What's Afoot With Grace:
May I Have This Duck?
June 6, 2023
I thoroughly enjoy writing heroes who have good friends, brothers, sidekicks, and mentors trying to tell them what to do and how to do it, particularly when the task at hand is falling in love. The buddy-dukes in A Duke Walked Into a House Party are among my all time faves. His Grace of Busybodies meets His Grace of Officious Meddlers, and a happily ever after is had by all. You can pick up this novella duet for free for a limited time from the web store. Happy reading!
Miss Determined in Print!!!
May 25, 2023
I like to publish my print versions as soon as the files are ready, and in the case of Miss Determined, those files are ready now. Distribution to some of the retailers will take a while, but the Amazon link is live. Tell Trevor and Amaryllis I said hi!
May 10, 2023
Bookbub recently sent out a pre-order alert for the The Captive Duke, though as some of you know, The Captive (original title) first came out in 2014. What’s going on? Welp, Christian and Gilly got a new cover, a new keyword in the title, and… that’s about it. Cover art licenses can expire, and the original publisher took the opportunity to slightly re-brand the story, though the HEA itself remains unchanged. I expect The Traitor and The Laird will get similar treatment eventually.
Devoted and Dauntless!!!
April 27, 2023
I’m happy to announce that both Miss Devoted and Miss Dauntless are now on sale as audio books in the web store for $7.99 each. That is the only place you will find the audio versions of these happily ever afters, (and the only place to find the The Sweetest Kisses trilogy bundle). You might need a bigger virtual beach bag this year!
Grace's Romances by Genre
Better Late–Sometimes MUCH Better
June 3, 2023 • Grace's Most Recent Blog Post
I had a discussion recently with a horse barn buddy about one of the young lady riders who’d just graduated from high school. The topic we got into was gap years, a pause between educational marathons, a chance to try on adulthood outside the classroom. Rather than plunge into college, our young friend wanted to wait for a time, focus on her riding, network in her chosen field, give some thought to specific skills she’d need that might better inform curricular choices and so forth. She was nonetheless being pressured to git’ er done! Start … Continue reading