The mysterious Mr. Ott is trying to intimidate Gracie Hofner into being his internal spy at The Bastion Group. She’s learned a lot about him through several sources, even using information provided by the pair of ghosts trying to save their granddaughter. But it isn’t enough. Mr. Ott is an expert in hiding his true identity.
Gracie isn’t as worried for herself as she is for her family, her friends, and her new tenant, Milo Porter. Her feelings for him have grown, but she can’t show them. Mr. Ott’s threats involve those she loves, and one friend has already been killed. Besides, she’s certain there is someone else in Milo’s life.
It takes Gracie and her growing support team to unmask Mr. Ott, but it’s what Gracie learns along the way that shows readers the wisdom of the advice Don’t Mess with Gracie.
This is the conclusion to The Amazing Gracie Trilogy—a story so big it takes three books to tell it. Gracie’s adventures begin with Jalapeno Cupcake Wench, continue with Bluebonnet Ballerina, and conclude here.
“I’m so glad we were down here, Milo.” Cameron blinked a few times, as if she couldn’t believe what she saw. “She could’ve been killed.”
“No. She would’ve protected her head.”
I tried. How did he know?
Milo still held her shoulders, and now his fingers were making tiny circles above her shoulder blades. “We saw you in here and were coming in so I could introduce the two of you.”
“Nice to meet you, Cameron.” Gracie nodded. “I’m bleeding? Where?”
Milo took her hands before she realized she was moving them toward her face. “It’s not bad. Let’s go inside. I’ll fix you up.”
Cameron followed them. “Milo was a corpsman in the Navy. He knows what he’s doing. When I sprained my ankle a few years ago, he took care of it.”
“I don’t usually meet people like this,” Gracie said.
“Yeah she does.” Milo still held her hands in one of his.
Gracie turned to make a face at him. The quick movement made the ground wobble. “Whoa. I’m a little dizzy.”
“That’s all right.” Milo put his free arm around her waist. “You won’t fall.”
How was this happening? She was always the one in control. The person in charge. Yet Milo had stepped up when she needed someone, and she didn’t mind. That was it—she didn’t mind. She always minded when she lost control of a situation. Maybe I have a concussion.
Milo held onto her and led her out of the garage. He glanced at her car. “I like your new Jeep.”
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About the Author:
Carol Kilgore is the award-winning author of the three books in The Amazing Gracie Trilogy: Jalapeno Cupcake Wench, Bluebonnet Ballerina, and Don’t Mess with Gracie.
In addition, she is the author of In Name Only, Solomon’s Compass, and Secrets of Honor, three standalone romantic suspense novels set along the Texas Gulf Coast.
She and her husband live in San Antonio, the setting for the Amazing Gracie books, with two quirky herding dogs who still require help opening the food bin and the door.
You can learn more about Carol by visiting her website and subscribing to her newsletter or connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.
Carol is a member of Romance Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America, and Sisters in Crime.
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What book would you like to see a prequel to? Bernie Wallace BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)comReplyDelete
I can't think of one right now. Most published books start where they should, even if the first draft of the author's manuscript didn't. If I think of one, I'll let you know. Do you have one?Delete
I sometimes think it is better to keep intact the mysteries that lead up to the opening of the book because what I imagine is often far different from what an author comes up with. I'm curious what books you would like prequels to, Bernie?Delete
I haven't read this trilogy but this book sounds good. I'll have to check out the other books as well.ReplyDelete
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This sounds like a good series. I definitely have to check it out.ReplyDelete
This sounds great!! I love how bright the cover isReplyDelete