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• Tuesday, 17 November, 2020
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Her beloved mother just passed, her father hasn't been seen with years and her finalized divorce is taking a toll. When her ex-husband moves in 3.5 stars The Written Review I deserved better, Brian told me, tears I'd never seen before streaming down his face.

Her beloved mother just passed, her father hasn't been seen with years and her finalized divorce is taking a toll. When her ex-husband moves in his pregnant girlfriend (fertility is a sore spot) next door, Grace decides it is TIME for a change. She finds out about the existence of a long-lost aunt and on impulse buys a ticket to Florida to join her (to escape having to watch her ex-husband move in his pregnant new girlfriend next door).

Favorite Quotes:‘Because I told Mandy she could have Grandmother’s chair over my dead body, and I’m nothing if not a woman of my word.’ Mrs. Fielding had taken that vow to the extreme, I reflected, breathing through my mouth as I looked at where her body sat slumped in that same chair, thinking that new upholstery might not be enough to get the smell of her decomposing body out of the antique for Ms. Yeager.

I wish I understood young people’s obsession with their own genitalia and capturing it for Favorite Quotes:‘Because I told Mandy she could have Grandmother’s chair over my dead body, and I’m nothing if not a woman of my word.’ Mrs.

Fielding had taken that vow to the extreme, I reflected, breathing through my mouth as I looked at where her body sat slumped in that same chair, thinking that new upholstery might not be enough to get the smell of her decomposing body out of the antique for Ms. Yeager. I wish I understood young people’s obsession with their own genitalia and capturing it for posterity… Honey, there’s not one thing you can do about a man who lacks any class and the sense God gave him and insists on foisting his frank and beans onto your phone screen.

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Sugar, when the day comes that someone has to live here with me and wipe my helpless bottom, I assure you he will be far younger, well-muscled, and more macho than you are. ‘Florida: home of the newly-wed and nearly dead.’ ‘Death’s doorstep.’ ‘Where America goes to die.’ There is a lot of fertile ground here for estate planning.

I tumbled right into this engaging, cleverly written, and delightful tale that was packed with all the feels. I reveled in Ms. Fox’s witty descriptions and clever use of humor while navigating the painfully insightful inner musings of the endearing and lovable character of Grace.

Phoebe Fox has a smooth and sneaky way of implanting me behind her characters’ eyes. I was right there feeling all of Grace’s feels, my chest was tight when she was devastated, I fist-pumped when she finally got mad, and my eyes burned and lower lip quivered as she sweetly detailed incidents of her childhood with her mother to her long-lost aunt.

Most of us have known a Grace at some point during our sojourn on earth; Grace was the ultimate small-town “good girl,” sweet, kind, considerate, trustworthy, admirable, unassuming, smart, overlooked, plainly dressed, prepared, making do, and patiently waiting. The storyline was superbly crafted and unfailingly entertaining while the writing was witty and wryly amusing yet also thoughtful, emotive, poignant, and keenly insightful.

The narrative was vividly detailed with humorous and colorful observations that often had me smirking. I adored the ebullient and feisty Aunt Millie, whose inner beauty and indefatigable kindness despite her family’s long-standing history of rejection stung my eyes and made my heart hurt.

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Grace MacAdam's has always done the right thing; she had the words ingrained in the head “Family is Everything” by her mother while she was growing up. She's had a run of bad luck lately her mom has passed away after a long illness, which has left her emotionally drained.

Her best friend/ex-husband who she runs her estate planning practice with has just told her he is moving in an ex-girlfriend who he has reconnected with after several years into the home she lived while married to him. The worst Grace MacAdam's has always done the right thing; she had the words ingrained in the head “Family is Everything” by her mother while she was growing up.

She's had a run of bad luck lately her mom has passed away after a long illness, which has left her emotionally drained. Her best friend/ex-husband who she runs her estate planning practice with has just told her he is moving in an ex-girlfriend who he has reconnected with after several years into the home she lived while married to him.

Grace has always held on to a spark of hope that they would get back together but this is too much for her to deal with, believe me, she lets them know she's not happy with this arrangement. Grace decides to get to the bottom of this, she calls this woman and informs her of her mother's recent death.

