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Griffin's Law

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Seriously - what's gonna go down when "Grey's Anatomy" meets "The Paper Chase" somewhere over the top?

Grey Griffin is a law school professor. He's also a player with as many secrets as ladies' phone numbers in his Blackberry. He'll only make two promises to a woman - abundant pleasure and that she'll never be the only one he shares it with. Grey's also not a big believer in rules, except one - he'll never get involved with a student. It's become known as Griffin's Law. And as ...

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Overview

Seriously - what's gonna go down when "Grey's Anatomy" meets "The Paper Chase" somewhere over the top?

Grey Griffin is a law school professor. He's also a player with as many secrets as ladies' phone numbers in his Blackberry. He'll only make two promises to a woman - abundant pleasure and that she'll never be the only one he shares it with. Grey's also not a big believer in rules, except one - he'll never get involved with a student. It's become known as Griffin's Law. And as sure as God made little green toad frogs, each year there's a fresh group of lovely contenders aiming to make him break his rule. But it'll never happen.

First year law student Shea Ramsey is a little older than her classmates. She's making a new start in life by changing careers. She's just broken up with a family-approved louse but she's not making a new start in love. She's sworn off men and sex, despite the gorgeous guy she met at orientation. But Mr. McDreamy got way too fresh. He deserved every second of misery she delivered via her knee connecting with his groin! How was she to know she'd see him again - the next day - behind the podium at her first law school class?

Griffin's Law doesn't bother Shea, because she won't get involved with anyone, least of all one of her professors. Since Grey won't touch a student there shouldn't be a problem despite the pesky chemistry born of a night when neither of them knew the other was a "never."

So, what happens when never comes?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781451524994
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/6/2010
  • Pages: 282
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Meet the Author

Mary Anne Graham lives in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where she practices law. She would love to start earning an honest living as a writer. She does appellate work and does get paid to write but her audience is limited to lawyers and Judges. She is married to her adorable husband, John (who does the graphic art design of her book covers), and has two (2) sometimes adorable and always challenging sons, Zack and Sam.

She writes Romance, both contemporaries and historicals. The contemporaries usually center around the intersection of love and law. The historicals run the gamut between continents and eras. The heroes of Mary Anne's books tend to be strong men who value lust more than love until stronger and smarter women teach them love's lessons.

Mary Anne's husband and two son tolerate her eccentricities - mostly.

She believes in second chances and new beginnings.

Please visit Mary Anne's blog to take a look at her other available books or to find her contact information. She would love to hear from you about your thoughts or opinions of this book. You can find Mary Anne Graham's blog at: http: //www.quackingalone.com

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