A Seductive Kiss

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Macmillan, Jan 31, 2012 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Bestselling author Francis Ray celebrates the lifelong bonds between the Grayson family and their friends—with a heartwarming love story years in the making...


Dianna Harrington is known throughout the world as "The Face"—the stunningly beautiful spokesmodel for her family's fashion empire. She could probably have her pick of any man she wants. But Dianna would rather kick back and relax with a good friend— namely Alex Stewart, who she's known, and harbored a crush on, her whole life...


Ever since they were kids, Alex has been Dianna's protector and pal, a shoulder to cry on. But as the brother of her best friend, Alex always seemed untouchable. Now a handsome, successful New York lawyer, Alex never realized how lonely Dianna's life has been—or how innocent she is in the ways of love. Alex wants more than anything to reach out to her, to heal her heart. But is his desire worth the risk? After a lifetime of longing building up between them, something's gotta give. Maybe all it takes is just one kiss...

"The new Grayson Friends series is...told with such grace and affection...a treat to read." Romantic Times BOOKreviews

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I’m Coming Out Supermodel Dianne Herrington appears to have it all. As the face of her own fashion line within her family’s mega fashion house, she is recognized worldwide and has the world readily ... Read full review

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Seductive Kiss by Francis Ray Dianne is a top model with her familys agency who have offices all over the world. She is in NY for a week, after a shoot to meet with the new CEO and she starts up a ... Read full review

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New York Times bestselling author FRANCIS RAY is a native Texan. She is a graduate of Texas Woman's University and has a degree in nursing. Currently she has over forty books in print.

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