www.JRWard.comFrom #1 New York Times bestselling author J.R. WARD Writing as Jessica Bird THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN ALIVE Ruthless might as well be Gray Bennett's middle name. When the renowned Washington, D.C., insider talks, powerful people listen. But Gray hasn't come home to Saranac Lake to play... show more
www.JRWard.comFrom #1 New York Times bestselling author J.R. WARD Writing as Jessica Bird THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN ALIVE Ruthless might as well be Gray Bennett's middle name. When the renowned Washington, D.C., insider talks, powerful people listen. But Gray hasn't come home to Saranac Lake to play politics. Or play at all. A tragedy has shaken the unshakable Gray Bennett to his hardened core. And so has the most unlikely of women. The mousy redhead who used to run around the Moorehouse B and B-the one he never noticed-is now all fiery hair and lush curves. But sweet Joy Moorehouse is too innocent for a cynic like him. So Gray won't let himself lay a hand on her...until the night he can no longer resist the woman she has become. That's when he discovers a secret that leaves him gasping for breath-and wanting more.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 29th 2012
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 264
Edition language: English
, Category Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Mills And Boon
Series: The Moorehouse Legacy (#2)
This makes me wish I read this series in order. Would have helped before going into both Alex and Spike's books since I read them out of order. The set ups and first meetings makes it all the more worthwhile and the payoff would have resonated more for me probably. Really loved seeing the slow build...
Grey and JoyI can't believe this book was written by JR Ward. It just wasn't that good. Joy was so freaking annoying. The narrator was rough also.
1/5; 1 star; DNFThe main male character, Gray, is such a self absorbed, intolerant, judgmental moody jerk, I couldn't stand it. I've read better books by Jessica Bird/J.R. Ward.I'm not having much luck with the audiobooks lately. I should have looked at my GR friends reviews before starting thi...
A JR Ward romance published under Jessica Bird. I picked this up mainly for the author rather than the story. It is a typical Silhouette type romance but Ward's stellar writing and plot construction are there. I enjoyed it.