Thursday, November 20, 2014

Review: Saving Grace by Michele Paige Holmes

Saving Grace is a regency Beauty and the Beast type story.  We have Grace Thatcher, who while attempting to protect her siblings from their unscrupulous father, is being introduced to questionable men to enrich her father’s pockets. By trying to thwart her father and the men he has chosen for her to wed, she comes up with some pretty hair brained schemes.   Grace wants her freedom so that she may choose her own spouse or not marry at all and live quietly in the country.  This is not an instant love story.  The characters we meet don’t even like each other at first and are thrown together not by their own choosing but by circumstance.  There are also two love interests for Grace to choose from.  Along with Grace, we find that both are worthy gentlemen, but whom will she choose?   With one bent on revenge and the other hiding a secret, Grace becomes an unwilling pawn between Nicholas Sutherland and Samuel Preston.  This is a clean read and I really enjoyed watching the character growth.  I look forward to more of this author’s work.   I received an e-copy for review however the opinions are my own.

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