Grace Elliot leads a double life as a veterinarian by day and author of historical romance by night. Grace lives near London and is housekeeping staff to five cats, two teenage sons, one bearded dragon and a husband (not listed in order of importance.)Grace started writing as an escape from an... show more
Grace Elliot leads a double life as a veterinarian by day and author of historical romance by night. Grace lives near London and is housekeeping staff to five cats, two teenage sons, one bearded dragon and a husband (not listed in order of importance.)Grace started writing as an escape from an emotionally demanding job and believes all intelligent people need romance in their lives - as an antidote to the modern world.You can find out more about Grace at her blog.http://graceelliot-author.blogspot.comwww.wix.com/graceelliot/grace-elliotGrace Elliot's books:FICTIONThe Ringmaster's Daughter The Foxhall Series #1 A Dead Man's DebtEulogy's Secret The Huntley Trilogy #1Hope's Betrayal The Huntley Trilogy #2Verity's Lie The Huntley Trilogy #3NON FICTIONCat Pies- Feline Historical TriviaComing summer 2014 - The Cook's Apprentice The Foxhall Series #2
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Castles, Customs and Kings edited by Debra Brown and the late M.M. Bennetts and has essays from such historical fiction authors such as Katherine Ashe, Gillian Bagwell, Nancy Bilyeau, Sandra Byrd, Stephanie Cowell, Christy English, Barbara Kyle just to name a few, go here to read more about these au...
2 1/2 stars. I read the second book in this trilogy, Hope's Betrayal first and I really liked it. It was a relatively clean romance that fit the time period. I was expecting this one to be the same way, however there is a pretty detailed sex scene in this book that I wasn't really expecting, and it ...
Hope’s Betrayal is a nice historical romance; the characters did go around in circles a lot in this one, but I just can't help myself, I always end up liking these :)
3.5 starsReviewed for InD'Tale Magazine. The review can be found here.
I contacted Grace directly via Kindle Boards because I'd seen her post about a new cat-related title and my interest was immediately piqued. Grace very kindly provided a review copy of her title - full of historical feline related trivia - and I had a quick look at the first few pages. Of course, ...