House of Grace by Patricia M Osborne



My first royalty cheque has arrived. House of Grace is officially out there. People are buying my book and better still they’re enjoying it. Several readers have told me that they’ve read it more than once because they loved it so much.

Comments are popping up in my facebook inbox or on my facebook timeline and 5* reviews are growing steadily on Amazon. They all have a common theme.

‘It’s a real page turner.’ ‘I couldn’t put it down.’ ‘Hurry up with the next one.’

Read the reviews on and see what you think.

As an author, it’s a wonderful feeling to know that readers love my book and want more. It also gives me that push to get on with the next one. I have an obligation to my readers. I intend to return to The Coal Miner’s Son, the next book in the series, (once my current and last MA module has finished) with an aim to finish by Christmas and release it by March 2018.


Find out what these park gates mean to Grace.


(Permission to use given by Bill Sheehy who owns copyright of the above photo)

Blurb on back of the book:

It’s 1950 and all sixteen-year-old Grace Granville has ever wanted is to become a successful dress designer. She dreams of owning her own fashion house and spends her spare time sketching outfits. Her father, Lord Granville, sees this frivolous activity as nonsense and wants to groom her into a good wife for someone of his choosing…

Grace is about to leave Greenemere, a boarding school in Brighton. She’s blissfully unaware of her father’s plans when she embarks on a new adventure. The quest includes a trip to Bolton’s Palais where she meets coal miner, Jack Gilmore. Grace’s life is never the same again.  

Travel with Grace through two decades as she struggles with family conflict, poverty and tragedy. Is Grace strong enough to defy Lord Granville’s wishes and find true love? Will she become a successful fashion designer? Where will she turn for help?


Do you enjoy Family Sagas? Do you like to read fiction set in the 1950’s and 60’s? Are you interested in Fashion?

If you answer yes to these questions then it’s quite likely that you’re a strong candidate to read House of Grace.  

House of Grace is available for order on Amazon UK and in Kindle and paperback versions.

Kindle prices start at £0.00 /$).00 with Kindle unlimited or £1.99 / $2.56

Paperback only £7.99 / $11.99

Order your copy now and see if you agree with other readers.


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