Greta's Grace

Divorced from Greta’s blustery dad, Brian, Lindsey is drawn to him now as they share their fears about Greta. She never expects to experience the drama of becoming involved with her ex-husband or to confront the dilemma of another man falling for her, especially Sam, her son-in-law’s widowed father. But Sam, quiet and reflective, offers more than friendship and becomes her refuge. More

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About Virginia McCullough

Fiction that hooks me and reels me almost always offers a glimpse into love, with all its imperfections, and families, with all their conflicts and heartbreak. That’s why I write stories that offer hope, healing, and plenty of second chances. – Virginia McCullough
Virginia McCullough considers the day Miss Barlow handed her a library card as one of the most important days of her life. Born in Chicago and raised by parents who revered both facts and fiction, it’s no accident that Virginia has enjoyed a long career as an independent writer, first of nonfiction, and now as a novelist. As a ghostwriter/coauthor she has written over 100 books and edited many more. She and her clients have worked with major publishers, from Simon Schuster to Warner Books to McGraw Hill.
Having lived in many places in the Midwest and the east coast, including seven years aboard a sailboat named Sojourner, Virginia sets her novels in some of her favorite places, from the Georgia Golden Isles to the Door County peninsula of Lake Michigan. Home is currently Green Bay, Wisconsin.
When she’s not writing or reading, Virginia likes to travel—she’s been known to say yes to a trip before she knows the destination. That pull for adventure has led her to visit many places in the world by plane, train, automobile, tanker, and sailboat. She and her daughter, Laura, once shared a trip to Paris and have taken road trips to Colorado, California, and Arkansas. Her son, Adam, invited her to revisit life aboard a boat and sail with his family in the British Virgin Islands. Learn more about Virginia and her writing at www.virginiamccullough.com and about her coaching at www.bookcatalysts.com

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