The Trouble with Grace
Book 4, Lords of Time - Celeste Moravia Agathe Alain
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She had no idea what passion was,
Until she saw them...
Lady Alain needs a husband, and Quintin Wyntor will do just fine.
She will offer him a mutual agreement of respect and independence—
As long as he never visits her bed to claim his marital rights.
But seeing him with a man, with Calder, changes it all.
For better—and for worse.
And yet, she still never wants to touch or be touched.
But Quinn's heart is shattered when his lover walks away so he decides to explore his feelings for Celeste to ease his broken heart.
In one unchecked moment of passion, mutual need spins out of control and bringing Calder home now may just be impossible.
Will Celeste give in to what Quinn wants for her?
Or will she stand her ground and hope they find another way…
This book is the story of Celeste and has her happily for now.
It is also the beginning of Calder and Quinn’s story which will be continued in THE SPARE AND THE HEIR. They will get their happily ever after this summer.
This book is an autochorissexual romance (on the asexual spectrum) but contains important pieces of a gay romance. Both are explicit.
Warning: this book has a cliffhanger ending for Calder and Quinn, but is very much part of their story.
Warning: this is not a kissing book, but it is a dirty, dirty book
Warning: You’re going to fall in love, and it’s going to hurt.
AVAILABLE BOOKS IN THE LORDS OF TIME SERIES:
THE RAKE AND THE RECLUSE : BOOK ONE in the Lords of Time Series
THE DUKE AND THE BARON : BOOK TWO in the Lords of Time Series
THE DUKE AND THE DOMINA : BOOK THREE in the Lords of Time Series
THE TROUBLE WITH GRACE : BOOK FOUR in the Lords of Time Series
THE SPARE AND THE HEIR : BOOK FIVE in the Lords of Time Series
GRAY : BOOK SIX in the Lords of Time Series
MADOC : BOOK SEVEN in the Lords of Time Series
LOUISA : A companion NOVEL in the Lords of Time Series
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Author: Could you not have given her some time with the two men in some satisfying way? The ending flies in the face of the positive outcomes that romances are supposed to have. Furthermore, giving Grace such an unfulfilled life speaks to the author's prejudice against women of color. The white women in the series stories have protecting spouses, children and the love of family. Grace is left alone in Paris, dreaming of a man she can never have. Is this the author's way of saying that she thinks no woman of color deserves happiness with a man, especially a white man? How trite!