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Grace’s Booklist (Downloadable PDF): Grace Callaway Booklist

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The Buzz on Grace’s books (please click on the site to view the full review):

2017 Daphne du Maurier Finalist and 2016 National Reader’s Choice Finalist for The Viscount Always Knocks Twice

“Readers looking for a good historical mystery/romance or a historical with a little more kink will enjoy The Duke Who Knew Too Much.”—Smart Bitches, Trashy Books

Her Husband’s Harlot is a pleasing, out of the ordinary read.” – Dear Author 

Erotic historical romance isn’t as plentiful as many would think, but here you have a very well-written example of this genre. It’s entertaining and fun and a darn good read.” – The Book Binge

I devoured this book in a couple of hours! …. If you love a story with a heroine who is a wallflower with a backbone of steel or a damaged hero then you will love this one too.” — 5 star review from LoveRomancePassion.com 

“I found this to be an exceptional novel. I recommend it to anyone who wants to get lost in a good book, because I certainly was.” –A Top Pick from NightOwlReviews.com

 Night Owl Top Pick Reviews

“I discovered a new auto-buy author with [M is for Marquess] … I’ve now read each of Grace Callaway’s books and loved them – which is exceptional. Gabriel and Thea from this book were two of the best characters I read this year. Both had their difficulties and it was charming to see how they overcame them together, even though it wasn’t always easy for them. This is my favourite book of 2015.” —Romantic Historical Reviews
“A very enjoyable book with a wonderful heroine, a well written romance, an interesting side plot, and lots of really hot sex.” – romancereviewsbyalice.com

“I absolutely LOVED Abigail Jones! It is a fantastic novel that delivered all the excitement of a great paranormal suspense along with a passionate romance that left me wanting more.” Bitten By Paranormal Romance

“I was quite riveted to the pages while reading [Abigail Jones] and found it to be vastly entertaining.  Beautifully written with characters who are clear and concise, evidence that the author has done some substantive historical research, and a writing style that is easy to read.”–The Book Binge

 

 

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