His Saving Grace

Mountain Men of West Virginia

Ms. Dye's story is one based on friendship, love and plenty of soul searching. As RoyLee continued to get closer to Grace and was there helping her before and after her baby was born, it was extremely clear to me that he was one man that Grace shouldn't push away. He was a true gentleman and had plenty to offer her. I felt bad that Grace had a rough past, which in turn had made her hesitant to get involved with any man, but I felt that if anyone was going to make Grace see the light it was going to be RoyLee. This was a feel-good story that made me realize just how much I wanted to see Grace and RoyLee together in the end. If you're looking for a story that will make you laugh, cry and even smile than your search is over. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and look forward to more books in this series. I highly recommend this book to other readers!


Book Blurb for His Saving Grace

Pregnant and down on her luck, professional chef Grace Dannon finds herself employed as well as living rent free—thanks to a generous friend. With this new lease on life, anticipating the new arrival, she has one rule: no men, ever, in her life again. Recently relocated from his native West Virginia, building contractor RoyLee Hardison has sworn off women. All women. Lonely for a decent bed and starved for good home cooking, he jumps at his employer’s offer of a free home while he's in town. No one told Grace or RoyLee the offers came with strings: sharing the same house. The most unexpected things can happen when two people live under one roof.


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2011 5.00