A Case for Trust

From Gracie Macgregor comes a new series about a family of lawyers, the secrets they fight to keep, and the love against which they have no defence…

A Case for Trust CoverHead of the wealthy Mason dynasty Matt Mason is furious when his brother Justin cancels his wedding.  Matt is convinced the marriage celebrant, Philippa Lloyd, broke up the couple to claim Justin for herself, but if the interfering celebrant expects Matt to stand idly by while she wrecks all of his plans and his brother’s future happiness, she’s about to learn what happens when you tangle with the Masons.

What is Matt Mason’s problem? Everywhere Philippa turns, Justin’s brooding, glowering big brother is there, making absurd accusations and delivering ridiculous threats – when he’s not kissing her senseless. If not for the secret she’s keeping for Justin, she’d avoid him and his toe-curling kisses like the plague. But Philippa doesn’t realise how serious Matt is, and how far he is wiling to go. By the time the dust is settled, Philippa will not only be fighting for her livelihood, but also fighting for her heart.

Admitting he is wrong is one thing that Matt will never do, but when the truth about Philippa, Justin, and the wedding comes out, Matt will have to risk everything he holds sacred: pride, family, and professional reputation to repair the damage and claim the woman he loves.

Praise for A Case for Trust

5.0 out of 5 stars!   Very engaging read

‘I don’t often read romance but ‘A Case for Trust’ picked me up by the scruff of my neck and kept me reading right through to the end (and made dinner late!). I loved the female characters – strong, independent and interesting women whom you’d love to have around for afternoon tea. I can’t wait for Eleanor’s story!’

5.0 out of 5 stars!   Sizzle and soul – a great read!

‘I loved this book.Yes it is a romance novel and has the heat and sizzle of one but it is also much more. The characters are more three dimensional than you might necessarily expect in a  romance novel and I enjoyed that. These characters make real mistakes, they have histories, flaws and feelings that all seem very real and believable and I liked them all, especially the main character Philippa… There are pieces in here that I want to read again – something I don’t think I can ever say about any other romance novel I have read.’

 5.0 out of 5 stars!  Fab romance with 30 something year old characters!

‘I really enjoyed A Case for Trust. I had Phillipa and Matt in my mind all day today after staying up until midnight last night reading it… waiting until I could get another couple of hours to myself today to finish. It is definitely a page turner, got started quickly, with plenty happening between the main characters and their families. There were some good twists and turns which I didn’t expect. I particularly liked the main characters being in their 30s and the lead male being 40. I often search for romance novels with older characters as so many have 20 year olds which I can’t identify with. I really liked Matt and Phillipa, both being strong and independent people. And there was plenty of sexual attraction and heat oozing between them. I highly recommend this book if you like a bit of storyline and depth to your romance novels, and can’t wait to read the next book about Matt’s brother Justin.’

5.0 out of 5 stars!  Love a good trashy romance

‘Pick this up for those guilty moments when you need to read that just around the corner lies a handsome, considerate and successful potential husband… Thanks Gracie for another lovely romance. Looking forward to the sequel already!’

4.0 out of 5 stars!

‘…the author handled the story superbly. She pulled me into the hurt and betrayal that Pippa was feeling, as well as her pride and strength in moving on from that big a blow from someone that she loved. She did exactly what I would have done and I related to her thoughts and feelings more than any other heroine I’ve ever read. It was crazy and my heart was in my throat the whole time and I absolutely loved it. I haven’t read anything with that feeling for a long time…’

Read an excerpt.

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