Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Review: Saving Grace by J.M. Hill





Everywhere we turn these days romance books are all about "hot and heavy", don't get me wrong I am all about "hot and heavy" but Saving Grace is all about the sweet side of romance with suspense thrown into the mix.  I loved this book, it was well written, had good character build up, and had a psycho mixed into the story line.  

Grace and her cousin Kate live in a lovely town in Colorado when three hunky brother's move in next door.  They all become great friends and a romance blooms between Grace and Micheal, one of the brothers.  The book builds the sweet romance between them then throws a monkey wrench into the plot.  I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend very highly.  I give it 5 stars.


Book Description
 April 25, 2012

Grace Burke doesn’t need a thing.

She enjoys her quiet life in Fall Rivers, Colorado—running a bookstore and coffee shop with her cousin, Kate. The two have a successful business, a small circle of friends, and each other. What more could she want?

When the Anderson brothers move into the house across the street, it doesn’t take long for her to realize exactly what she’s been missing. At first sight, the youngest brother, Michael, captures Grace’s heart, and her quiet life is disrupted.

Then it turns upside down.

Grace isn’t the only one with eyes for Michael. Nina Sandler, one of Michael’s clients, threatens to come between them. When Nina can’t get Michael’s attention, she focuses on Grace—in a very dangerous way.

But love is never easy and if the best things in life are worth fighting for, then Grace must find the courage to fight. Not just for love and happiness but for her very life.




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