The Grayson Trilogy by Georgia Rose

The Grayson Trilogy by Georgia Rose comprises

Book 1: A Single Step
Book 2: Before the Dawn
Book 3: Thicker Than Water 

I read each book in The Grayson Trilogy one after the other as I was enjoying the series so much.
They're a very readable set of romances with thriller overtones.

From the book description for A Single Step: 

Emma Grayson was left devastated when her life was torn apart by tragedy and betrayal. 
Now someone believes it’s time for her to start again and puts an advert for a job through her door which leads her to the Melton Estate. 
Despite her desire for a solitary existence she finds herself discovering a life she could never have imagined, challenging her independence, her fears and her resistance to love.


Emma Grayson is a complex personality. 

Her back story is very emotional and poignant and the author explores this with great sensitivity.
Author Georgia Rose has created in Emma an interesting character whose love life across all three books has so many wonderful ups and downs.
Her romantic attachment is enhanced by the exciting thriller into which her love story is woven.

Trent, the leading man, is a complex character too.

He has as many hang-ups as Emma and the author takes her time over all three novels to reveal the explanations for his behaviours.

Emma and Trent dominate the novels 

but there is a large supporting cast too.
The main characters and all the subsidiary characters develop well as the series progresses.
It's easy to keep track of who's who and what's what as the three books evolve.
The author references back to previous main story points so that a reader who picks up one of the books out of sequence will know what's going on.
However, this is done with a light touch and doesn't get in the way for readers who are following through sequentially.

I liked the horsey setting which I found unusual and interesting and life on "The Manor" is certainly different and filled with surprises.

Although there is the predictability about the ending associated with this genre there are some plot developments and revelations about key characters which are completely unexpected and these bring the series to a very satisfying conclusion.

The Grayson Trilogy would be a great holiday read and it's available to download from the Amazon Kindle Store.

As it's in Kindle Unlimited, subscribers can read the series, like I did, for "free".

Further details can be found on the author's Amazon page.

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