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Lady Grace Deringer has loved Lord Stephen Melbourne, Earl of Terraview, almost from the first moment they met. She thought he returned her feelings, but when he disappears mere weeks before their wedding she is left heart broken and disillusioned. How could she have been so wrong about something she believed was so right? The last thing in the world Stephen ever wanted to Lady Grace Deringer has loved Lord Stephen Melbourne, Earl of Terraview, almost from the first moment they met. She thought he returned her feelings, but when he disappears mere weeks before their wedding she is left heart broken and disillusioned. How could she have been so wrong about something she believed was so right? The last thing in the world Stephen ever wanted to do was leave Grace. For reasons he could not explain, he was forced to give up the woman he loved for a woman whose life he was determined to save. When he finally returns to London, it is for one reason and one reason only: to win back Grace’s heart, no matter the cost. But can Grace love the man who left her? And can Stephen trust her with his most dangerous secret? Find out in A Gentle Grace, the fourth and final novella in the Wedded Women Quartet!


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Lady Grace Deringer has loved Lord Stephen Melbourne, Earl of Terraview, almost from the first moment they met. She thought he returned her feelings, but when he disappears mere weeks before their wedding she is left heart broken and disillusioned. How could she have been so wrong about something she believed was so right? The last thing in the world Stephen ever wanted to Lady Grace Deringer has loved Lord Stephen Melbourne, Earl of Terraview, almost from the first moment they met. She thought he returned her feelings, but when he disappears mere weeks before their wedding she is left heart broken and disillusioned. How could she have been so wrong about something she believed was so right? The last thing in the world Stephen ever wanted to do was leave Grace. For reasons he could not explain, he was forced to give up the woman he loved for a woman whose life he was determined to save. When he finally returns to London, it is for one reason and one reason only: to win back Grace’s heart, no matter the cost. But can Grace love the man who left her? And can Stephen trust her with his most dangerous secret? Find out in A Gentle Grace, the fourth and final novella in the Wedded Women Quartet!

