Tracey Garvis-Graves is the author of On the Island and Covet. She lives in a suburb of Des Moines, Iowa with her husband, two children, and hyper dog Chloe. She blogs at www.traceygarvisgraves.com using colorful language and a snarky sense of humor to write about pop culture, silly television shows, and her suburban neighborhood.
Tracey Garvis-Graves recommends
Red Hill (2013)
(Red Hill, book 1)
"Hauntingly evocative... a true testament to Jamie McGuireâs skill as a storyteller."
In the Mirror (2014)
"Emotionally gripping and heartachingly beautiful, this novel will make you think about what is truly important."
Maybe Someday (2014)
(Maybe , book 1)
"I've read everything Colleen Hoover has ever written, and each new book becomes my instant favorite. Her pacing is perfect and her characters leap off the page. I devour her words like candy."
Before We Were Strangers (2015)
"Powerful and poignant, Before We Were Strangers captures the magic and heartache of first love. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough."
No Time To Blink (2018)
"Weaving expertly between past and present, Dina Silver crafts an engrossing tale of deceit and betrayal. You’ll hold your breath until the end."
Christmas at the Chalet (2018)
"In gorgeous detail, Anita Hughes paints a vivid picture of blossoming love amid the backdrop of snow-capped mountains and frozen lakes in the opulent setting of St. Moritz. This enchanting love story will leave you pining for the winter holidays. I loved every page."
What the Wind Knows (2019)
"With masterful and enchanting storytelling, Amy Harmon weaves a tale of epic love, alternating between the present and war-torn Ireland in 1921 like a seasoned historian. I was captivated."
The Sight of You (2020)
"With stunningly evocative prose, Holly Miller crafts an enthralling tale that picks up speed as it churns toward its inevitable conclusion. I'm not usually an emotional reader, but this book proved me wrong. The ending is simply perfect. Readers are going to love it."
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