Grace’s Connected Books
Listed in chronological order.
Jump to Series:
- Windham Brides
- Trouble Wears Tartan
- Rogues to Riches
- Hidden Pleasures
- Highland Holidays
- Jaded Gentlemen
- True Gentlemen
- Captive Hearts
- Lonely Lords
- Sweetest Kisses
- Holiday Anthology
Elizabeth, Charlotte, Megan, and Anwen Windham have been spinsters long enough, in the opinion of their aunt, the Duchess of Moreland. Despite her grace’s plans (and—ahem—his grace’s schemes) the four young ladies refuse to marry for anything less than passionate, true love. Alas for matchmaking relations, that commodity is scarcer than handsome, wealthy, single young dukes!
The Trouble with Dukes — December 20, 2016
Too Scot to Handle — July 25, 2017
No Other Duke Will Do — November 7, 2017
A Rogue of Her Own — March 6, 2018
I had such fun with the Highland Holiday contemporary novellas that I've expanded the concept, to a series of contemporary novels featuring love between a Scot and an American. No matter how great the challenge, Yankee ingenuity, Highland charm, and sheer determination see each couple to a happily ever after.
Tartan Two-Step — April 11, 2017
Elias in Love — May 16, 2017
Scotland to the Max — September 18, 2018
The Cowboy Wore A Kilt — March 22, 2019
My One and Only Duke — November 6, 2018
When a Duchess Says I Do — April 2, 2019
Forever and a Duke — November 26, 2019
Sometimes the loveliest gifts hide under unassuming wrapping. Grace joins Susannah Ives and Emily Greenwood to bring you three novella trios take the theme treasures hiding in plain sight, and apply it to three dukes forced to rusticate in the wilds of Yorkshire, three widowed duchesses desperate to avoid the London matchmakers, and three marquesses who don costumes and masks, but cannot elude true love. Happy treasure hunting!
Dukes in Disguise — March 11, 2016
Duchesses in Disguise — March 14, 2017
Marquesses at the Masquerade — April 17, 2018
Dunroamin Cottage, the Cromarty family's rental property, sits by a beautiful, peaceful river in a quiet, pretty woods in Perthshire, Scotland. Americans who vacation at the cottage are promised the trip of a lifetime, every detail planned by their Cromarty hosts to ensure an enjoyable stay on their highland holidays. Regardless of why they think they came to Scotland, the vacationers find true love among the heather, despite carefully planned itineraries to the contrary.
Two Wee Drams of Love — January 15, 2016
Must Love Scotland — January 16, 2016
Highland Holidays — January 20, 2016
A fellow can still be a gentleman, even if his view of the world has been skewed by trying experiences toward lower expectations, fewer friends, and humbler dreams. Thomas Jennings, Matthew Belmont, Axel Belmont, and John Fanning—who have all seen the rough side of life, and the disappointing side of romance—are prepared to content themselves with their country estates and their business affairs. In each case, true love comes riding up the lane when the gentleman least expects her, and gives him a chance to re-evaluate his priorities--or have his heart broken all over again.
Thomas — May 26, 2015
Matthew — September 22, 2015
Axel — December 15, 2015
The Jaded Gentlemen — May 30, 2016
Jack — June 14, 2016
Five Regency men who've given up on happily ever afters and other fairy tales find true love where they least expect it—with true ladies.
Tremaine’s True Love — August 25, 2015
Daniel’s True Desire — November 3, 2015
Will’s True Wish — February 2, 2016
His Lordship’s True Lady — June 13, 2017
My Own True Duchess — June 19, 2018
A Truly Perfect Gentleman — September 25, 2018
A Lady of True Distinction — May 12, 2019
The Scottish Highlands early in Queen Victoria's reign form the back drop for stories relating to three Scottish earls from various branches of Clan MacGregor. Ian MacGregor (The Bridegroom Wore Plaid) must marry an heiress to refill the empty clan coffers, though the woman who fills his heart is poor, plain and determined that Ian should marry lucratively. In the second book, (Once Upon a Tartan), Tiberius Flynn, Earl of Spathfoy, has come to the Highlands to take custody of his little niece, but finds instead that the girl's aunt Hester captures Tye's heart. The final story, The MacGregor's Lady follows the tale of Asher MacGregor and his efforts to find a husband for American heiress Hannah Cooper, while avoiding matrimonial entanglements for himself.
The Bridegroom Wore Plaid — December 1, 2012
Mary Fran and Matthew — July 1, 2013
Once Upon a Tartan — August 6, 2013
The MacGregor’s Lady — February 4, 2014
What a Lady Needs for Christmas — October 7, 2014
Three related romances dealing with the ways love can free an imprisoned heart.