30 review for A Gentle Grace

  1. 5 out of 5

    Serena Loves Books

    ...ella había confiado en él, y él había destruido todo eso con un solo golpe de su pluma. A gentle Grace de Jillian Eaton libro 4 de la Serie Wedded Woman Quartet Mí humilde opinión: Lady Grace Deringer estaba felizmente comprometida con el hombre que ama hasta que él rompe el compromiso por medio de una breve carta. Ella está con el corazón roto. Creyó que era el único hombre en ver más allá de su torpeza y sensillez pero se equivocó. Tres meses pensando que él no la amó siquiera, tres mese ...ella había confiado en él, y él había destruido todo eso con un solo golpe de su pluma. A gentle Grace de Jillian Eaton libro 4 de la Serie Wedded Woman Quartet Mí humilde opinión: Lady Grace Deringer estaba felizmente comprometida con el hombre que ama hasta que él rompe el compromiso por medio de una breve carta. Ella está con el corazón roto. Creyó que era el único hombre en ver más allá de su torpeza y sensillez pero se equivocó. Tres meses pensando que él no la amó siquiera, tres meses desde que se fue a América y no puede olvidarlo. Lord Stephen Melbourne, Conde de Terraview, dejó a la mujer que ama para protegerla. Sabía que no debería haber vuelto a Londres. Lastimó a su Grace y no puede siquiera decirle la razón. Pero si quiere recuperarla deberá confesarle lo que ha hecho y puede que ni siquiera eso le garantice que lo perdone... En esta última entrega de la serie por fin dice cómo Grace y Stephen llegan a conocerse y comprometerse, ya que en anteriores libros aparecen siempre juntos para furia de Josephine que siempre tenía cosas negativas para el Lord. Grace es la más dulce de todas, torpe y sin la belleza que poseen las otras damas para atraer a los pretendientes. Pero Stephen sí se fija en ella, esas cosas que otros pasarían por alto; lo hace reír, su franqueza y su torpeza le parece intrañable, ella no tiene pretenciones como otras damas y la encuentra fascinante. Me gustaron los flashbacks de Grace cuando recuerda cómo se conocieron y su primer beso, me resultó de lo más romántico todas esas escenas. Y me empezaba a preguntar porqué alguien como él tan genuinamente enamorado dejaría a Grace por medio de una fría carta. La intriga me mataba, lo hizo hasta el final. Creí que era algo imperdonable por cómo Grace actuó, gritándole y tirándole lo que encontrara a la cabeza. Me gustó que sacará su carácter y no le hiciera las cosas fáciles a Stephen pero luego al saber la verdad me dio mucha pena toda la situación entre ellos. Y Grace quedó como una poco exagerada en medio opinión al dejarlo luego que él le dijera todo para irse un mes a casa de Margaret. Sin embargo, opino que él debió haberle contado y hacer algún tipo de plan menos drástico que abandonarla. Me encantó el final con todas las amigas juntas y sus matrimonios felices. Podía imaginarme esa escena y todo. Me gustó mucho lee esta serie y conocer estas esposas por conveniencia y como sus matrimonios cambian por amor. Jillian Eaton escribe un romance historico apasionado, con humor, sensualidad y con un toque de drama. Sus novelas son breves pero preciosas entregando al final el esperado felices por siempre.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Lady Grace Deringer thought her life complete with her engagement to her dream husband, Lord Stephen Melbourne, Earl of Terraview as she has loved him from the first moment they met. He seemed to see past her clumsiness and lack of beauty and see her for her true self but then he suddenly calls off the engagement and she is heartbroken as Stephen heads out of England. Now months later, he has returned and is determined to win back Grace and tell her the truth of his leaving. But will Grace be ab Lady Grace Deringer thought her life complete with her engagement to her dream husband, Lord Stephen Melbourne, Earl of Terraview as she has loved him from the first moment they met. He seemed to see past her clumsiness and lack of beauty and see her for her true self but then he suddenly calls off the engagement and she is heartbroken as Stephen heads out of England. Now months later, he has returned and is determined to win back Grace and tell her the truth of his leaving. But will Grace be able to forgive Stephen and open her heart to him again? A Gentle Grace brings us to the conclusion of the delightful Wedded Women Quartet and each one as been a winner for me. I loved seeing what happens after the 'happily-ever-after', how love needs to be rekindled sometimes to find that true, everlasting love. Grace and Stephen's love story was no different. A family secret came to light and Stephen thought his course of action was the best thing to protect Grace, even though it hurt her the most. I do wish the secret had been revealed a bit sooner, but I am always impatient for details like that. I enjoyed how Grace, with some coaxing from her friends, took matters into her own hands and it turns the tables on Stephen a bit which was a treat. Stephen is warm and caring and I was glad to see him in this light as I was not too sure about him in the previous novellas and I adored how Stephen and Grace met and fell in love. Another wonderful tale of redeeming love and the true strength of friendship. All four of these women know that family runs so much deeper than blood and together they can help you through heartbreak and triumph. I look forward to going back and reading each of these novellas back to back and loving their stories again. Recommended for fans of second chance romances with a dash of heat and a lot of friendship. 4 stars Review copy provided by author, thanks so much!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Maura

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 2.5 The last book ended with Grace receiving a "Dear John" letter from Stephen, her fiancee of 3 years and love of her life. She starts the book, 3 months later, still quite devastated but determined (thanks to the bolstering of her friends) to move on with her life. Only Stephen chooses to come back that very evening and surprises her at the ball. Stephen had good reasons for letting Grace go, but is reluctant to share those reasons and Grace is equally reluctant to hear them, preferring to hold 2.5 The last book ended with Grace receiving a "Dear John" letter from Stephen, her fiancee of 3 years and love of her life. She starts the book, 3 months later, still quite devastated but determined (thanks to the bolstering of her friends) to move on with her life. Only Stephen chooses to come back that very evening and surprises her at the ball. Stephen had good reasons for letting Grace go, but is reluctant to share those reasons and Grace is equally reluctant to hear them, preferring to hold on to her anger and make him suffer. But neither of them is happy with this arrangement, so Grace takes a chance and finally hears him out to see if they can have a future together. I'll admit, this was kinda tough to get through. For some reason, despite being a pretty short book, it felt really long. I think it might be the endless drama without it really going anywhere. It felt like they kept going back and forth from wanting to be together, to letting it go, to wanting to be back together and the characters didn't really grow or learn much. I'm not sure the flashback scenes really helped with driving the story forward either... Grace was an uber-dramatic woman, constantly crying and whining, but I get it. She'd been hurt beyond belief. I just wish she'd stuck to her guns and made him grovel or something...but she kept going to her friends and her mother who gave the most HORRID advice. Right off the bat they're telling her to forgive him, chase him down, and that he did what he did to protect her (never mind that she claimed that all of her anger was because he didn't trust her with his reason - couldn't he have done both in this case?) And despite her token backbone moments, Grace was perfectly happy to take their advice and become a doormat. Stephen was pretty mopey, and I appreciate that he knew what he'd done, but he didn't debase himself quite enough. Not given the magnitude of his sins. I also had to wonder...how is it that these two loved each other SO much but 3 years after getting engaged they still hadn't married? Seeing how much chemistry they had after their first kiss leads the reader to believe they wouldn't be able to keep their hands off each other...and yet, in those 3 years, they'd only made love (and very tenderly too) twice. I should think that with their intense feelings for one another they would have pushed for a slightly shorter engagement...just saying.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sieravonne

