Gracie Kennedy first came across “Billy the Bully” Becker in the woods, when she was seven. He had frightened her terribly that day but ended up taking her home. As a little girl, lost in the woods, that was what made her believe in him.
Coming home after years of being away at art school, she is determined to make a success of her life, despite the fact that Strasburg is still a small town. Small, it might be – to Gracie, it is home.
Now called “William,” Billy is a deputy in the sheriff’s department who is given some of the most challenging cases to solve. He is grown, well-respected, and looked up to – by everyone but Gracie, that is. Yes, he has grown up; but he’s not at all sure that Gracie has. She has come back full of disrespect and quite unladylike language, something he is not at all inclined to put up with. And Gracie is about to find that out.
Publisher’s Note: The Return of Lucy Grace contains the stern discipline of a rebellious young lady. If such themes are not to your liking, please refrain from purchasing this audiobook.