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Saving Grace Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 1994
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Claudia Moore, W.T. Woodson High School, Fairfax, VA
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Top Customer Reviews
Lady Johanna is simply wonderful; she enters the book as quite shy and scared as she has been beaten many times by her deceased first husband and yet she still manages to hold her own with Laird Gabriel. I liked it that first of all Johanna had difficulty fitting in with her new clan - any woman would be vulnerable and untrusting at first if they had experienced Johanna's past and yet she becomes stronger and braver with each day that passes. Johanna is actually very clever and analytical, as well as being sweet and kind hearted. Gabriel is off the chart as a hero. What is so special about him is that as well as being strong and brave he is also very sensitive to Johanna's feelings and never treats her cruelly - in fact he is very considerate and kind as he tries to earn her trust (without being soppy). Gabriel was stigmatised as being illegitimate when he was younger and had a hard upbringing and I think this is part of the reason why he suits Johanna so well.Read more ›
I read here in Amazon that some readers don't find Johanna an interesting heroine because of her timidity and weakness. In my opinion, this is what made her different and more appealing. Yes, she WAS timid and I can't say I blame her considering her past marriage. I would find the story too far fetch if Johanna would right away snapped out of her timidity and fear after what had happend to her once before. She lived in fear, she walked on eggshells for far too long to simply be bold & audacious. The readers will also consider that Johanna was in a different environment, married (2nd time) to a stranger who's a big handsome brute, wouldn't u be timid and scared? It took time for her to trust McBain, it took time for her to come out of her shell.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was such a good read. It has a heroine who grew up in a loving family environment, but, as was the custom of the times, was married at an early age to a man who managed to... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Diane M Curry
Saving Grace by Julie Garwood (Audio Edition)
Narrated by: Rosalyn Landor
This is another old favourite of mine. Read more
A beautiful story. Great characters and interactions. Gabriel and Johannah are beautiful togetherPublished 1 month ago by Les Lee
She better not stop writing years later I still love re-reading her stuff. I must of turned about 10 people on to her works and they in turn told others. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I read this story many years ago. Remembered it was good and actually bought the ebook. Have no regrets.Published 2 months ago by Paul
Not my favorite. The Bride and The wedding were much better in the highland series for me.Published 2 months ago by southern lady
I ALWAYS LOVE THE JULIE GARWOOD BOOKS. THIS IS ONE OF THE BETTER ONES, I BELIEVEPublished 2 months ago by ljherrell
Another wonderful book by Julie Garwood! The characters are well thought out and I love how she keeps the story quick paced and engaging. Read morePublished 3 months ago by nicole