    Finally! After 3 excruciating days, I was able to finish this work. If you can call it one. If I can rate this story with negative stars, I would. It was too overdramatic, too over-acting, too childish, too irritating, and by far the most boring narrative in the series. As I have mentioned, it took me 3 days to finish reading this while less than a day for the first 3. There were nonsense musings and unnecessary interruptions from Catherine, Margaret and Josephine. And whenever the author describ Finally! After 3 excruciating days, I was able to finish this work. If you can call it one. If I can rate this story with negative stars, I would. It was too overdramatic, too over-acting, too childish, too irritating, and by far the most boring narrative in the series. As I have mentioned, it took me 3 days to finish reading this while less than a day for the first 3. There were nonsense musings and unnecessary interruptions from Catherine, Margaret and Josephine. And whenever the author describes Grace's and Stephen's emotions, I always roll my eyes, shake my head and I was like, "Can you please stop the histrionic and go on to the main point?!" For a 26-year old grown woman, Grace sure was a baby. She kept on whining and whining. I cannot decide which is more vexing, her or Josephine. Stephen must have a pedophilic tendencies to fall in love with a woman child like Grace. What kind of a mother Henrietta was? Her daughter was jilted and humiliated but she encouraged Grace to chase after Stephen! No wonder Grace didn't have any pride, her mother was a perfect role model. So much for "she was not a dog and Stephen was most certainly not her master. Perhaps they had a chance at true love, but not until he gave her a very good reason for why he had left, complete with a little begging." Huh? She let him ravish her on the floor most likely within an hour of her self-declaration and without any explanation on his disappearance! *face palm* She was not a gentle grace but a dumb doormat and puppy. And what kind of a friend Margaret was? She left Grace simply because she just had little patience for the crowded streets of London and craved the simplicity and solitude of her beloved Heathridge Estate. That's a too shallow reason to leave her beloved friend behind even if Catherine and Josephine were there for Grace. Pity because I liked her in her own story. Penultimately, there wasn't a drama in this novella. It was like a drama without a drama. That the writer forced down a drama so that there will be a story. Which made it more irksome. When the factuality of Stephen's abandonment was revealed and he, in truth, was a hero, she had treated him as the worst sort of villain and cry, cry, cry in the lonely nights crucifying him. Lastly, if Stephen had an older half-brother from his late father, then the elder brother should be the earl, not him. It was apparent that the author didn't know much about the Regency period (the proper behavior and etiquette) nor on successions. I had the feeling that when she made a brief introduction about Almack's, it was just a show to make it look like she made a research.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Williamson

