Grace’s Turmoil is the first book in a planned trilogy, Not Too Old for Love, by Peter Perrin.
Divorced and emotionally damaged, artist Grace Stollery wants nothing more than to spend her semi-retirement painting and let time heal her emotional scars.
But when dashing widower Alfred Nobel moves into her retirement village he turns her life upside down and her heart inside out by awakening feelings she wants to keep dormant.
Alfred quickly sets out to woo Grace and slowly she warms to him. But the village’s resident femme fatale wants him for herself. Will she succeed in driving a wedge between Alfred and Grace?
Peter Perrin writes contemporary romance featuring characters who are all at least sixty-years old, but few of them act their age.
If you are one of the growing group of readers wanting their hero and heroine to be older than their own children then this is the book for you. The characters have plenty of life experience and not a little emotional baggage. Find out how they cope with finding love late in life.
Book 2 of the series is Queenie’s Compromise and is in the early stages of being written. Each book in the series will be able to be read as a stand alone story, but minor characters in the early book(s) will be promoted to major roles on later books.