I have always found her profession to be interesting and immediately liked Winter. They both have interesting talents -- him: lucid dreaming, her: hypnotism. The constant answers with probability both amused and charmed me. But as long as Quinton Zane is alive, Jack will not be at peace for long. It was followed by an unnatural silence. It is such a fun read!!! That can work, but here it felt like they were already a couple before the book began in all the emotional ways that count.
There should be pretium virtutis price of power to counter balance the gift. Someone is trying to kill anyone who knew Zane once upon a time. And now one of her artists has taken her own life, but not before sending Virginia a last picture: a painting that makes Virginia doubt everything about the so-called suicide—and her own past. Jack and Winter are more cerebral characters which gives them and their romance a slightly different dynamic. This was an easy-read and engaging romantic suspense trilogy that I don't hesitate to recommend.
Jayne Ann Krentz is a comfort read for me, I remember reading her ages ago. Quinton Zane was definitely one of those characters I loved to hate - cold, calculating and totally ruthless. So this story contains a lot of nods to other places and scenarios that this author has created. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. But, Winter is in danger, too. More to the point, I found I had to force myself through the book, which I've never had to do for a Krentz book before. At first skeptical, they begin to believe they might actually bring Zane down if they stay under the radar and let him weave a web meant to catch them.
Neither the hero and the heroine struck me as particu 3. In summary, I enjoyed it and rooted on Jack and Winter. When Virginia hires Cabot to find out the details surrounding the death, she gets much more than she ever bargained for, including a chance at a once in a lifetime kind of love. You will be contacted when the requested item is available. I've been reading Krentz books since the 1980s and some books I really, really love and some are just so-so. My Review: When I reviewed , the first book last year, it read like a stand alone, so I assumed it was.
A meditation therapist with a fabulous name! After her graduation, she married with Frank Krentz, an engineer. She did the lucid dreaming before but this one was too simple and too easy. With regards to reusing characters. I don't read suspense, so I don't know if I find all suspense predictable or just Krentz's. After particularly grisly cases, Winter can lead Jack back to peace. I read it and enjoyed it to a certain extent, but it didn't quite grab me like the book before it.
Jayne Ann Krentz has penned over fifty New York Times bestsellers, and her most recent book, , is already poised to become her next big success. The action scenes occur in short bursts. The second half of the book was definitely better than the first half. Their romance is as significant to the story as is the suspense, which is the perfect balance for me, and I loved seeing them work together as well as love together. This romantic suspense is recommended to all readers. Thanks to Berkley for the complimentary copy.
Lucan Tazewell is the new identity that the con man has assumed. As they struggle to unravel the clues in the painting, it becomes clear that someone thinks Virginia knows more than she does and that she must be stopped. He treats Virginia as his equal. Before she began writing full time she worked as a librarian in both academic and corporate libraries. At least for readers like me w This was the final book in a trilogy, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Having solidified his position as the power behind the throne of his biological family's hedge fund, Zane sets out to get rid of Anson Salinas's foster sons, starting with Jack.
Tyler was distracted by the light. Startled, Tyler halted and instinctively averted his gaze from the narrow beam of light. Her novels also contain mystery or paranormal elements. The depression hell hole of many foster situations is alarming. After particularly grisly cases, Winter can lead Jack back to peace. It was repetitious and silly for both of them - I don't think adults connect in that manner.
This ended up being a good read, but nothing particularly memorable. The third foster brother, Jack Lancaster is up front and center with his story. I wanted something more between the main characters who seemed to have no obstacles in their relationship beyond external. It also makes him Quinton Zane biggest treat. Untouchable was entertaining from page one, the kind of book you could easily knock out in an afternoon. I wanted to like this story more than I actually did.