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You and No Other (Grayson Novel) [Mass Market Paperback]

Francis Ray
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2 Jan 2007 Grayson Novel (Book 2)
The protege of a world renowned artist, sculptress Phoenix Banister dreams of one day taking the art world by storm. Few people know that Phoenix has a secret that could ruin her career before it even starts. To protect that secret, Phoenix lives a very quite life - and that means no scandal and no romance. But her well ordered world is turned upside down when she meets Morgan Grayson, a powerfully handsome attorney. Morgan isn't the kind of man a woman can ignore - no matter how hard she tries. An avid art collector, Morgan deeply appreciates beauty - especially when it comes in the form of a woman like Phoenix. With her elegant smile and soft toffee-coloured skin, Phoenix takes Morgan's breath away the moment he sees her. But he senses that the woman he is falling in love with has something to hide - something not even his soft kisses and tender embrace can reveal. When Morgan finally discovers the truth about her past, will be still think Phoenix is the woman of his dreams?
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  • Mass Market Paperback: 351 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press; Reissue edition (2 Jan 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312949022
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312949020
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10.4 x 2.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,195,088 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Francis Ray is a native Texan and lived in Dallas. INCOGNITO, her sixth title, was the first made-for-TV movie for BET. Her literary fiction series-Taggart and Falcon, the Invincible Women, Grayson Family of New Mexico, and Grayson Friends have consistently made bestseller's lists, and are enjoyed by readers world-wide. She has written fifty-four books. Awards include Romantic Times Career Achievement, EMMA, The Golden Pen, Atlantic Choice, Borders 2008 Romance Award for bestselling Multicultural Romance for NOBODY BUT YOU. IF YOU WERE MY MAN was selected as Written 2010 Book of the Year, African American Literary Award 2013 for Best Romance, Best in Romance Building Relationships Around Books 2013 Woman Literature- WHEN MORNING COMES, the FRANCIS RAY LIFETIME LITERARY AWARD named in her honor from BRAB, Multicultural Romance: REVIEWERS' CHOICE BEST BOOK AWARDS from RT Book Reviews for ALL THAT I DESIRE and The Romance Slam Jam, LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD renamed in honor of Francis Ray.

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"Francis Ray is a literary chanteuse."-Romantic Times"Francis Ray creates characters and stories that we all love to read about." --Eric Jerome Dickey, author of Thieves' Paradise"Ray has written another great romance novel." --Booklist on Someone to Love Me"An exceptional author. Well written, well developed characters, and a very satisfying ending. A stunning romance! " -The Literary Times on Heart of the Falcoln --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.

About the Author

Francis Ray is the "New York Times" bestselling author of the Grayson novels, the Falcon books, the Taggart Brothers, and "Twice the Tempation," among many other romances. Her novel "Incognito "was made into a movie aired on BET. A native Texan, she is a graduate of Texas Woman's University and has a degree in nursing. Besides a writer, she is a school nurse practitioner with the Dallas Independent School District. She lives in Dallas. --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Morgan is my favourite of the Grayson brothers 31 Aug 2013
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I loved the way that Morgan defended Pheonix and fought for her to see the true person that she was - strong and fierce. He never gave up on her and wanted it all with her. A must read.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The art of love 9 April 2005
By The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers - Published on
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Those familiar with the family sagas in Francis Ray's Taggart, Falcon,

Grayson series will welcome the return of another piece of this legacy.

YOU AND NO OTHER unites readers with avid art collector and practicing

attorney, Morgan Grayson.

Since the marriage of her oldest son, Ruth Grayson has made a crusade

of getting her second oldest to the altar. Morgan stays on the defensive

as he keeps one step ahead of her overzealous attempts. For the moment,

he has outfoxed Ruth and can now devote his attention to his practice

and his duties as the chairperson of Santa Fe's art committee. Morgan

has brought a renowned sculptor to the city's annual art show and he

must finalize some legal loose ends. Alas, all of Morgan's fancy

footwork to outsmart his Mom seems for naught when he collides with

Phoenix Banister, the young protégée who is on tour with the sculptor.

