus Cromarty’s adventures under Montana’s big sky. HEAs for the beach bag, we haz ’em!
Grace and Optimism
May 21, 2017
June 18, 2017 • Grace's Most Recent Blog Post
We know some stuff about how big families work, and one of the things we know–say about people who are number six out of seven children–is that these children will often make their contribution to the family’s functionality by changing roles. When the family needs a cheerleader, out come the pom-poms. When the family needs a voice of reason, logic is the order of the day. When the family is embarking on an ill-planned adventure, the younger siblings will often be the ones muttering, “Mapquest says this isn’t a shortcut…” The benefit of having these … Continue reading
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“You don’t care for children?” Cromarty asked as the waitress moved off.
“I like children a lot,” Jane said, “but the rug rat will start bellowing here directly, as soon as Mom and Dad try to have an adult conversation. They’re always teething when they’re that small.”
The little family trundled by, the baby nothing more than a pink, sleepy face among soft blankets and padding.
“The bairnie’s too wee to teethe yet,” Cromarty said, his tone wistful. He turned a green-eyed gaze on Jane as she inhaled another bite of injera. “I admit to some puzzlement, Ms. DeLuca. You’re having bread with your bread and bread with your extra potatoes, and I heard mention of dessert. Are you the only American female who doesn’t fret about her weight?”