Morgan Grayson's mother successfully matched up his older brother with a wife. Now she turns her attention to her lawyer son. He makes it clear he has no desire to marry, even after meeting Phoenix Bannister. Phoenix is an artist and protégé of Andre Duval, a renowned sculptor and a powerful man in the art world.

Though Phoenix owes Andre her life, she finds herself drawn to Morgan and unwilling to let Andre keep them apart. But her turbulent past may be the final obstacle that keeps them apart, especially since his political aspirations mean he can't afford any scandal in his personal life.

The warmth and sincerity of the Graysons bring another book to life. The banter and love shared by these siblings and their mother are uplifting.

The way Morgan and Phoenix's relationship builds is delightfully realistic, and Morgan is the personification of a romantic hero. You and No Other is an excellent sequel to Until There Was You. (Mar., 352 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley