The Presence of Grace by Anie Michaels Release Blitz with Theresa's Review

Title: The Presence of Grace
Series: Love and Loss #2
Author: Anie Michaels
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 18, 2016


Devon Roberts was familiar with loss. He’d lost his wife and, in a way, he’d lost himself. Moving through life with two kids, doing everything he could to make life good again for his son and daughter, meant romance was the last thing on his mind.

Until he saw her.


She was the first person to make him feel as though loving someone else wouldn’t be wrong.

Even though he thought his loss was unbearable, he never could have fathomed she might have had more slip through her fingers.

He’d fought before; fought for his family, for his love, and for his life. But her fight, although buried deep and festering within, was a fight he wasn’t sure he had the strength to overcome.

All he knew for sure was that his life was better in the presence of Grace.

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The Presence of Grace is a story about moving on in the face of tragedy. Grace and Devon meet by chance one night and don't encounter each other again for three years, which many would say is fate.

Devon is now a single father of two children and for the first time he is interested in a women for more than a date. Devon begins to date Grace. Navigating fatherhood and dating isn't easy. 

Grace and Devon have many obstacles but they also have such amazing triumphs that this story will have you laughing and crying all at the same time. This story had everything I love in a book and I know you will enjoy it as well.

3.5 stars 

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Author Bio

Anie Michaels is the author of the Never series, the Privates serial, and stand-alone novels The Space Between Us, Instead of You, and The Absence of Olivia. She started writing her first novel in June 2013 and hasn’t looked back since. Working at home as a full-time writer of books, when she is not pounding on the keyboard she can be found reading, playing with her kids, spending time with her family, and connecting with her close friends. She’s spent her entire life in the Pacific Northwest, lives in Portland, Oregon, and can’t imagine ever being anywhere else… except maybe somewhere tropical.

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