Ray does not disappoint as she continues her Grayson family series with youngest child, and only daughter, Sierra. The chemistry between Sierra and Blade is intense, and you'll be most anxious to see how Sierra succeeds in business and love. Ray also introduces some secondary characters, who are begging for their own turn at love. We can only hope that the series will continue. It's a joy to read this always fresh and exciting saga.
Ruth has been so successful in her matchmaking efforts with her sons, it's hard to believe she doesn't have anything to do with these developments in her daughter's life, but that seems like the case. Or is it? (ST. MARTIN'S, Oct., 352 pp., $6.99)