What's Afoot With Grace:

By Popular Demand!!!!

March 3, 2023

A reader asked me where she could find that novella about Lady Edith and the Duke of Emory. I was caught flat-footed, because this tale, How to Ruin a Duke, had gone into the de-published pile, where it languished apace. Shame upon me! Fortunately, A Kiss by the Sea, another novella, was available for duet purposes, and the result is A Gentleman Worthy of Kisses. You can refresh your memory about the particulars of these stories here, or order the duet here.  Happy reading!

A Delectable Deal!!!

March 1, 2023

The Mischief in Mayfair books one through four  are all available from the web store in audio–you knew that, right? But did you know that for the month of March, I’ve discounted the first audio book in the series, Miss Delectable, from $7.99 down to $3.99. You can download the MP3 files, which is honestly a bit tedious, or listen using the Bookfunnel app. Enjoy!!!

Devoted Ever After!

February 21, 2023

Mishchief in Mayfair book six, Miss Devoted, has hit the shelves–the retail shelves that is. Michael and Pysche’s quest for true love is now available from the web store, in print, and from all the other usual suspects. Wheee!

Miss Devoted in Print!!!

January 31, 2023

I am happy to pass along that Miss Devoted, Book Six in the Mischief in Mayfair series, is now available in print from Amazon. The web store ebook versions download on Feb. 7, while the retail versions will ship Feb. 21. And this just in… pre-order links for Miss Determined, Book Seven, have gone live! Wheee!

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Life’s Disappointments

March 25, 2023   •  Grace's Most Recent Blog Post

I’m finishing up the first draft of Book Two in my Lord Julian series (links starting to populate for Book One–yikes!), and having great fun with my main character, Lord Julian Caldicott. In a mystery series, it’s often said that the main character doesn’t really change from book to book. The investigation of and solution to the puzzle are what rivet reader attention–but I’m not finding that to be exactly so. Just as Lady Violet took eight books to sort through widowhood issues, re-evaluate her relationships with family, and end up with a re-marriage based … Continue reading