Serena Grey


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Serena Grey is a Bestselling contemporary romance author. She is in love with love, and is a proud and unrepentant incurable romantic who swoons over sexy billionaires and delicious book-boyfriends. She loves music and movies, and believes that books are sacred. When she's not writing, she can usually be found reading on her Kindle.

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Awakening Serena Grey

His voice is hoarse. “I am going to make love to you now,” he says. “So if you want me to stop, tell me.” I shake my head frantically. If he stops at this point, I’ll probably die. A GRIPPING ROMANCE FROM BESTSELLING AUTHOR SERENA GREY. Sophie Bennett has virtually no experience with men. Orphaned from birth, she’s lived a very sheltered life with her reclusive aunt. So nothing prepares her for David Preston. The intensely attractive businessman is entirely out of her league. Can she handle such a dangerous man, or is she in over her head?

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The Hooker Serena Grey

One night. One girl. She’s a hooker. She's also the girl I can't forget. Who is Rachel Foster, and what do I have to do to get her back in my bed... and keep her there. This is a short romance novella in the Swanson Court Series, and it retells the first few chapters of Drawn To You from Landon's perspective.

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Drawn to You Serena Grey

On the night she discovers her ex’s engagement, Rachel meets Landon, the most attractive man she has ever seen. He mistakes her for a hooker. However, he’s so sexy. And it’s just one night… What harm can there be in giving in to the desire to lose herself in his touch?  Landon prefers his women beautiful and sophisticated with no desire for commitment, so when his brother ignores his protests and sends him a hooker on his birthday, he’s surprised at how willing he is to continue paying for her services. It should be easy, except she’s no hooker, and she has no intention of letting him into her life. However, as the billionaire owner of the Swanson Court Hotels, Landon is used to getting what he wants, and Rachel is not going to be an exception.

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