Review: Falling For Grace by Maddie James

Falling For Grace by Maddie James
Release Date: April 6th, 2010
Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press
Page Count: 183
Source: ebook provided by publisher for review

She wasn’t looking for love…

The owner of a successful, sophisticated boutique called Romantically Yours, Gracie Hart’s nickname is the Diva of Romance. Who could have guessed that having once loved and lost, she has no intention of ever falling in love again, no matter how loudly her biological clock keeps ticking? Until, that is, her new tenants, Carson Price and his six-year-old daughter Izzie, arrive on the scene and proceed to wreak havoc in her life—and her heart!

…but it found her anyway!

Review:  This book captured my attention from the beginning. It had me in laughter and tears, with its conflict and surprises throughout. It was easy to love the main characters, Gracie, Carson and Izzy, and root for them to be a family. I recommend this book and look forward to reading others by Maddie James.

A warning though, there are some errors and typos that should be corrected in the next proofing.

Quote: “I’m alive and so is Izzie. We love you. And we’re not going anywhere. You’re the one who has the power to make it work. All you have to do is stick around. Be the first person in our lives to do that for us, okay? Be the first person in our lives to stay.”
In the next instant, he left her alone. And Gracie suddenly realized she didn’t like being alone any more.

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