Inspired by Grace review

I’ve enjoyed all of Jeanna Ellsworth’s previous stories. Mr. Darcy’s Promise holds a special place in my heart, especially. So when I saw that Jeanna was publishing again, I was eager to have her on the blog. She asked if I would do a review and we decided that as a fellow author I could do an editorial review. This one will not have a star ranking, and I won’t be posting it on Amazon, Goodreads, etc. but Jeanna may use it as she wishes.

IIBGnspired by Grace features what every great love story needs. True love requires the other person to pick up where you leave off. They can be your strength when you have nothing left. Ten years ago, Grace and Gavin were the best of friends and just beginning to breach that “something else” of young lovers. Their happily ever after was interrupted by a death in Grace’s family. Finally meeting by accident after so long a separation, they are put to the test as their old feelings re-emerge. However, people do grow and change over the course of ten years. Can you really trust someone after such a separation? Can the love last? Can it conquer everything?

Ellsworth chooses an innovative storyline as the heroine and hero are both old lovers and new lovers at once. The characters are immensely likable on their own, but when they come together, they somehow can be prone to brief periods of misunderstanding each other allowing them to be admirable but flawed. I’ll admit, there were a few times when it seemed Ellsworth would test my limits on what I was willing to endure for these two but on the very next page things had turned a corner. Indeed, it kept me turning the pages. The story is not just lovebirds cooing, however. When it seems like outside forces may destroy their happiness once more, they learn to lend grace and find strength in the other. I really enjoyed Ms. Ellsworth’s first foray into original work Regency Romance and can’t wait to see what she presents us with next!

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