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Saving Grace

Saving Grace

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Saving Grace

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4/5 (31 Bewertungen)
Länge:
99 Seiten
1 Stunde
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Freigegeben:
Nov 30, 2015
ISBN:
9781501123047
Format:
Buch

Beschreibung

Sparks fly like snowflakes when a klutzy but gorgeous novice crosses skis with a hot resort owner in this tempting tie-in to New York Times bestselling author Kristen Proby’s popular Love Under the Big Sky series!

Grace Douglas is on a practice run for her friend Cara Donovan’s bachelorette party ski weekend in Aspen. The problem is, despite living in rugged and picturesque Cunningham Falls, Montana, Grace is the clumsiest person ever born. To prepare for the trip, she is taking lessons at a local ski resort. She just prays that they have an ambulance on standby.

Sexy hotelier Jacob Berkley is ready to play ski instructor, but he quickly discovers that the best place on the mountain for Grace is in the lodge with a hot toddy. Her sense of humor and easy laugh quickly pull him in, and soon he’s determined to help her get off the bunny slope for a fun vacation with her friends. He just didn’t expect their steamy chemistry to trigger an avalanche of desire straight to his heart.
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Nov 30, 2015
ISBN:
9781501123047
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kristen Proby is the author of the bestselling With Me In Seattle, the Big Sky and the Fusion series. She makes her home in Montana with her husband and two cats.


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  • (1/5)
    Really really really bad. Do not recommend at all h
  • (3/5)
    This is only the second novel I've read by Julie Garwood and I'm already a fan. It was a fast read with some action, romance, and a little bit of humor. Overall not a bad read. I really give this book 3 1/2 stars only because I was not into Judith as much as I would have liked to have been. However, by the end of the book she grew on me.
  • (4/5)
    Great book for those who have enjoyed other historical romance. Set in pre Magna Carta England and Scotland, this book is a great romance with a backdrop of historical intrigue. A great read.
  • (5/5)
    Johanna is a young girl in an arranged marriage to a brutal Baron. He beats her because he feels it is his right (as taught by the local Bishop). She endures this for three years before the Baron is killed. She is grateful for his death and tries with all her might to avoid any future marriages thinking they will all be like this one. Her brother (Nicholas) feels it is safer for her if she is wed. Johanna has a secret that affects the King of England and needs a protector. Nicholas marries her to Gabriel, a laird in the highlands of Scotland. Johanna begins to feel safe, protected and eventually gains her courage and confidence back. A great medieval romance with some very comical moments. Another great one from Garwood.
  • (5/5)
    I'm not much of a romance reader, but I really enjoyed this book. I picked it up as the only book at hand, read it from someone else's bookmark--then turned to the beginning and read the whole thing.Garwood has a talent for writing strong and likable heroines within the tropes of the romance genre. This is not a breaks-the-rules book, but it is an enjoyable read and a good way to spend an afternoon.
  • (3/5)
    This is set in Britain in 1206 and revolves around a 16 year old English girl, Johanna, who was married for three years to an abusive husband, then second time around marries a Scottish laird, Gabriel, in an arranged marriage. I did actually stick it out to the end with this novel and enjoyed some of it. On the other hand, there were parts that struck me as implausible, there were the usual style issues that seem endemic to romance (God, the Ping-pong point of view problems in these books!), not much happens for half of the book and the overprotectiveness of Gabriel and the initial timidness of Johanna got on my one nerve. Still, there's smile-worthy humor, primitive golf, lovable wolfhounds and manly men in kilts, and I liked how it dealt with one aspect of women's status in the medieval period. This doesn't strike me as a book-even-someone-that-hates-romance-books-might-enjoy, (and at this point I may be suffering from Stockholm Syndrome to have finished it) but if you like the genre already, this might be a good bet.
  • (4/5)
    Lady Joanna was happy as a widow. Having escaped a joyless marriage she was now looking forward to some freedom. However the King (John) had different ideas and wants her to remarry. The bridegroom he has selected fills her with fear. When her foster brother suggests his friend, Scottish warrior Gabriel MacBain. Gabriel has problems himself forging a clan out of two clans at odds and Joanna finds herself trying her best to fix all this. She's determined to make this work.It's funny and barely relates to reality but still a lot of fun to read.