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Nobody but You (Grayson Friends Series #2)

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

fans of the Grayson Friends saga will relish Francis Ray¿s NASCAR second chance at love romance

Caitlin Lawrence and Cameron McBride fell in love. They became engaged, but Caitlin failed to show up at the altar. The jilting destroyed Cameron¿s soul. He even found his vocation as a NASCAR racer no longer satisfying and vows ¿no¿ to love.

Five years late...
Caitlin Lawrence and Cameron McBride fell in love. They became engaged, but Caitlin failed to show up at the altar. The jilting destroyed Cameron¿s soul. He even found his vocation as a NASCAR racer no longer satisfying and vows ¿no¿ to love.

Five years later, though not passionate about car racing like he was before the jilt, Cameron is back as one of NASCAR¿s best drivers. He has adhered to his personal pledge of no relationships as nothing will ever take him off his game again. That is until he is hurt racing and is at Mercy Hospital for treatment when he meets Caitlin; who is there because her four and a half years old son Joshua injured his shoulder. The child Cameron never knew he sired until now. The precocious boy has his stamp on his visage.

Although the device of hiding a baby from the father has been overdone, fans of the Grayson Friends saga will relish Francis Ray¿s NASCAR second chance at love romance. The story line is as fast as Cameron drives on the track while focusing on the lead couple reconciling (abetted by Joshua) rather than accusing. Readers will enjoy the second lap.

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posted by harstan on February 10, 2009

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Cute

I read alot of romance novels so this was a nice change. Ms. Ray takes her readers into the NASCAR industry which was interesting. I enjoyed Cameron and Caitlin story but found the author's writing was repetitious. i.e. Catlin's fears and the McBride family curse. Camer...
I read alot of romance novels so this was a nice change. Ms. Ray takes her readers into the NASCAR industry which was interesting. I enjoyed Cameron and Caitlin story but found the author's writing was repetitious. i.e. Catlin's fears and the McBride family curse. Cameron was a good man to put up with Caitlin and her fears. The ending is quite touching.

posted by foxyTF on September 16, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2009

    Cute

    I read alot of romance novels so this was a nice change. Ms. Ray takes her readers into the NASCAR industry which was interesting. I enjoyed Cameron and Caitlin story but found the author's writing was repetitious. i.e. Catlin's fears and the McBride family curse. Cameron was a good man to put up with Caitlin and her fears. The ending is quite touching.

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  • Posted May 2, 2009

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    The Thrill of Love, Which Leads to a Heart Break (3.5)

    Francis Ray brings us the thrill seeker himself story Cameron McBride. While this story stands on its own away from most of the other pieces that, belong with the family series it fits right in as well.

    Cameron McBride never thought he would find the one woman who made him fall in love just as quick as she did but all of that came tumbling down when she left him at the altar. That season for Cameron was well let us just say the ugliest thing ever. Cameron never thought he would recover until he discovers a major secret that his ex-fiancée has been hiding from him that blows his minds.

    Catlin Lawrence loved Cameron with all of heart but she couldn't see losing another important person in her life to the thousand pound car that races around on the track after one great lost she decided it was more than enough. However when she walked away she hadn't realize how much precious cargo she was travelling with and with the decision of a lifetime she finds herself rethinking her decision of four years when Cameron shows up to reclaim what's partially his.

    Cameron & Catlin bumps heads on so many levels due to Catlin's fear but when the fear shows up in the most precocious thing in their lives they find their selves at lost for how to fix the biggest problem in their lives.

    Francis Ray writes a heartfelt story that went beyond the romance but also pointed out some very good information for parents with kids and how to deal with traumatic situations.

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