What could it hurt, she's had enough on her plate, and it will only be a week, long enough for her to come to term with the news she just received about Brian. Grace flies down to Florida and is met at the airport by a group of rowdy senior citizens.

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The fun is just beginning; she's discovering a lifestyle that she had been too afraid to live before, carefree and spontaneous were the last words one would use to describe Grace. I instantly fell in love with Aunt Millie, who is in her 80's, but you couldn't tell by her active lifestyle. You will fall in love with her too from her bright red Tulsa to the strange female cave where she does her funky art and has her quirky workout worm.

A divorce and the death of her mother have left her stuck in the past, unable to let go and move on. Then a picture postcard of a beautiful beach, sent by someone she’s never heard of, provides her the boost she needs to shed not only the Missouri winter, but also the pain that is weighing her down.

Grace’s journey and transformation were somehow the very first page, I was in love with the main character of this compelling and endearing novel. A divorce and the death of her mother have left her stuck in the past, unable to let go and move on.

Then a picture postcard of a beautiful beach, sent by someone she’s never heard of, provides her the boost she needs to shed not only the Missouri winter, but also the pain that is weighing her down. Grace’s journey and transformation were sometimes painful, always honest and real and heartfelt.

My connection to her was so strong, I hurt with her and for her, I grieved with her, I shared her anger, I celebrated with her, and I was cheering for her to find her hope and happiness. A Little of Grace is a book I read with my whole heart, with a character who I will long remember, and a story that is heartwarming and uplifting and wonderful.

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It definitely matched the feeling I got just from looking at it! I loved the travel aspect of A Little of Grace. It made me feel like I was on a virtual vacation with all the descriptions of the beaches and other locations.

It definitely matched the feeling I got just from looking at it! I loved the travel aspect of A Little of Grace. It made me feel like I was on a virtual vacation with all the descriptions of the beaches and other locations.

Phoebe Fox covered a topic that not many books talk about within this genre and I appreciated it. This one is being compared to one of my very favorite authors, Tristan Higgins which made me both super excited but also slightly hesitant.

She’s newly divorced but still very enmeshed in her ex-husbands life (and he in hers) as they are law partners and neighbors and sh This one is being compared to one of my very favorite authors, Tristan Higgins which made me both super excited but also slightly hesitant.

She’s newly divorced but still very enmeshed in her ex-husbands life (and he in hers) as they are law partners and neighbors, and she’s just basically stuck in a monotonous rut. She’s also still grieving the loss of her mother and when she gets a postcard from an aunt she never even knew existed she decides to go to Florida and meet her.

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It sets her off on a new path that she desperately needs, and it was just such a delight following along as she finds herself again. She’s a vivacious and larger than life woman in her eighties and there was a mystery about why she was estranged from her family that isn’t revealed until the second half of the book.

She was such a fantastic character full of wisdom and life lessons for Grace and I couldn’t get enough of her antics and bold personality. However, I found A Little of Grace to be an enjoyable read, albeit slow at times.

Grace is at a cross-point in her life and when she learns of a long-lost relative, she takes a vacation from her every day and flies south to Florida to try and connect with her great-aunt. However, I found A Little of Grace to be an enjoyable read, albeit slow at times.

Grace is at a cross-point in her life and when she learns of a long-lost relative, she takes a vacation from her every day and flies south to Florida to try and connect with her great-aunt. Millie (her aunt) has a secret that is the reason for her exile from the family years ago.

I loved it and every morning that I opened my fridge for the coffee creamer, it made me laugh and look forward to reading this book. This book while giving the appearance of a feel good fluffy women’s fiction novel, is full of thought-provoking content and issues.

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Ultimately it was a feel good novel and when it ended I felt satisfied and content, but along the way there were some things like infertility that the author didn’t shy away from, and I thought that was bold and exciting. But it wasn’t ‘slow’ just felt like it lagged a bit in places but what kept me reading of course were the characters.

I loved how Grace just up and decides to leave her life behind to fly to Florida with nothing but a post card from her long-lost aunt. That’s what made me really identify with Grace and throughout the story I found myself appreciating her character and growing with her.