    I really don't even know where to begin with this one! I always say that I don't want to give too much of it away because they're so damn enjoyable that I'd hate to ruin it for you but whenever I get to the end of a series I want to just get on a loud speaker and tell everyone what happens and gush about it until someone stabs me in the throat to make me shut up. Wow. I think I got a little off topic there... anyway! This is a beautiful ending to an excellent series that I really, really loved. I I really don't even know where to begin with this one! I always say that I don't want to give too much of it away because they're so damn enjoyable that I'd hate to ruin it for you but whenever I get to the end of a series I want to just get on a loud speaker and tell everyone what happens and gush about it until someone stabs me in the throat to make me shut up. Wow. I think I got a little off topic there... anyway! This is a beautiful ending to an excellent series that I really, really loved. I found myself connecting with Grace the most out of all four of these women. She's the most like me, especially when it comes to dealing with heartbreak and how it can make you feel. For the first time reading these novellas I could actually feel myself in the place of a character and I suppose that's why I can say that this one actually made me cry. Though, it wasn't a happy cry that I would have liked, it was a sad cry. Depressed and angry Grace made me depressed and angry, though I suppose that could be from my own personal life creeping in, either way, it was a beautiful and glorious moment. I think that a writer who can connect their characters feelings with yours without even knowing it is just completely amazing. If you've read my previous reviews for this series, I've had nothing but praise for Miss Jillian and apparently she planned to keep it that way! There was a point in the writing that I actually had to set the computer down and go into the other room to contemplate my own life and feelings for a while before I could come back and finish it. It was a moment of "Holy crap this totally pertains to my life. I need to let this sink in before I continue." Not many books can do that to you, especially when it's set in a time that is different than the one that we currently live in. So here's to you Miss Jillian for writing a series that I absolutely loved to read and don't have to look back on as wasted hours of my life. And here's to Catherine, Margaret, Josephine, and Grace for being characters I completely adored and will forever remember in my literary mind. May the five of you meet again some time so that I can read more about you!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    Y así terminó con estas preciosas y cortas historias de estas mujeres tan luchadoras y locas. [image error] Creo que este es libro que mas me ha gustado de todos, además por favor, debo decir que un poco de crédito lo tiene Stephen, Dios, que hombre. Aunque he dicho que mi favorito de esta serie fue el libro de Josephine, aun no había leído este y creo que me retracto, AMÉ este libro, fue como sdjfgjds me encantó, mucho. Grace es tan dulce, ingenua y timida, que me encanto ver como sacaba las garra Y así terminó con estas preciosas y cortas historias de estas mujeres tan luchadoras y locas. [image error] Creo que este es libro que mas me ha gustado de todos, además por favor, debo decir que un poco de crédito lo tiene Stephen, Dios, que hombre. Aunque he dicho que mi favorito de esta serie fue el libro de Josephine, aun no había leído este y creo que me retracto, AMÉ este libro, fue como sdjfgjds me encantó, mucho. Grace es tan dulce, ingenua y timida, que me encanto ver como sacaba las garras en este libro, ah. Y además amé la trama, ¿él se va y después tiene que venir a rogar por su perdón? HELL, YES! Aunque amé a Traverson, mucho, mucho, creo que Stephen robó mi corazón. Hombre estúpido, lo adoré. Estoy muy feliz de haber leído esta serie, me gusto todas y cada una de las pequeñas historias. Me lleve algo de cada una de estas novias. Sus merecidos 4.5/5.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jillian Eaton

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  8. 4 out of 5

    Kim Underwood

    My favorite novel of the series! Wonderful story of true love!! Grace is sweet and real. I truly related to her and wished for her happiness to become real. Good friends beside her, a man who was worthy of her love made for a great love story. My absolute favorite of the series!!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Great Book I've loved every one of Jillian Eaton's books so far and this one was no exception. In this book you can almost picture Grace falling over everything and falling asleep wherever she likes. It has mystery and a lot of romance. I'd recommend this book to everyone. Great Book I've loved every one of Jillian Eaton's books so far and this one was no exception. In this book you can almost picture Grace falling over everything and falling asleep wherever she likes. It has mystery and a lot of romance. I'd recommend this book to everyone.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Adensanti

