Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Accepting Grace By Anna Boulier

Hillary Blake is having a very bad last day of school. Called into the principal’s office she is accused of cheating and will be put on unpaid leave until she can be proven innocent. Her day gets worse when she arrives back at her rental apartment only to be told she has three days to move out. Desperate for a job, Hillary hears about a young fireman left with his sister’s orphan children after her sudden death. Luke Toledo needs a nanny, but one look at tall, platinum blonde Hillary, and Luke can’t decide if a nanny-princess combo will work for his new family. Both too desperate to walk away, will the obvious attraction keep them from working through their differences and past hurts to create a ready-made family?

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Anna Christine Boulier has been a writer/storyteller since she begged her mother to learn to read before she entered first grade- to the bane of her first grade teacher. Since then she has written short stories and had characters that lived in her head for years. In May of 2013, God gave her a story and she wrote it in six weeks. Once the first book lived on paper she couldn’t stop. She currently has three books written with more on the way.

She grew up in Cartersville and except for a brief stint in Atlanta for college, she’s been there ever since. If you meet her, she can tell you more, because it’s a story! Writing is not full time, she pays the bills with a full time job that helps her stay creative.

Writing is my testimony- Grace my story!
It isn’t just a tagline, but a way of life.

Website: www.acboulier.com
Email: writer@acboulier.com
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Twitter: @acboulier
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My Thoughts...
I'm not giving my thoughts on this book or this series. I want to be kind so I will just feature it on my blog and let everyone make their on choice.
It is self published I wanted to be sure and let you all know that.


  1. I hope that your week is going good and you have lots of books to read.

  2. I'd give a chance <3 Blessings DanaGirl

  3. Bad editing I don't have time for that.

  4. Waiting to add some to my cart. Thanks for sharing this one.

  5. Caring is sharing, thanks for all you do.

  6. This sounds just as good as Restoring Grace! I think I need to put this series on my want-to-read list :-) I don't mind self published books, I have discovered a few great new-to-me authors by trying them out.

    Thanks for featuring Anna on your blog.

    1. Trixi, we all beg Mary to tell us if the books are self published because we have limited funds and don't want to waste our money if the books have not been edited so that we can read them. I think that is the case with these books that is why she did not write it out.

    2. I understand that and appreciate it it too! :-) I'm glad to know that information upfront and wasn't being critical or anything. I apologize if it came out sounding that way.

      All I was saying is I've discovered some new-to-me authors who are self-published. I have also had self-published stories I have not liked as well. It was no slight to Mary or anyone else here. :-) I'm glad she's honest and up front, it's why I like following this blog.

  7. Would not mind reading this book sound interesting.