Christian Severn (The Captive) was captured by the French, tortured, and left to die. He makes his way back to England to find his dukedom in disarray, his surviving family faring no better, and yet, Gillian, Countess of Windmere, has more challenges in store for Christian.
Sebastian St. Clair (The Traitor) was responsible for Christian’s captivity, and has resigned himself to dying at the hands of the Englishmen seeking revenge for the treatment at Sebastian’s hands, but Milly Danforth has other plans for Sebastian.
Michael Brodie (The Laird) went off to war, leaving behind a young bride who deserved better from him than abandonment. He comes home to his Brenna finds not the quiet, shy girl he knew, but an angry, isolated woman whose dragons he must slay if he’s not lose the only war that really matters.
If you read the introduction to the Windham Series above, then you know that I wrote more than two dozen books before I even wondered about getting them published. I'd tear into a tale of love lost and derring-do (what is derring-do, anyway?), and a secondary character would tug at my elbow, "Me next! Me next!" and off on another tale I'd go as soon as (or before) I'd finished the first. The result is a long series of loosely connected stories of friends, siblings and neighbors that we dubbed, "The Lonely Lords." Our flagship hero, Darius Lindsey, has siblings, in-laws, and even Windham connections that are characteristic of the whole series. You'll find old friends cheering from the sidelines, make new friends, and end up with a whole lot of happily ever after.
Darius — April 1, 2013
Nicholas — May 1, 2013
Ethan — June 4, 2013
Beckman — July 1, 2013
Gabriel — September 3, 2013
Gareth — November 5, 2013
Andrew — December 3, 2013
Douglas — January 7, 2014
David — March 4, 2014
Trenton — April 1, 2014
Worth — May 1, 2014
Hadrian — June 6, 2014
The Loneliest Lords — May 17, 2016
Ashton — September 20, 2016
Once upon a time there was me, Grace Burrowes, sitting in a bar with an acquiring editor, Deb Werksman, from Sourcebooks. This was our first encounter and so she asked me how many completed manuscripts I had.
“’Bout twenty,” was my answer—twenty-four being “’bout twenty” when you’ve had a nip of Dutch courage. Once we signed a deal, Madam Editor sifted and sorted through those diamonds in the rough muttering things about positioning and market strategy. She eventually emerged from her conjuring place to tell me that Westhaven, St. Just and Lord Valentine would be my initial trilogy.
Oh, yippee! I wrote a trilogy! And more good news, as The Heir hit the shelves, I was given an opportunity to write a Christmas book as well. We decided that the Christmas book, Lady Sophie’s Christmas Wish, could feature a Windham sister, and this turned out to be one of most enjoyable books I’ve written. Inspired by that experience, I went forth with stories for the remaining four Windham sisters.
I didn’t set out to write an-eight sibling series, but as much fun as I’ve had with it, I now wish Their Graces had managed a few more offspring. Of course, Percival and Esther probably have a tale to tell, and Uncle Tony and Aunt Gladys are blessed with four female offspring, and then there are the prequel books and the sequels and spin-offs. Suffice it to say that the Windhams and their related books will keep me busy for a long time to come!
The Heir — December 1, 2010
The Soldier — June 1, 2011
Lady Sophie’s Christmas Wish — October 1, 2011
The Virtuoso — November 1, 2011
Lady Maggie’s Secret Scandal — May 1, 2012
Lady Louisa’s Christmas Knight — October 1, 2012
Their Graces: The Courtship — November 1, 2012
Lady Eve’s Indiscretion — February 5, 2013
The Duke and His Duchess — March 1, 2013
Lady Jenny’s Christmas Portrait — October 1, 2013
Morgan and Archer — November 19, 2013
Jonathan and Amy — March 12, 2014
The Duke and His Duchess / The Courtship — September 1, 2015
The Ducal Gift and The Christmas Carriage — December 4, 2015
Damson Valley is a pretty, quiet rural town within commuting distance of Baltimore and Washington, DC. Single moms come here for a fresh start, though the Knightley brothers, Trent, James and MacKenzie, were raised on a nearby farm. The Knightley's own a law practice now, one that keeps them busy, but not too busy to notice some of the ladies making Damson Valley their new home. The locals have nicknamed the place "Damsel Valley" and to the Knightleys, Hannah, Vera, and Sidonie will offer the sweetest kisses—but will they offer their hearts?
A Kiss for Luck — December 2, 2014
A Single Kiss — January 6, 2015
The First Kiss — February 3, 2015
Kiss Me Hello — March 3, 2015
Christmas Treats — November 14, 2016