What's Afoot With Grace:

A Little Birdie Told Me!

July 5, 2022

Just in time for your hammock marathon, the audiobook version of No Other Duke Will Do has been Chirp-priced at $4.99. This is the Windham Brides story about the Welsh duke with the library, and Elizabeth the bookworm… great fun, multiple subplots that all tried to steal the book, smoochin’… Where IS my hammock!

Her Heart’s Desire!!!

June 14, 2022

Miss Desirable, Book Four in the Mischief in Mayfair series, is now available from all the major ebook retailers. (The print version went live a few weeks ago.) Xavier Fournier and Catherine Fairchild are soooo deserving of a happily ever after, and I had great fun seeing that they got one. Order your copy here!

An Heir of Distinction!

June 3, 2022

I am happy to pass along that for a limited time, The Heir, book one in the Windham family series, has been discounted to $2.99 at all the major e-book retailers. I cannot recall any time in the past ten years when Anna and Westhaven’s tale was available at a discount, so please considering tucking this oldie-but-goodie into your beach bag!

A Very Desirable Tale!

May 24, 2022

I’m pleased to announce that Miss Desirable, Book Four in the Mischief in Mayfair series, is now available as an ebook from the webstore, and in print from Amazon. The on-sale date for the retail platforms is June 14, but why wait when Catherine Fairchild and Xavier Fournier are already exchanging interested glances?

Grace's Romances by Genre

Emotional Support Beast

July 2, 2022   •  Grace's Most Recent Blog Post

I have always enjoyed cats. They are pretty, a touch mysterious, lithe, soft, ruthless, and very protective of their young. And they purr–what’s not to like? From earliest childhood, I’ve known the sensation of soft paws landing on the bed in the dark, followed by a deliberate circling and settling in on the covers. When you are a child terrified of the dark, that self-possessed, warm presence feels like the visitation of an angel. My family knows of my feline inclinations, and thus in the middle of the pandemic, a relative who was also in … Continue reading