    this was soo boring. i was attracted to read this novel bcoz of all those prelude review that said, grace the h was left behind by her handsome fiancee without any explanation, here i expect an angst, a deeper or grant revelation behind the reason for him to broken up their engagement just by sending her a letter and then pooff for months without any news to be heard of. all that i got after reading the full chapters was just.. i thank god i dont spend money to bought this book, for i will loath this was soo boring. i was attracted to read this novel bcoz of all those prelude review that said, grace the h was left behind by her handsome fiancee without any explanation, here i expect an angst, a deeper or grant revelation behind the reason for him to broken up their engagement just by sending her a letter and then pooff for months without any news to be heard of. all that i got after reading the full chapters was just.. i thank god i dont spend money to bought this book, for i will loathed every penny to waste on such a trivial- plain- not even match those horrified soap drama on tv- feeling. at least that cheap soap drma was entertaining enough w/ridiculous angst and their out of the world problem that keep us hook up for whatever emotion. this book? blaghh.. the flow and time is weird. the way the author used the issue of his leaving her as the original problem and as the based of this novel's plot was fell flat when all we got when the H finally tell grace his reason only for us reader to read it as if it was an explanation from the 3rd view!. i mean, there was NO ACTUAL LINE OR DETAIL DELIVERED CONVERSATON IN LIVE THAT CAME OUT OF STEPHEN WHEN HE TOLD HIS REASON TO GRACE!! i mean, what the F? it was as if his explanation wasnt important enough to be written as a "live" conversation from him to make us reader knwn it directly from his lips!. it's just in the form of passive situation!! for god sake, it was like "so, then stephen told her the story while grace listening to him, and after that she got angry at him for not trusting her enough" heh ?? where's my "once upon a time.." preambule from him???. and this was in 2 chapter heading to end. Grace has 3 other BFF, in total, they have 4 girls in their small group. each of them has various personallity, grace was the calm one and the clumsy one, and the less beautiful one. the whole 4 girlfriends-best friends fell for me as a cheap presentation of modern sex in the city who goes weird when it was forced as a plot for 1800 girls that came from a good line of family background. in here, our heroine that was given the identity/character as the shy, not outspoken, calm, clumsy and kind and always stuffing and chewing pastry in her mouth and hungry all the time (yes, she does, it makes me feel sick to read another "pastry" in their conversation or situation) was not OBJECTED to having SEX OUT OF WEDLOCK even if that was done w/stephen! i mean... what?? and they did it more than once. how out of character for her personally and their situation at that time. and for her not even gotten pregnant from it months after was just... is she hv the knwledge of a courtesan or a mistress at how to prevent prgenancy from sex outside marriage? for she (grace) was not a common citizen and supposedly to be more "reserved" in this issue. but my other imagination of him to pullout and spend it on her stomach was just giving me vibe of a mistress to grace. which i strongly refused that idea that, for she was not came from that kind of situation. this was all too modern to be forced on "grace". i cant connect w/that. the heroine of this novel was grace, the eldest daughter of a broken earl, her appearance oddly attracting a handsome and ofc wealthy former rake,stephen. they knwn each other for 4 years, but the plot never told us wheter they got engage in all those 4 years? or they just got engage in recent months? before he left her? what? grace's family was in fnancial ruined, and her mom was expecting her to get married to a rich guy, thank god there's stephen who was an earl and wealthy enough to help her family. unfortunately, stephen left her, and all we got was, grace is angry for... 50% bcoz stephen broke her heart and another 50% for him to not helping her family's situation, i mean... it's just weird, it's like her family gunning after stephen as a gold target and angry of him for broken their daughter's heart, but also to make their family loose all hope to be save from their finance problem. and not to mentioned i also did not like grace character at all. i cant stand when and author want to make her heroine as a weak, cute calm shy girl, but then in the other hands, she was not that ALL shy nor weak when it comes to "hey yo, stephen, lets have sex". it's just... out of character. and can she stop for not mention " i need to eat pastry or i like pastry, or can we eat pastry" for 1 second?? that line was everywhere repeteadly in every damn chapter!! not the thing that i would buy as a collection in my kindle.

  11. 5 out of 5

    KP Pryce

    Okay, I dithered about the rating, and ended up going with the two stars instead of three, but again, after reading this novella, I was left with a vague sense of disappointment rather than the deep sigh of satisfaction. I know we like our characters to be flawed, but I have read more than one book in recent months where the heroine is so clumsy, they really shouldn't be allowed to get out of bed (or their chair). This one was constantly being caught mid-flight towards a face-first landing on th Okay, I dithered about the rating, and ended up going with the two stars instead of three, but again, after reading this novella, I was left with a vague sense of disappointment rather than the deep sigh of satisfaction. I know we like our characters to be flawed, but I have read more than one book in recent months where the heroine is so clumsy, they really shouldn't be allowed to get out of bed (or their chair). This one was constantly being caught mid-flight towards a face-first landing on the floor by whoever happened to be in the room with her. And she didn't seem to need much by way of a hazard to send her full tilt towards the floor, either. It failed to be endearing, and actually made me feel quite impatient with her - which was a vast pity, because there were some good things about the story, but every time I was starting to feel better about the story... there she went - flying face first towards the floor again - and the feeling-good moment was shattered again. Another thing that seriously jarred with me was the engagement that had spanned a few years. Excuse me? Didn't the author remember the mother she gave this girl? That woman would have marched him up the aisle at gunpoint before the ink was dry on the marriage settlement agreement! And then there's Grace again - Grace who seems to do nothing else in life except flit from one friend's house to another's - never doing anything for anyone else or in any way contributing to the lives of those around her. She just does nothing. Though I suppose if you fling yourself face first at the floor every time you stand up, you probably should sit around doing nothing. The girlfriends - okay, so after this very long engagement, this very wealthy, titled suitor breaks off the engagement and disappears, apparently without reason. The author could have handled this better - for both the reader and her heroine. Nonetheless, when Stephen (the hero) does return, the heroine's friends close ranks around Grace - and conveniently forget that that man stoody by her, was always there to catch her when she fell (literally), and hung around for three or more years with that diabolical woman who was destined to be his mother-in-law, and none of these good friends gave him any credit for that. Josephine finally fave him the benefit of the doubt (first time I actually liked her). There were too many loose ends left dangling when the story ended - and not in the 'there's going to be a sequel' way either. After reading the book, I really did not like the heroine being named Grace.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tonileg

