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Grace Johnson does not want to marry a titled gentleman. She is only happy and at peace when spending time in a garden - any garden. When she visits her sister, the Duchess of Sudworth, Grace is disappointed that even her beloved sister is not listening to her. Grace hates matchmaking schemes but seems powerless to stop them.
Harry Long is head gardener at Sudworth Hall. He is a good and loyal member of staff. The day that Grace walks into his life turns everything upside down. For the first time, he is taking risks for the beautiful pixie that has walked into his life, but his actions could cost him everything.
An innocent picnic threatens Grace and Harry in ways that neither could have predicted, but their lives and the lives of those around them will never be the same because of it.
©2017 Audrey Harrison (P)2017 Audrey Harrison
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2 out of 5 stars
By Gillian on 02-02-2018

Dumb People Doing Really, Really Dumb Things

Only the continuing storylines of the sisters kept me going through Grace... When the story was drawn back to Grace's own, oh my GOD! I wanted to claw my eyes out.
Grace is supposed to be the quiet, withdrawing type but here, all she does is cry, cling desperately to Harry's neck, and oh yes: she whines and spews drivel a lot. She clings to his neck; she croaks his name in despair.
You get the drift.
And while her sister, poor Annabelle, is forced to marry a man because of a single kiss, here Grace and Harry run behind the bushes every chance they get to grope each other and to swap spit.
I'll continue onto the next book of the four sisters because the introduction of Eleanor was pleasant. But boy am I glad that I listened to this as part of the Romance Package and that I can delete it from my library...

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2 out of 5 stars
By a reader on 06-04-2018

Dumb & dumber

Grace terrible terrible. Peter & Rosalind story was a bit of a twist the came the twists of Annabelle but this Grace character who is completely ungrateful to her sister. Just emphasizes how the poor older sister was exploited by parents and siblings alike.

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