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Oh Happy, Delightful Day!!!

September 22, 2020

I am exceedingly pleased to announce that Ash Dorning and Della Haddonfield story, My Heart’s True Delight, is now on sale at all the major retailers (and in the web store of course). A hero wrestling with the mulligrubs and blue devils seems like an appropriate champion in these interesting times, and Daisy is just the lady to join him in that fight–for more reasons than he knows. Order your copy here, and happy reading!

Delightful News!!!

September 10, 2020

I am pleased to report that My Heart’s True Delight (aka Ash and Della’s story, True Gentlemen No. 10) is now on sale in the web store in ebook, and from Amazon in print. The retail release date remains Sept. 22, and those ordering options are all listed here. Happy reading!

September Song

September 1, 2020

This month’s Deals page includes my Highland Holidays contemporary novella quartet on sale for $1.99. I figure we still can’t travel to Scotland very easily, but that’s no reason to deprive us of Highland happily-ever-afters. And in other the news, the web store on-sale date for My Heart’s True Delight is looking like on or around Sept. 10, so if you don’t want to wait until Sept. 22 to read Ash and Della’s tale, order your copy here.

On the blog this week, we’re talking about the joys of approaching autumn, also adding to the ARC list for True Delight, so please do join the conversation!

Links Are for Lovers

August 18, 2020

As the summer heat burns on, I’ve parked my behonkis in front of a fan long enough to get pre-order links up for Daisy Dorning’s HEA, Truly Beloved (Dec 2020 web store/Jan 2021 retail), and Stephen Wentworth’s story, How to Catch a Duke (April 2021 retail).  On the blog this week, I’m wittering on about forced choices and false dichotomies, also adding to my ARC list for My Heart’s True Delight, so please do chime in!

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

September 19, 2020   •  Grace's Most Recent Blog Post

My daughter lives in Oregon, about ten miles (as I write this) from the Holiday Farm Fire, which has consumed 170,000 acres and is only ten percent contained. A wild fire can cover ten miles in a night, easily. A good writin’ buddy lives in southern Louisiana, where hurricane season is pouring misery down by the bucketful. I also have family in coastal California, and their reasons to wear a mask even indoors are just piling up. Between hoping for rain in Oregon, and hoping it will stop raining in Louisiana, I know this is … Continue reading