    Second chances plot and the last book in this historical English romance series. Lady Grace Deringer got majorly dumped by her smoking hot rich fiance and everyone in London is talking about it because no one believed that they were really going to get married anyway. Grace is clumsy, plain and shy so London society couldn't believe that she could attract a top tier title like Lord Stephen Melbourne, Earl of Terraview. But the fact that she has three wonderful outspoken well married best friends Second chances plot and the last book in this historical English romance series. Lady Grace Deringer got majorly dumped by her smoking hot rich fiance and everyone in London is talking about it because no one believed that they were really going to get married anyway. Grace is clumsy, plain and shy so London society couldn't believe that she could attract a top tier title like Lord Stephen Melbourne, Earl of Terraview. But the fact that she has three wonderful outspoken well married best friends should already tell the observer that she must have something secret when she isn't struck dumb by her clumsy shyness. Normally I would say 'move on' to the heroine, but Stephen has a really good reason why he did what he did, so HEA does eventually find its way in to the story. 114 pages and cute kindle freebie 2 stars

  13. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    My least favorite of the 4, but it was still a great read. I love Grace. I think she's my favorite of the 4 best friends. Eaton has a particular talent of packing a novel worthy story into a novella size. She's able to do this without being too wordy, or leaving out those crucial details. I'm a huge fan of how she writes her stories...they all have a nice flow. I look forward to reading more of her work in the future. My least favorite of the 4, but it was still a great read. I love Grace. I think she's my favorite of the 4 best friends. Eaton has a particular talent of packing a novel worthy story into a novella size. She's able to do this without being too wordy, or leaving out those crucial details. I'm a huge fan of how she writes her stories...they all have a nice flow. I look forward to reading more of her work in the future.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nupur

    Actually 2 and half. I like the effortlessly-flowing style that the author has. But I din't particularly like this story. The hero's excuse was so slim. Still, I'll read anything written by the author. After Georgette Heyer and Julia Quinn, my next favourite (of the few that I have read) in this genre. Actually 2 and half. I like the effortlessly-flowing style that the author has. But I din't particularly like this story. The hero's excuse was so slim. Still, I'll read anything written by the author. After Georgette Heyer and Julia Quinn, my next favourite (of the few that I have read) in this genre.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joy Gifford

    I simple loved A Gentle Grace, I laughed and cried right along with her, she was such a sweet, trusting soul.....I felt so sorry for her, and I loved it when she would stand up for herself =) This was a good series, depicting a strong friendship between these 4 different Ladies.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    A 2 1/2 stars. It started so good, but somewhere in the middle it lost its shine. I am a bit confused about the four years gap between once they met and their engagement. Can someone enlightened me?

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rosa

    I love this heroine. I loved this whole series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shannon The Romance Addict!

    Poor grace. I was waiting for her story. This did not disappoint. :)

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    I very much liked this short story, as I did the whole series. Enjoyable read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zagi

  21. 5 out of 5

    Pinky

  22. 4 out of 5

    Judith Hennemann

  23. 5 out of 5

    KP Singh

  24. 4 out of 5

    Moochiekabuchi

  25. 4 out of 5

    Maryann Schwartz

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jane R

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

  28. 4 out of 5

    Karina Daruwalla

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rosslyn K

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