Charming Grace

Charming Grace

by Deborah Smith
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Charming Grace 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As the widow of a real hero, Grace Vance just wants to live her life and Harper Vance¿s death in privacy, but Hollywood Hero, Stone Senterra wants to make a movie about Harp and while he wants Grace¿s approval, legally he doesn¿t need it. Stone comes crashing into town with his entourage which includes Cajun ex-con Boone Noleene. Boone is against this project from the word go and does his best to stand firm in the middle. But how can he when Grace is the woman he has been looking for all his life? How can he be loyal to Stone and still do right by Grace? Charming Grace is a wonderful emotional roller coaster ride. Full of Southern flavor, Charming Grace will have you laughing and crying and hungry for more after the last page is turned. Boone is a man full of mysteries and a Cajun charm that will melt you. Grace is strong and a true Steel Magnolia. Together they are magic. Ms. Smith brings this small Georgia community to life with wonderful characters and snappy dialogue with twists and turns that will delight and surprise. The story shifts from Boone¿s to Grace¿s first person viewpoints and adds another layer of charm to this fluid read. This is a one-sitting venture that you will feel honored to place on your keeper shelf.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Has the unique and quirky but likeable characters one expects in aDeborah Smith read. The "cheesy" mechanism in the ending cited by another reviewer is out os ancient classical theater. Had me smiling to see the expeditious way the tense climax resolves.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
IndyLucy More than 1 year ago
This Deborah Smith story is lighter in tone and emotion than Sweet Hush and A Place to Call Home, two of my favorites. It is a quick read with the great characters expected in her books, along with some humor, some surprises and a few cheesy tricks near the end. An enjoyable read.