Guest Post: Grace Augustine

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is the first story in the Acorn Hills series. 

In the series opener we meet Jake Evans, owner of a Fortune 500 consulting company and follow the ups and downs of every day life in the fictitious Pacific Northwest town of Acorn Hills. 

Jake Evans, CEO and savvy businessman, had it all…a great job, money to burn and the perfect girlfriend, but his wandering eye seemed to always get him in trouble. 

All of the Acorn Hills series characters are introduced in this first book, giving the reader  a glimpse into the lives of this very close knit circle of friends. 

Through joys and tragedies they’ve weathered the years together, proving that real friendships truly CAN last a lifetime.

Author Bio:

Internationally known author, Grace Augustine, was born in Shelby, Montana and grew up in Cut Bank, Montana (dubbed as The Coldest Spot in the Nation). Her work career has varied… title and abstracting, administrative assistant church work, designing kitchens, planning alumni functions at a chiropractic college,  co-owning a small town weekly newspaper, and her current profession as a floral designer.  Grace was diagnosed in 2003 with multiple sclerosis. While the disease has slowed her down, she continues to find new normals in all she does.  She loves to hear from her readers and can be emailed at

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The Acorn Hills series


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Sultry Sensations

Holiday Hide & Seek

Richard’s Relics

Holiday Promises

Special Occasions (final book out this year)


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