Lords of Stratford

Enchanting the Duke (formerly Violets in the Snow)

He was her guardian, the duke of darkness and danger.

She tried to drive him from Arden Hall. Instead, Isabelle Montgomery was charmed by the rakehell John Saint Germain, the Duke of Avon. He said she was his ward, and he’d come to sweep her off to London and a proper debut. Isabelle’s guardian angel had promised a dark prince would be sent by destiny to save her. But Saint Germain’s scorching appraisal suggested she’d need protection from him.

No woman could refuse the dashing John Saint Germain, Duke of Avon, arrogant and dark as sin. Saint Germain had known betrayal and vowed no woman would claim his heart again. But he hadn’t reckoned on an innocent beauty who slammed the door in his face. Much against his will, he’d agreed to become her temporary guardian and prepare her for London’s marriage market. But now he was determined to claim her for his own, oblivious of the enemies he’d earned pursuing the woman who had become his heart, his soul, his destiny.


Romantic Times KISS Award.

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“an awesome book!  Patricia Grasso has a wonderful way portraying her characters with humor and grace. Her writing style is light and quick-paced, and holds the readers attention. If you enjoy a good laugh, this is the book for you.” — Literary Times

“Cinderella with spunk, style, and more than a few surprises. The dialogue is sharp and the interaction between characters believable. It’s a story about accepting your destiny and seeing with your heart. Tells what happens between the wedding and the happily-ever-after. It’s a keeper!” — Romance Reader Reviews

“…a fairy tale wizardry that only an adult could enjoy. A delightful cast of characters keep you entertained page after page. The joys and experience of first love. Fairy tale magic.” — Rendezvous Magazine

“Combining a touch of paranormal with the classic Cinderella tale, Grasso has crafted another winner. Delight in this refreshing tale.” — Romantic Times Magazine

“…a brilliant placing of the Cinderella story into a Regency romance setting. A fairy tale, fun to read story.” — Harriet Klausner

“A stunning Regency to captivate anyone. Splendid!” — Bell, Book, Candle

“5 stars…”  — Heartland Critiques

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Beauty and Earl (formerly To Love a Princess)

A princess in danger…

Princess Amber Kazanov needs a husband. She flees her native Russia and takes refuge in England with her cousin Prince Rudolf Kazanov and his English wife. Prince Rudolf knows only one man who has the power and the strength to protect his cousin. Arriving at the Earl of Stratford’s estate, Rudolf makes an outrageous proposition.

A broken man grieving for his wife…

Miles Montgomery, the Earl of Stratford, wants to be left alone. Since losing his beloved wife in a fire, Miles has sat in the dark and waited for his own death. Until the day a beautiful princess walks into his home seeking marriage and the protection of his name. Amber’s beauty attracts Miles, but her courageous heart shakes him to his core.

Drawn to Miles, Princess Amber sees beneath his masked scars and gruff exterior. Her love persuades him to push aside his bitterness and truly live and love again. Can Miles keep Amber safe when her enemies arrive in England? Or will his past return to haunt him?


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“Skillfully done…”  — Romantic Times Magazine

“Beauty and the beast on a wild ride through London and Stratford-on-Avon.” — Rakehell.com

“5 stars. Excellent read. Great combination of romance, drama, and intrigue.” —   Barnes and Noble

“More than 5 stars. An absolute treasure of a romance. A fleeing princess, a scared and grieving earl, two souls who need each other, a love that transcends. Delicious.” — Amazon.com

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