Books by Anne Gracie

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Marry in Secret

I enjoyed the first two books in Anne Gracie’s Marriage of Convenience series – in fact, the first, Marry in Haste, was a DIK – but this third book proved to be something of a disappointment.  The premise – a young woman about to make an advantageous, but loveless, marriage is unexpectedly ...

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Marry in Scandal

Readers first met Lily Rutherford, heroine of Marry in Scandal (the second book in Anne Gracie’s Marriage of Convenience series), in Marry in Haste, where she was introduced as one of the two somewhat unruly sisters of its hero, Cal, Earl of Ashendon.  Now eighteen years old, Lily, her sister, Ro ...

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Marry in Haste

I will admit that I was a little apprehensive about picking up Marry in Haste, the first in Anne Gracie’s new Marriage of Convenience series, having been rather disappointed with the last couple of books in her Chance Sisters quartet.  But the premise of a hastily arranged marriage of convenience ...

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The Summer Bride

The Summer Bride is the final book in Anne Gracie’s Chance Sisters quartet which began with The Autumn Bride and then progressed through Winter and Spring as the “sisters” (who aren’t actual sisters, but who regard themselves as being “sisters of the heart”) found love. This instalment i ...

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The Spring Bride

This is the third book in Ms Gracie’s Chance Sisters series and while it’s perhaps a little “lightweight” when compared to the previous book (The Winter Bride – my personal favourite) it still has much to recommend it. Jane Chance is about to make her come-out and her beauty will ensure t ...

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The Winter Bride

Being a fan of Anne Gracie and having read the first book in this series, The Autumn Bride, I was hopeful that The Winter Bride would be a little bit better than its predecessor, and it was. But there were still a few problems with this book that will keep it from getting DIK status from me. ...

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The Autumn Bride

Older spinster sister to three younger sisters. Heroine who was badly burned romantically. Quirky situations and a crotchety older ham who takes sisters under their wing. Sound familiar? Well, beyond the usual Regency series description, yes, it is very familiar to Ms. Gracie’s fans – it’s alm ...

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The Accidental Wedding

Maddy Woodford is the Regency version of the woman who does too much. She cares for her orphaned half-siblings as if they were her own children, she keeps her modest house spotlessly tidy, and she helps the needy in her community. But Maddy doesn’t dream of having it all—she’s given up on find ...

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To Catch a Bride

With a setting beyond the traditional and consistent characterizations, Anne Gracie’s To Catch A Bride is a bright spot in what seems to be a dull selection of historical romances recently. When it becomes obvious that Rafe Ramsey will be his brother’s heir, the pressure is on t ...

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His Captive Lady

Although Anne Gracie’s first installment in the Devil Riders series, The Stolen Princess, rather disappointed me, I decided to give the series a second chance with His Captive Lady. I am glad I did because this book lacks the silliness of its predecessor and instead features a strong, likable coup ...