You and No Other
By Francis Ray
(St. Martin's Paperbacks, Mass Market Paperback, 9780312986780, 352pp.)
Publication Date: February 24, 2005
Other Editions of This Title: Mass Market Paperback
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The protégé 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 quiet 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-colored 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 he still think Phoenix is the woman of his dreams?
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.
"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