Books by Tracy Grant

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Beneath a Silent Moon

Note: This review contains slight spoilers for earlier books in the series. If you've not been reading Tracy Grant, you really have been missing out. Her Rannoch/Fraser series of romantic suspense features a compelling relationship, fascinating characters and worldbuilding that I just love. If yo ...

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Beneath a Silent Moon

If you haven't yet read Tracy Grant's Daughter of the Game, I have a suggestion I hope you'll consider. Before you go any further in reading this review, I recommend that you take a look instead at Colleen McMahon's DIK Review of that incredible book. To be honest, it's not essential to have read th ...

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Rightfully His

Tracy Grant's newest release, Daughter of the Game, was not a keeper for me, but I did find it intriguing enough to seek out her backlist, and I'm glad that I did. Rightfully His was a most engaging read - exquisitely plotted, full of interesting, multi-dimensional characters, and drenched in moral ...

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Daughter of the Game

How many books have you read where the hero is calling the heroine "dearest" and "my love" at one point, and then a hundred pages later is swearing, "So help me God, I never want to see you again"? And how many times have you found either the deep love or deep hate hard to buy, knowing it will all w ...

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Rightfully His

The mood of this book is set from the first sentence of the prologue, and it is obvious that Rightfully His is no light-hearted romp. Rather, it is a melancholy book with a complicated plot, deep emotions, and lots of family secrets. I found the plot and the characters fascinating. However, the writ ...