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Publication Order of The Azar Trilogy Books

Smoke and Smolder (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Burn And Blaze (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Rage And Ruin (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Black Mountain Mates Books

Publication Order of Damnation MC Books

Publication Order of Dark River Days Books

Newly Undead In Dark River (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Happily Undead In Dark River (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Pleasantly Undead In Dark River (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Seductively Undead in Dark River (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Eden Academy Books

Heart of the Hounded (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Lost and the Hunted (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Rebels and Runaways (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Sweethearts and Savages (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Inside The Maelstrom Books

Inside the Maelstrom: Part One (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Inside The Maelstrom: Part Two (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Omega Lottery Books

Last Chance Omega (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Tryst In The Dark (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Penalty Box Players Books

Sticks and Stone (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Break My Bones (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of The Redeemable Books

Publication Order of Shadow Bred Books

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Bright Lights From A Hurricane (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Last Note (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Eight Seconds to Fly (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Pay-Per-Heart (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Daymakers (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

The Castle of Carnal Desires (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Don't Flirt With Demons (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

About Grace McGinty

Australian paranormal romance author Grace McGinty is a true master of her craft. She has a remarkable ability to craft unforgettable characters, with many of them being Alpha protagonists in her sexy paranormals. This makes her stories entertaining reads and has earned her a loyal fan base.

Her stories have a certain magic to them, with engaging narratives that draw readers in. It’s easy to see why her particular brand of romance has become so popular. Her gift for creating compelling stories is unrivaled. Many readers are drawn to her books for their unique blend of action, suspense, and romance.

She has a passion for the paranormal and enjoys blending it with romance. She has been writing for many years and has become an expert in the genre. Her fans are dedicated and have been eagerly awaiting her latest release. She has said that it was her love of urban fantasy that inspired her to start writing, and it’s clear that she has a natural talent for creating a captivating story.

McGinty is a master of creating characters that readers can’t help but be drawn to. Her protagonists are complex and multifaceted, making them believable and relatable. She understands the importance of giving her characters depth and dimension, making them come alive on the page.

Her stories are written with such skill and finesse that readers can’t help but be swept away. She has a knack for combining emotion, suspense, and action, making her stories truly unique. Her gift for evoking emotion and creating a sense of intimacy is unparalleled.

Grace McGinty is a true visionary when it comes to creating compelling stories. She has a unique way of combining her characters and stories in a way that is both fresh and captivating. Each of her stories is distinct and original, and her fans can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.

Early and Personal Life

Grace McGinty, Australian paranormal romance author, has had a passion for writing since childhood. Growing up, her grandmother, along with her friends, would often swap and read Harlequin Mills and Boons novels, and one day she was caught reading one. Instead of being scolded, the group began to sneak her boxes full of hardened heroines and tough men, which sparked a lifelong love for romance.

In her early twenties, Grace McGinty began writing her own stories, drawing inspiration from her own life experiences and the people she had encountered throughout her life. Her unique style of writing quickly found a large audience, and she was able to take her craft to the next level. After publishing several books, she found her true passion in paranormal romance and has been devoted to the genre ever since.

Grace McGinty has gone on to become a successful author, with her works being read by people all over the world. She has earned a reputation for creating strong characters with captivating plots and believable worlds, and her work continues to bring joy to readers. Grace credits her grandmother and the friends she grew up with for introducing her to the world of romance and inspiring her to pursue her dreams of becoming an author.

Writing Career

Grace McGinty has been a prolific writer since 2018. She has written numerous series, novels, novellas and collections. Her series include Hells Redemption, Dark River Days, Azar Trilogy, Black Mountain Mates, Damnation MC, Eden Academy, Misadventures of Ukobach and Elsie, Shadow Bred and Omega Lottery. Her novels include Bright Lights From a Hurricane, The Last Note, Eight Seconds To Fly, Inside the Maelstrom, Sticks and Stone and Pay-Per-Heart. She has also contributed to collections such as Inside The Maelstrom: The Complete Duet and Knot Over You. Her first novella, The Castle of Carnal Desires, was published in 2018.

McGinty continues to write, with new series and collections in the works. Her writing style is best described as thrilling and suspenseful, with plots that always keep readers engaged. She has been praised for her unique world-building, intriguing characters and captivating storytelling. As her career progresses, McGinty is sure to continue captivating readers with her work.

Rage and Ruin

‘Rage and Ruin,’ written by Grace McGinty, was published on June 14, 2019 and released by an independent publisher. It is the third and final book in The Azar Trilogy, and serves as the conclusion to the epic story. Fans of the series were delighted to finally discover the fate of the characters in the thrilling conclusion.

Azar Nazemi had been content in her role as the black sheep of Djinn society. But the supernatural world was in chaos, the Djinn Council were dead, and the Adel forces were scattered and leaderless. The Fae were amassing an army, threatening to decimate the Djinn people.

When a divine prophecy put her in the path of the guardianship of the next King of the Seelie Fae, Azar realized she could no longer hide and had to stand and fight for what she had grown to love and the promise of a life she had only dreamed of. If she could succeed, she might make a new world in the process.

The Redeemable Part Four

‘The Redeemable Part Four’ was published on April 20, 2018, and was independently published. This conclusion to the series was highly anticipated by fans of the paranormal romance genre. It was the fourth book in the ‘Redeemable’ series, and marked the end before moving on to the ‘Unrepentant’ arc which would be set in the same world. While they would all be part of ‘The Redeemable’ series, ‘The Unrepentant’ would follow this novel later the same year, featuring characters from the original books in a brand new ongoing story.

Ace had been returned to her with all her powers intact, including a bonus soul. She was reunited with her beloved Lucifer, but the joyous reunion was short-lived. Ace was determined to find a way to restore her friend Arcadia to her previous state, and set out on a journey throughout both Heaven and Hell to achieve this. She was determined to succeed, no matter the cost, in order to reunite her friend with her Seven Sins and her newborn babies.

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