With a title like Say Goodnight, Gracie the reader knows humor tells the story of Grace Sullivan and Jon Erikson.
Life with Grace Sullivan is never boring. A fact Jon Erikson finds out when he is forced to recuperate in the Sullivan home due to his first meeting with the delightful, albeit clumsy, youngest daughter of a pair of fighting Irish parents.
The Sullivanís come from humble beginnings and then Grace's father strikes it rich. Now known as The Silver King, Paddy Sullivan wants nothing more in the world than to see his daughters happy. However, he is convinced his society conscious wife is making that impossible. His daughters on the other hand want nothing more than to see their parents happy. Thus, an idea is born to bring the family peace. What Grace did not count on was a dirt miner, an orphan, and the actual Three Graces straight from mythology to be the answer to her prayers.
Say Goodnight, Gracie is a fun and tender love story not to be missed. Strong characters and witty dialogue carry this story of a young woman coming into her own and finding the love of her life along the way. This offering by Yvonne Jocks is part three of the Three Graces series first begun by Pam McCutcheon in Belle Of the Ball and carried on by Karen Fox in A Touch Of Charm.