Nobody But You: A Grayson Friends Novel

Nobody But You: A Grayson Friends Novel

by Francis Ray
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Nobody but You (Grayson Friends Series #2) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
pheoliasmith More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! It held my attention from the first page until the last! It's refreshing to see a love story that shows that true love really does conqure all if both people are willing to give up something to gain more. I loved it as well as the insight to NASCAR, which I'm not interested in at all. Great Book!
ThreeD1110 More than 1 year ago
I love how Francis Ray incorporated African American men into things that they wouldn't normally do--at least someone has faith in us. I always feel like the couples she writes about are real and I'm reading about real events in their lives and Ray didn't disappoint in this story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the book it was good from start to ending could not put it down. All about true love and how a man should love a woman. Love it !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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.
julimac More than 1 year ago
If you love romance, this is the perfect book for you. Makes you want to fall in love all over again.
harstan More than 1 year ago
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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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this story as well as all the others in the friends series. The relationship between Paigne and Shane made me smile and wish that they have a happy ever-after future. The book was very hard to put down as I anxiously awaited the outcome. I loved it and look forward to reading about Rio finding his true love. LA-TXN
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