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A STRANGER IN WYNNEDOWER

By BookWorm – I loved this book! It is Beauty and the Beast meets mystery novel! The story slowly drew me in and then there were so many questions that needed answering, mysteries that needed solving. I kept coming back to the book, I NEEDED to know what the answers were! Sit down and relax, because once you start reading this book, you won’t be going anywhere for awhile! Five stars for a captivating read!

ASC Book Reviews “~ASC” – FABULOUS!!! Shocking to the end, and I do mean the VERY end! I loved the characters, the setting, the surprises, and the plot! Filled with secrets, mystery, and a hidden treasure A Stranger in Wynnedower is a great adventure and a great read!!! :)

KINCAID’S HOPE

RT Book Reviews – August 2012 – 4 STARS - A quiet, backwater town is the setting for intrigue, deception and betrayal in this exceptional sophomore offering. Greene’s ability to pull the reader into the story and emotionally invest them in the characters makes this book a great read.

Jane Austen “Book Maven” – May 2012 – 5 STARS - This is a unique modern-day romantic suspense novel, with eerie gothic tones–a well-played combination, expertly woven into the storyline. …she rode the wave of excellent writing in her first novel with the same complex writing style which easily draws the reader in.

S. Barrett – Amazon Vine Reviewer – March 2012 – 5 STARS - Ms. Greene writes in a fresh and polished style that instantly engages the reader. I started this book while on a treadmill at my gym and was so intrigued to learn what happened next that, once home, I settled in a chair and read through until I had finished.

BEACH RENTAL

RT Book Reviews – September 2012 – 4.5 stars TOP PICK - No author can even come close to capturing the awe-inspiring essence of the North Carolina coast like Greene. Her debut novel seamlessly combines hope, love and faith, like the female equivalent of Nicholas Sparks. …you’ll hear the gulls overhead and the waves crashing onto shore.

Camellia – Long and Short Reviews  (8/11/11) – Grace Greene, with a captivating style, writes a compelling story about coping with the worst and enjoying the best of life. Ms. Greene’s descriptions and her ability to create vibrant characters makes Beach Rental a book one wants to read non-stop.

English Rose – Clean Romance Reviews  (8/4/11) – Juli’s lessons on different kinds of love and unexpected blessings is a great, uplifting story despite some of the other sadder aspects of the tale. This book is very well written, pulling you in and never letting go.  You’ll want some tissues for this one, but it’s one I’d recommend!