Leona Grace writes about quiet, thoughtful men dealing with the problems life throws at them. She likes the women in her novels to be strong rather than ‘sassy’, and although her novels are not romances as such, she believes in the importance of an HFN at the very least.
She writes in a variety of genres from classic westerns to modern crime thrillers. She has recently completed her second western trilogy - the 'Sam Archer' series as well as a contemporary horror/romance novel set in London which is due to be published in June 2020.
She is currently working on a novel set on a small island off the coast of Scotland involving a community beset by violence and betrayal, and search for hidden treasure.
Leona Grace lives in England with her husband and, until her retirement, she was a specialist teacher in a variety of educational settings.
Scotland April 1945: there is little joy in Iain McCraig’s life. Struggling to look after his farm and prize dairy cows, he is forced to accept help from an enemy PoW despite all his misgivings. Then his prisoner arrives and the quiet farmer begins to wonder if his life will ever be the same. When events take a turn for the worse, will he be able to save something far more precious than his farm?