Love & Grace

Love & Grace

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BN ID: 2940156858248
Publisher: GRACEPOINT School
Publication date: 08/30/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 780
Sales rank: 396,589
File size: 1 MB

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Love & Grace 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
specialangel87 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading Love & Grace. Overall, I give the anthology 4 Stars. **Grace in Sweetwater by Ciara Knight 5 Stars I really enjoyed this story. It is a well-written tale of loss, heartache, depression, bullying, stubbornness, denial, and most importantly love. It is never dark and brooding even with all those heavy topics. The overall feel of the book is hopeful. I wanted to grab Carter and slap some sense into him! Talk about burying your head in the sand!! This is a well-written story and kept my attention from beginning to end. I definitely recommend reading Grace in Sweetwater. **One Autumn Love by Lindi Peterson 4 Stars While I enjoyed this story, there were several things that kept me from giving it 5 Stars. Most of them involve Cassidy. That is all I'll say because I don't write spoilers. I absolutely loved William and Caro's relationship! Terrific dads are sooooooooo appealing--no matter what they look like! I also loved the interactions between Caro and Joelle. Little kids can be so much more perceptive than we give them credit for. The story is well-written and flows smoothly. I certainly recommend reading One Autumn Love. **Montana Born by Hildie McQueen 5 Stars Montana Born is a sweet romance. I loved Sully and don't know how any woman wouldn't fall or him! I loved Elle's family. They are a scream!! Elle should have realized that Sully wasn't like other men when he enjoyed being with her family. This book held my attention from beginning to end. The descriptions of Sully's property were vivid and made me want to visit Montana. It is well-written and flows smoothly. I highly recommend reading Montana Born. **Standing On The Promises by Sally Kilpatrick 3 Stars The things I liked about this book are offset by the things I didn't like. I enjoyed the chemistry between Katrina and Seth. The relationship between Katrina and her daughter is very realistic. Seth's reaction to Katrina and her apology, lacked something, IMHO. I felt there was too much drama over Katrina and Seth's relationship in respect to his career. The story is well-written and flows smoothly. Overall, it was an okay book. **Christmas Bells by Linda Joyce 5 Stars Christmas Bells is full of the magic of Christmas. Morgan and Alex both ask for a "sign" they should throw caution to the wind and take a chance on romance. Since it is the Christmas Season, magic and miracles are abundant. Avery is precocious and wise beyond her years. Alex and Avery have a wonderful, realistic relationship. I love terrific dads! I loved the way Morgan and Alex put Avery's happiness before their own. I definitely recommend reading Christmas Bells. **Letters To Rachel by Airicka Phoenix 1 Star To be honest, this is a DNF Book. I found the story weird. I felt like I was reading the diary of an insane person. I didn't know what was real and what was fantasy. **Where You Belong by MK Smith & Lori Freeland 5 Stars This a second chance romance. Alex has grown up since graduating high school but Hendrix hasn't. She still acts like a teen who thinks people have nothing better to do than laugh at her over a decade old practical joke. Childish. Hendrix and Alex have tons of sparks flying whenever they are together. It is obvious to everyone who knows them, they are meant to be together but Hendrix fights the attraction tooth and nail. I loved Papa Joe. It was refreshing to see an older man be the glue that holds a gro
Swayzeeblu More than 1 year ago
This box set has amazing stories which entertain greatly. They all have an underlying struggle to overcome. The foreword by Sherrlyn Kenyon is powerfully written about the journey to conquer dyslexia which affects so many persons today. Chances are you know or are related to someone who has that learning disorder. While I was given this box set to read, I would certainly buy it! Well written by the authors.
Oregon_Gal More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this boxed set in exchange for my fair and honest review! This is a collection of lovely and inspiring heartfelt romances. For me, they were quick reads that drew me right in. I especially like that there are no cliff hangers. The endings are complete and leave you feeling satisfied. Go ahead, I dare you to try something new!!! You can't go wrong with the price! Plus, why wouldn't you buy this... full proceeds from all the stories benefit GRACEPOINT – A School for Dyslexia.
Peachey04 More than 1 year ago
This was a remarkable anthology bu 12 very talented authors that deals with confusing and misunderstood issues. Each story is unique and has very interesting characters dealing with everyday circumstances and obstacles that are encountered. These stories touch me deeply, and I enjoyed reading each one. Don't miss out, it is a must read!