What's Afoot With Grace:

A Very Desirable Tale!

May 24, 2022

I’m pleased to announce that Miss Desirable, Book Four in the Mischief in Mayfair series, is now available as an ebook from the webstore, and in print from Amazon. The on-sale date for the retail platforms is June 14, but why wait when Catherine Fairchild and Xavier Fournier are already exchanging interested glances?

Never a Duke, Always a Bestseller!

May 4, 2022

The Rogues to Riches series is finishing up with another addition to the USA Today Bestsellers list. Thanks to the loveliest readers in the world, Never a Duke joins the first six books in the series on the USAT bestsellers shelf, to which Quinn and Jane say, “But of course!” Thanks, folks. You make being an author so much fun!

Sirens by the Seaside

April 14, 2022

Congratulations to writin’ buddy Erica Ridley on the release of her novella, Love Letters by the Sea! This title is number four in the Siren’s Retreat Novella Quartet, and that means you can read the whole series. Time to pack that (virtual) beach bag and get reading!

The Duke’s (Delightful) Disaster

April 7, 2022

Please join me in welcoming The Duke’s Disaster to the web store! This title was first released seven years ago and has been a reader favorite ever since. Noah, His Grace of Anselm, and Araminthea, Duchess of Convenience, are one of my favorite couples too. The web store ebook price is $4.99, and the files are gradually populating on the retail platforms as well. The new cover was designed to fit in with the Lonely Lords series, and I think it captures Noah’s overly serious mien (also his lovely blue eyes). Welcome home, Your Graces!

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In a Word

May 21, 2022   •  Grace's Most Recent Blog Post

On the way to the horse barn this week, I found myself tooling along behind a cement truck. When I was a small child, I did not know the correct name for this vehicle, because the family term was, Putty-Putty-Ment-Mixer. I have no idea who coined that appellation, but my siblings all know what it means. They similarly know that my mother, among others, used the term bombosity to refer to the backside, and she was also fond of the term ish-kabibbles to mean, “Oh, what nonsense.” My father, when intent on sternly admonishing an … Continue reading