Addy really needs a raise, like yesterday. Thanks to a mountain of school debt, she's heartily sick of being broke. So when she discovers she's being considered for a promotion? She's GIDDY.
Until she finds out that she needs to bring in accounts of her own, or she doesn't stand a chance.
Unfortunately, the only person she knows who might need a PR company is her ex from high school. She'd almost rather die than ask for his business, especially given the mess he's created. But when she finally steels up her nerve and asks Ben if her company can help, she's in trouble.
Many things have changed since high school, but their chemistry hasn't. It's as explosive as it ever was. Can Addy remember all the reasons things didn't work the first time around? Or is history doomed to repeat itself?
Publisher's Weekly said, of Finding Grace, "Baker narrates this story through the viewpoints of two central protagonists, skillfully blending romance with their career development, and the captivating plot unfolds smoothly from the start. Baker excels at writing dialogue and depicting the inner thoughts of her characters. The text is fluid, making it easy to follow, and accurately portrays the personalities of the story's characters."
"As a romance novel, Finding Grace explores the popular trope of enemies turned lovers. The reason for the characters' initial conflict is rooted in their parents' behaviors, which is a common theme found in similar stories. As the story progresses, the characters demonstrate significant personal growth. Whether it's discovering the true meaning of love or embracing their independence, the main players possess a captivating charm that makes the novel enjoyable."