I loved the themes that it explored and how the author showed the audience that everything happens for a reason and change is inevitable. It came at a time in my life when I was needing something uplifting with just the right amount of changes for the character to feel relevant for me.

This story follows Grace, she works at an estate planning law firm, together with Brian, her ex husband/best friend. This story follows Grace, she works at an estate planning law firm, together with Brian, her ex husband/best friend.

Out if the blue Grace decides to call that woman, and it turns out, Millie is her great aunt. Grace discovers a lot about her family there, and it also changes her way of thinking, especially about her mum.

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It's emotional too, and I can say that I now am a big fan of Phoebe Fox, what a talented author. The question is, do we use them as a justification or an opportunity.” This was such a sweet, fun, and fast summer read.

It's also a book that reminded me of how important LGBTQ representation is in the publishing industry. The question is, do we use them as a justification or an opportunity.” This was such a sweet, fun, and fast summer read.

It's also a book that reminded me of how important LGBTQ representation is in the publishing industry. This is not a deep, literary work of art like “The Vanishing Half” but it doesn’t need to be.

It is a fun and cheerful chic lit book about a lawyer named Grace who’s trying to find herself again after the death of her mother and divorce of from her husband. That's when the vibrant, larger than life Aunt Millie steals the show.

She’s an 80-year-old who drives a bright red Tesla (In Ludicrous Mode, no less) and offers dating advice and matchmaking via a YouTube Channel and blog. This is a quick, fun summer read with heart that does a great job of honoring the LGBTQ community while addressing issues of forgiveness, identity, and family.

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I enjoyed the theme of turning negative moments in your life into positive momentum to lead your forward, as well as the need for showing compassion and unconditional love for others, no matter their choices. PAPERBACK uncorrected proof... I really like Grace, the main character of the book, who is telling the story from her first person.

A year before the time of the book, her husband, whom she still loves dearly and apparently always will, asked her for a divorce, and she acceded to his wishes. PAPERBACK uncorrected proof... I really like Grace, the main character of the book, who is telling the story from her first person.

This, coupled with the appearance of a pregnant woman in her ex-husband's life, starts the action that will become the story of the book. I won this uncorrected proof paperback book in a Goo dread's giveaway.

A Little of Grace by Phoebe Fox would be in a genre that I rarely read, “chick lit”, but it was worth the read. Ms. Fox's descriptive writing, character development highlights the growth of Grace as she begins a new life for herself after discovering a family member that she has never known about before.

A Little of Grace by Phoebe Fox would be in a genre that I rarely read, “chick lit”, but it was worth the read. Ms. Fox's descriptive writing, character development highlights the growth of Grace as she begins a new life for herself after discovering a family member that she has never known about before.

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Under the loving tutelage of her Aunt Millie, Grace discovers that there is more to life and herself than she ever imagined. A smoothly paced plot that allows the reader time to get to know the characters and maybe even look at life a little differently.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book from Henry Press via Legally. Thanks to Henry Press and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

Thanks to Henry Press and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. So when a post card arrives addressed to her deceased mother, Grace decides to find out whom it's from.

With a chance to meet the only family she has left, Grace heads to Florida. This story reveals a long hidden family secret and encourages being true to yourself.

First her husband left her because she was unable to have children, which she avoided dealing with by taking care of her mother in her failing health. First her husband left her because she was unable to have children, which she avoided dealing with by taking care of her mother in her failing health.

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Her marriage to her childhood sweetheart recently came to abrupt halt, and as he sprang forward in his new life Grace was left behind with little to show for. Her marriage to her childhood sweetheart recently came to abrupt halt, and as he sprang forward in his new life Grace was left behind with little to show for.

Doing something completely out of the ordinary, Grace hopped on a plane and flew to the sunny beaches of Florida. With only the postcard from a long-lost relative, she decided to take more chances and live her life.

Without giving too much away, this story is both a fun cheerful read and touching on important subjects and making us address bigger questions. Easily a fun beach read or just a good book to put you in a sunnier state of mind.

Millie is a warm and caring woman, who swoops Grace up at just the right time and tries to help her turn her life around and let me tell you, they have so much fun along the way. Millie is a warm and caring woman, who swoops Grace up at just the right time and tries to help her turn her life around and let me tell you, they have so much fun along the way.

