A BookBub Special
The e-book of Marry in Scandal is on special for a limited time, so if you don’t have it and would like it, now is the time to grab it. It’s $1.99 in the US and, I think, slightly different in other countries, depending on the exchange rate. Here’s a universal link, that should take you to your preferred e-book retailer, And here’s a link to amazon US.
This is the story of Lily and Galbraith. Romantic Times gave it a top pick and called it: “a beautifully rendered, emotionally powerful tale full of the wonder and healing power of love. Readers will empathize with her well-drawn characters and delight in the growth of their relationship, cheering them on to their HEA. The pacing never falters and the tried and true theme shines in Gracie’s talented hands. . . . A story readers will cherish.”
ARRA readers voted it “Favouite Historical Romance” and Night Owl Reviews called it, “a perfect story, filled with a lot of delightful secondary characters who will keep you entertained. I am looking forward to more in this series, although this can be read as a stand alone book. Do not let this one pass you by!”
You can read part of the prologue here.
Here’s what the story is about:
Shy young heiress, Lady Lily Rutherford, is in no hurry to marry. She dreams of true love and a real courtship. But when disaster strikes, she finds herself facing a scandal and the only solution seems to be a forced marriage to her rescuer, Edward Galbraith, a well known rake.
Despite his reputation Lily is drawn to the handsome Galbraith. In the gamble of her life, she agrees to marry him, hoping to turn a convenient marriage into a love match.
As heir to a title, Galbraith knows he must wed, so a convenient marriage suits him perfectly. But there is a darkness in his past, and secrets he refuses to share with his tender-hearted young bride. All Lily’s efforts to get close to him fall on stony ground, and in desperation she retreats to his childhood home–the place he’s avoided for nearly a decade.
Must Lily reconcile herself to a marriage without love? Or will Galbraith realize that this warm-hearted, loving girl is the key to healing the wounds of his past–and his heart?