Gretchen Galway is a USA TODAY bestselling author who writes romantic comedies because love is too painful to survive without laughing. A native of the American Midwest, she now lives in California with her husband and two kids.To be the first to know about sales and new releases, and get a FREE... show more
Gretchen Galway is a USA TODAY bestselling author who writes romantic comedies because love is too painful to survive without laughing. A native of the American Midwest, she now lives in California with her husband and two kids.To be the first to know about sales and new releases, and get a FREE short story, sign up for an email alert at www.gretchengalway.com.Gretchen really loves to hear from readers. Find her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AuthorGretchenGalway and on Twitter (@GretchenGalway).
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Dead Witch on a Bridge is the first book I read by Gretchen Galway, so I didn’t know what to expect. The book is the beginning of a series called Sonoma Witches, and the action takes place in a world where magic exists, but humans are kept in the dark about it. I find it to some degree reminiscent o...
I liked this. I think I've enjoyed everything Gretchen Galway has written to date. But, this is a friends to lovers story and I'd have to say it's my favorite trope, so it already has two things in its favor. Ian is a good hero. He never really wavers once he decides he wants Billie. He may not th...
I enjoy Gretchen Galway's writing so I enjoyed this book as I've enjoyed all of her previous books. But, after encountering Sylly/Sly/Sylvester Minguez in most, if not all, of the previous Oakland Hills books, I'm a little disappointed with his story. I think I expected him to be a little crazier ...
Lucy has a plan, one that involves a suburban home, 2.5 kids, and a spreadsheet to map out exactly what she needs to achieve. But when her long-time boyfriend dumps her via iPhone, it seems all her careful planning is for naught. Done trying to manage her own love life, she hands the reins to her be...
I mostly love these books by Gretchen Galway. Most of the people seem real and the story usually develops in a way that it would in real life. They don't meet, have sex and fall in love in one night. Very refreshing.