This is a tale full of hilarity, love, compassion, strength, anger and frustration, understanding, forgiveness, family and friends, finding oneself and being happy with that discovery. A Little of Grace is a wonderful, heartwarming story written by one of my favorite authors.

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The fact that Melissa liked it a lot made me feel a little more confident that I would too. The fact that Melissa liked it a lot made me feel a little more confident that I would too.

Until she receives a letter from a woman claiming to be a relative Grace never knew she had, sending her on a journey from the childhood home she had to move back into to a Florida island to meet a total stranger who embraces her as family. There, Grace starts to uncover answers about the eccentric woman her family never mentioned: a larger-than-life octogenarian who is the keeper of a secret held for more than fifty years, and the ultimate inspiration to always be true to yourself.

As Grace gets to know this woman and picks up the pieces of her own shattered life, she is forced to question whether she can find forgiveness for the unforgivable. Let me start the actual review part of this post by saying A Little of Grace is simply delightful (one of my mother-in-law's favorite words).

I felt like I was a character in the story as the writing was so real and descriptive, you could see the vibrant colors. All was well until the dreadful doctor appointment when Grace found out she couldn't unrelated yet family.

Grace moved back to her childhood home and took care of her ailing mother as well as continuing to work in the family business. Grace had learned from her mother that family was everything and the most important part of your life.

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With that feeling and blind trust, her trip to Florida becomes a chance to learn that first hand. The author has done a great job of sharing Grace's distress without being depressing.

I was sad for Grace, but I also laughed at times as the way she displayed her anger at Brian. Grace is a partner in a law firm, specializing in end of life estate planning, with her ex-husband Brian.

Their relationship eventually changed into love and marriage when they got older, although you did get the feeling that it just sort of ha Grace is a partner in a law firm, specializing in end of life estate planning, with her ex-husband Brian.

Their relationship eventually changed into love and marriage when they got older, although you did get the feeling that it just sort of happened without any great thoughts, it was an easy option. But eventually it didn't work anymore, but they still stayed very close friends, until Brian brought home his new pregnant girlfriend, then everything changed.

Then out of the blue a postcard arrived for her Mum and all of a sudden Grace realized she had an aunt she never knew about. She thought she had no family left after her Father ran off with someone else when she was a small child, and her Mother had recently died.

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So after having a bit of a meltdown she contacted her aunt and went off to visit her in Cypress Key in Florida for a holiday. Her Aunt Millie was such a fabulous character, with secrets of her own, which are eventually revealed.

Grace found out about family secrets as the book went along, whilst reinventing herself a bit, getting a new wardrobe, running around the island to various events, meeting a new guy, and just generally chilling and enjoying her holiday amongst the beauty of Cypress Key. Eventually she had to go home of course, but things changed a lot there as Grace realized she was living her life for all her past family and not for herself.

Wonderfully entertaining story that made me want to rush off to Cypress Key. **Was given an ARC by the publisher via Net galley in exchange for an honest review**This is the first book that I've read by Phoebe Fox, but it definitely won't be my last.

When Grace's ex-husband, and business partner, Brian, wants to sit down and have a real conversation, she gets her hopes up and thinks that they might have a chance again. **Was given an ARC by the publisher via Net galley in exchange for an honest review**This is the first book that I've read by Phoebe Fox, but it definitely won't be my last.

When Grace's ex-husband, and business partner, Brian, wants to sit down and have a real conversation, she gets her hopes up and thinks that they might have a chance again. Only the girlfriend is the same girl from their college years, proving that Brian never put Grace first.

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The next thing she knows, she has a great aunt and is invited to come to Cypress Key, Florida. When Grace meets her Aunt Millie, her life changes in many ways.

Millie is a free spirit who traveled the world, just like Grace had wanted to do her whole life. She does a makeover on her niece, gets her out of her boring business suits and unflattering clothes, and they discover a new, confident Grace lying dormant.

She comes to terms that staying in Missouri would never make her happy, and she plans on doing something about it. Brian can't get over the changes in her, she realizes that they aren't friends anymore and tries to move onward.

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