What's Afoot With Grace:
A Starred Review is born!
October 18, 2018
Big thanks to The Library Journal for giving My One and Only Duke a starred review. Quinn and Jane’s tale is “pure gold… a brilliant launch to a promising series.” Order your copy right here.
Perfectly Wonderful News!
October 4, 2018
Perfect in Print (finally)
October 1, 2018
For my very patient print readers… You will be pleased to know (I sure am) that A Truly Perfect Gentleman is now available from Amazon and B&N in print. Zon has the cheaper price; order from either vendor here. Sure glad that’s sorted out!
An Almost Perfect Book Launch!
September 25, 2018
The Joyous Day is here, and A Truly Perfect Gentleman has launched, though not without a teeny-tiny hitch. The print links on both Amazon and B&N haven’t sorted themselves out quite yet, though in another day or two, I expect that to be resolved. Ebook fans can order their copies here, and happy reading!
August 26, 2018 • Grace's Most Recent Blog Post
I have long marveled at what wonderful company other authors are, and what delightful people my readers are. Every reader I’ve met or interacted with on the topic of my books has been gracious and considerate, even when they are disappointed with a story, or informing me of a boo-boo spotted in the text. This might be because my reading demographic (the whole historical romance reading demographic) skews older, and thus developed literary habits before the advent of “smart” phones or even computers. We know these devices are eroding our capacity for memory, focus, and … Continue reading
Reader Favorite Spotlight
“Children, much less three children and one of them a female, will not do.” More strongly than that, Hessian Kettering could not put his sentiments, not in the presence of his niece. “I have no patience with noise, drama, or dirt, while children delight in all of the foregoing.”
Worth Kettering passed Hessian the baby, whose charming attributes included a penchant for batting at the noses of unsuspecting uncles.
“Lord Evers’s will names you as guardian of all three,” Worth said, pouring himself a fresh glass of lemonade. “Unless you want to tangle with Chancery—at considerable expense, I might add—then you have become the legal authority over three children. The boys will remain at school for the rest of the term, and for the girl, you simply hire a governess or two.”