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Robert and Constance, take a bow!

November 22, 2020

A great big thank you to all the readers who put The Truth About Dukes on the USA Today Bestseller list! The Rogues to Riches series is five for five so far for USAT honors. No pressure, Stephen… If you haven’t pre-ordered his story yet, the links for How to Catch a Duke are right here.

On the blog this week, we’re shifting into e-gift card give-away mode as shopping season approaches. I’m pondering the ways in which knowing how to play has become a superpower. Leave your comment here.

The Truth About Dukes!!!

November 14, 2020

At long last, The Truth About Dukes, book 5 in the Rogues to Riches series, has hit the shelves! Robert and Constance are among my favorite couples, in no small part because they simply enjoy each other’s company, gloriously so. They are friends, allies, AND smoochin’ partners. If you haven’t already, you can order your copy here. Happy reading!

More giveaways!

November 2, 2020

My UK versions of The Truth About Dukes have arrived and they are very pretty! I’m giving away three signed copies on the blog this week, where we are talking about what is making us smile lately. Leave your comment here.

More Delightful News!!!

October 8, 2020

Thanks to my wonderful readers, who put My Heart’s True Delight on the USA Today Bestseller list! Next up in the True Gentlemen series is Daisy’s story, Truly Beloved (Jan 19, 2021), followed by Sycamore’s HEA, The Last True Gentleman (Feb. 23, 2021). No pressure, Sycamore, honest!

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Like a Kid Again

November 21, 2020   •  Grace's Most Recent Blog Post

So there I was on my weekly sortie to the horse barn, and a little snow squall blew through. The temperature was hovering around 40F, so nothing was going to stick, but the wind was ferocious, and the day FELT cold enough to snow. When I realized, “Hey, it’s snowing!” my heart leapt up. My pleasure in the moment was spontaneous, but as predictable as winter itself. I love the sight of the first snow flurries and always have. In my family, there’s an oft-told story of one of my brothers, calling home from some … Continue reading