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Book Title: Playing Grace|
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The author of the book: Hazel Osmond
Date of issue: August 15th 2013
ISBN 13: 9781780873732
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 28.97 MB
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Grace Surtees has everything carefully under control – her work life, her home life and her love life – especially her love life.
But then her boss hires Tate Saunders, a brash American, to spice up the gallery tours his company provides. Messy and fond of breaking rules, Tate explodes into her tidy existence like a paintball, and Grace hates everything about him…
Because, for Grace, the alternative would be simply too terrifying to contemplate: to love Tate rather than hate him would mean leaping out of her comfort zone, and Grace’s devotion to order hides some long-kept secrets… secrets she’s sure someone like Tate Saunders could never accept or understand.
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Read information about the authorI live in Northumberland; I'm married with two teenage daughters and for twenty years I've been an advertising copywriter. I have a clean driving licence, (apart from where I dripped nail varnish on it) and am not yet at that age where I've started to grow a moustache without realising it.
How did I get into writing stories and books? Partly because of a woman's magazine and partly because of a man in a cravat who proposed in my sitting room. The magazine was Woman & Home and I won their short story competition (sponsored by Costa) in 2008, and the man in the cravat was the actor Richard Armitage in Sandy Welch's adaptation of Mrs Gaskell's 'North and South' for the BBC.
Winning the competition gave me confidence; admiring Richard Armitage led me to one website in particular (C19) where I discovered plenty of fanfiction inspired by roles Mr A had
played and had a go at writing one myself.
Forty chapters later, having caught the writing bug, I was encouraged to try my hand at comtemporary fiction. I was following in fine footsteps - to date six others people who had that cravat 'moment' have become published authors - Rosy Thornton, Phillipa Ashley, Elizabeth Hanbury, Elizabeth Ashworth,
Juliet Archer and Georgia Hill.
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