Morgan is astounded; Phoenix takes his breath away. She makes him wonder

if he is ready for a serious relationship and leary that his interest

will add fuel to fan his mother's 'marriage' fire.

After being under the apprenticeship of the famous sculptor for the last

seven years, Phoenix believes her time has come, but only for her art;

she is afraid of a relationship. But her fears do not diminish the fact

that Morgan Grayson is not the kind of man a woman can easily ignore. A

timid and skeptical Phoenix wonders if he will still be interested once

he learns of her past and the secret she harbors that could destroy her

career. Also weighing on her mind is whether this is a good time to

focus attention on something other than her dream?

Ms. Ray has again created an intriguing story which captures and warms the

heart. Readers can expect a little suspense, a little family meddling and

a lot of love. An added treat to this story is a visit with some of our

favorite characters from the series. Ms. Ray continues to share her

inimitable style of storytelling and her love of writing. I would be

remiss however if I did not warn that this book will warm more than the


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Little Disappointed 17 Mar 2005
By T. Bennett - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I love Francis Ray and had been waiting on this story, but it didn't match up with her other great novels. The story was written differently. The tone just wasn't right. I'll buy the next one, but this one lacked something.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not like her others... 15 Mar 2005
By HUChickybaby - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I was quite disappointed with this book. I am a longtime fan of Ms. Ray and rushed to the store to get this one. This time, Ms. Ray's Grayson family seemed a bit on the immature side. With the meetings of the single siblings and the extreme measures taken to avoid the matriarch of the family, Mrs. Grayson, this book did not have much time to develop the main characters and their romantic involvement. Also frustrating me was the mystery of Phoenix's past and how she dreaded Morgan's discovery - but yet, she blurted it out to him in all of 5 seconds. So what was the purpose? I haven't even finished the book. I was too frustrated with Ms. Ray's writing style in this book. I'll wait to read the reviews on Ms. Ray's next one before purchasing.
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Extremely Disappointed :-(( 10 May 2005
By Charlene - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I am a huge fan of Francis Ray's books and I love the Taggart/Falcon/Grayson series, so I was really looking forward to this book. What a letdown. The first chapter had great promise, but it all went downhill from there.

The writing was poor - stilted, unnatural conversations and lots of repetitions. There was no chemistry between Morgan and Phoenix. The constant protests of the siblings against marriage and Morgan falling in love got old very quickly. It was annoying, unreasonable and silly.

It was great to catch up with Luke and Daniel, but they didn't even sound like the men we've come to know and love. Every word out of Luke's mouth was about the wonders of love. Sure, they love their wives, but when did they become simpering idiots??

I will still read Ms Ray's books because I think that she is a very talented writer and storyteller (read The Turning Point), but this book was a huge disappointment.
13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not What I Was Holding My Breath For 4 April 2005
By A Romance Reading Sister - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I love Francis Ray's book. I too like many other readers go back and read over her other books to get ready for my new one. I did not care much for this one, and I've been waiting since last year. Ms. Ray kept repeating stuff over and over, which got on my nerves. But my love of the Falcon/Taggart/Grayson clan keeps me coming back for more. I am still looking forward to her next installment. Until then I'll begin reading the installments of the Westmorland siblings by Brenda Jackson.

P.S. A message to my sister's. I know that reading romance novels is all about the hype because I am a sister who loves romance. But what I would like to see more of in our favorite writers such as Ms. Ray and Ms. Jackson are realistics features of their characters. Seems that every other female is mixed with hair down her back, and every man is tall and muscular. Give the notion thats what beauty is all about. We are people of many mixtures, colors, hair length, or eyes gray. Most of our men over thirty five don't have rippling muscles and how many women are still pure at almost 30 years old. Everyone does not have the ideal job and is a high powered executive. Ok, I'm playing devils advocate, but I would like to read some romantic stories with people who are like the average Joe and Jane Blow and actually look like Ms. Ray and Ms. Jackson themselves. Black love is beautiful even with out all the glamour.
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