Book: Dangerous Relations - Griffin's Law by Mary Anne Grahamcategories: Book, Student, Breaking the Rules, Professor, Troubled Hero, Romantic Suspense, Contemporary Romance, Cherokee Indians, Grey's Anatomy, Indian Rituals, Sensual, McDreamy, Law School
Mary Anne Grahamabout this book: Dangerous Relations: Griffin's Law is part of my series focusing on a very interesting intersection - the one where love and the law meet. This one involves Shea Ramsey, a law student recovering from a bad relationship, family issues and traumatic events in her job as a social worker. She decided to go back to school, get a law degree and focus on her studies so she could help some of the women who fell through the cracks of the system. At the orientation party she runs into a McDreamy man. He challenges her vow to avoid the male of the species before she's even started her first class. The kiss they share isn't one she'll forget easily.
The next day, at her first class, Shea's first professor turns out to be none other than her McDreamy man. He's Grey Griffin, a guy with an ever-changing list of phone numbers on his blackberry. All he'll promise a woman is a great time, great sex and that she won't be the only one he's sharing them with. He has one rule that a pack of new ladies challenges each year: He'll never get involved with a student.
Vows are only interesting when they're challenged and rules only matter when they're broken, right?
This book is my tribute to the television show - "Grey's Anatomy." Other than my borrowing the "McDreamy" adjective, the book features none of the characters or settings from the show. It's a tribute in spirit - I hope the book takes the readers to the same emotional place they visit when they watch the show.
Based on some of the Amazon reviews, I find it important to point out that this book was published before the "Fifty Shades of Grey" series. A reader felt I was trying to rip-off Fifty Shades. By goodness, my main character's name is Grey and he has a boatload of issues and besides, the book has a fair amount of sex in it. (*Sigh*)
As noted, my book was published before "Fifty Shades" and my hero has his issues, but they're not remotely like Christian Grey's issues! I love "Fifty Shades" too, but this book, the "Grey's Anatomy" series, the word grey, sex and troubled heroes all existed for many years before E.L. James published her rocking book.
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