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Grays Hill, Barbara T. Cerny

After her father committed suicide rather than face his mounting gambling debts, Oksana Wallingford knows she will have to work in order to keep food on the table and her younger brother, the new baron, in school. When her best friend finds her a position as the nanny of his brother’s children, it is the opportunity Oksana needs. But what she didn’t contend with was Rafe, the recently widowed Duke of Essex and her new employer.

Oksana and Rafe’s personalities are like oil and water. However, what begins as mutual hate slowly begins to change into something more. But what future can they have when Rafe has sworn off marriage for good?

As the mismatched pair struggles to come to terms with one another, a disaster that throws everything into question strikes them both.

Gray’s Hill by Barbara T. Cerny is another sensational book from the author that managed to keep me hooked, shocked, and enthralled from beginning to end! Barbara T. Cerny is an author I have grown to love as every book I have read by her so far has been amazing and Gray’s Hill is no exception! In Gray’s Hill, Cerny is quick to capture the reader’s imagination and will hook you with her page turning literature with ease.

Gray’s Hill is a sensational historical romance/mystery novel that will introduce the reader to Oksana, a woman who has recently fallen on hard times as her father committed suicide due to gambling debts and has thus made Oksana and her family poor. This forces Oksana to look to work as she must now provide for her family and keep her younger brother in school and soon she finds a job working as a nanny to the mysterious Rafe. Rafe is recently widowed and he does not have love on his mind, in fact, he swore he would never marry again but Oksana awakens something in him and will he finally give in? Read the incredible Gray’s Hill to find out!

Gray’s Hill is a thought-provoking and captivating story that is multi-layered and fast-paced. The author of the novel, Barbara T. Cerny has managed to weave poignant themes with interesting, dynamic characters and interweave both to make an astonishing piece of fiction that is both addictive and fast-paced! Every detail in Gray’s Hill is superb and thought out so that the reader is easily able to get lost in Cerny’s words with ease!

Barbara T. Cerny is a talented author and a genuine wordsmith! Cerny’s tale is gripping and consistent from beginning to end. As the reader reads this book, they will be taken on an unforgettable journey which will unfold bit by bit at a perfect pace that will keep the reader engrossed. Cerny’s vivid writing will enable the reader to fall madly in love with this book and be kept hooked because you simply can’t help but do this! The fluidity alone in Cerny’s book is sensational and never once did I find myself getting bored of the story or even the characters, Cerny managed to continually shock and surprise me thanks to her fantastic plot devices such as twists and turns!

To conclude my thoughts on the brilliant and riveting novel that is Gray’s Hill, I would say if you are a reader who is looking to read a phenomenal piece of literature that will keep you hooked from beginning to end, then this incredible book is for you! Gray’s Hill gets five stars from me book lovers! So be sure to have a read of the preview below, you won’t regret it!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is follow the links below!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Below I have attached some links about the author and this wonderful book so if you would like to learn more about the author and the book then please have a browse. Thank you so much again for reading book lovers!

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