Francis Ray

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What is your latest release and what genre is it? After the Dawn – A Family Affair/Hidden Legacy Novel, Book 3, Literary Fiction.

Quick description: Samantha Collins is stunned when her grandfather turns Collins Industry over to her, causing more than a bit of ill will among the other family members, especially her uncle, Evan. But nothing stuns her more than when she finds out that he has asked Dillon Montgomery to help her run the company. Her grandfather had fired Dillon and ordered him off the company property years ago.

Twelve years ago Samantha made her feelings known to Dillon and the whole thing ended in disaster and they haven’t spoken since. Working together now, even all these years later, is sure to be a disaster. Still, she needs his help if she is going to keep Collins Industry afloat. But will the prodigal son return to the empire – and the woman – who desperately need him? Will he be able to admit how much he desperately needs them?

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Brief biography:
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Francis Ray, was a native Texan and lived in Dallas. Incognito, her sixth title, was the first made-for-TV movie for BET. Her literary fiction series – Taggart and Falcon, the Invincible Women, Grayson Family of New Mexico, and Grayson Friends have consistently made bestseller’s lists, and are enjoyed by readers world-wide. She has written fifty-four books and nineteen short stories.

During the release event for The Turning Point in May 2001, she established The Turning Point Legal Fund to assist women of domestic violence to help restructure their lives. The fund is overseen by The Family Place in Dallas, Texas.

Francis Ray passed away on July 3, 2013. After the Dawn was Ray’s final published book.

Links to buy Francis’s book:
Amazon – paperback and hardcover
Barnes & Noble – eBook and paperback
iTunes – eBook
Books-A-Million – paperback
Audio
Powell’s Books – paperback
Kobo (US only) – eBook

Francis’s promo links:
Website
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