Book Review

by Francis Ray

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural
Sensuality: MILD

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Fans of the Graysons will be thrilled to get yet another peek at the family's latest endeavors in Ray's newest installment. The attraction between Pierce and Sabre, though mild, gradually heats up. This, topped with a hint of intrigue and Sabre's private nature, make for a pleasurable story. Minor details, however, appear inconsistent throughout and detract from the overall picture, making it difficult to visualize the picture the author's trying to paint. But a well-developed story and continuous plot movement balance out this flaw.

Knowing his mother's proclivity for matchmaking, Pierce Grayson isn't surprised when he's commandeered to pick up actress–director Sabre Raineau, in town to help out with his mother's latest play. Expecting a bona fide prima donna, he's bowled over by her gracious demeanor and irresistible smile.

Sabre has a plan, and it doesn't include falling for Pierce's boyish charm. But he may be the one person who can help her settle a private matter concerning her father. She just wonders if she can pull it off without
losing her heart. (St. Martin's, Mar.,
352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: T.L. Burton

Publisher: St. Martin's

Published: March 2007

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