Full of Grace is the companion book to Hale Maree by Misty Provencher. It tells the story of Landon Grace and Sher Traifere. I hadn't read Hale Maree, where these two first meet, but in all honesty it didn't detract from my enjoyment or understanding of the story.
"I realize that I'm every bit as stupid as she's thinking I am, even if not for the same reasons. I have no idea what Sher's last name is. I don't know a damn thing about her, except that she's got skin like the underbelly of a baby rabbit and she's carrying my baby - for the moment. We came together for maybe ten minutes total and it began this whole weird elbow pipe of our lives as strangers. What a mess."
"For one second, the world freezes. There is only Sher staring into my eyes. Me, staring back. Our connection is beyond physical, it's even more than the link of a baby growing in her belly. It's my soul and hers, grazing fingertips over one another."
"She's the wild card and how she plays her hand will still determine my entire life, whether I like it or not. I should hate her, but instead, I've tracked her down and now I just want to sit here, pretending none of it happened, and watch her sleep."
"This one moment, in my bed beside her, is whole. Warm and safe and invicible, it feels like a beginning And if I were able to lay beside her like this every day of my life, I think the end would feel as complete."
I loved this book. I sat up late to finish reading it because I just had to know the outcome. It is not long and while some reviews have commented it wasn't long enough, I was very satisfied with where it finished. I will also be adding Misty Provenchers other books to my TBR list.
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