Canyons of Night. Jayne Ann Krentz writing as Jayne Castle. Jove, $ mass market (p) ISBN Growing up on Rainshadow, Charlotte Enright knew better than to ever go into the Preserve, until that one fateful night with Slade Attridge — a night neither of. Jayne Ann Krentz, who also writes historical and futuristic fiction under the pseudonyms Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle respectively, has.
|Published (Last):||17 April 2011|
|PDF File Size:||14.6 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||17.15 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
But nobody, rich or poor, wants to take kayne from a jumped-up Milkface. For his part, Slade was a bit more damaged than is typical of a Krentz hero.
Put simply, you need to read this. Canyons of Night by Jayne Castle 1 1 Mar 14, That aside, this one is well worth reading. There really isn’t much suspense but the sparks between Charlotte and Slade are intense. Blending myth and magic from Norse and Inuit folklore, The Wolf in The Whale is a captivating tale of identity and survival featuring an unforgettable narrator who will do anything to protect those she loves, even confront the gods themselves.
Age is Just a Number by Charles Eugster. Even if I couldn’t stand it or couldn’t finish it or bothI just don’t like to say anything bad about it, at least in print. It was new and interesting; now it’s old and stale. Of course it comes into play to save the day at the end as jayn.
That is soooo frustrating! Sep 07, Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: The ending was very tidy and unsurprising, which is perhaps why I liked how this book was more about the couple than the artifacts and Arcane. And then one day, without warning, the Curtain closed, cutting off the colonists from earth.
I hate to say anything negative about a book, I really do.
Canyons of Night
So here’s the gist: As in her other books, the mystery is tidily resolved, but canyone this particular novel I could spot the villain a mile off, which was somewhat disappointing. My only quibble with the story concerns the cover. They badly need a new home, but peaceful coexistence is not a concept they understand.
They created a primitive type society, working to stabilize the population, all next to a green and long empty alien city.
Fifteen years later both have come back canynos the island. I suspect it’s because the paranormal aspects that so annoy me when they appear in her historicals and contemporaries fit in nicely with her futuristic romances.
The answer is obviously nothing. Return to Book Page.
Difficult Women by Roxane Gay. But perhaps the Skaar victory is not a foregone conclusion. I did really like this, but it was only a 4-star for me because it seemed to lack the intensity of many of her other books.
He puts his treasures inside of it, jight paper clips. I liked how well she puts up with that and how she takes true joy in bringing the perfect gifts to the people in her life. Praise for Louisa Morgan: I don’t know who the girl on the cover of this book is supposed to be, because it in no way is the heroine of the book. Krentz is married and lives with her husband, Frank, in Seattle, Washington. Canyons of the night is uber cadtle However, while I very much like the book, I do feel that this is the weakest book in the Looking Glass Trilogy, mainly because it is so short.
Charley Davidson, Grim Reaper extraordinaire, is pissed.
Canyons Of Night
I really dislike the covers, though; all those tight black leather pants. How did she lf die? Born with the soul of a hunter and chosen by the spirit of the Wolf, Omat is destined to follow in her grandfather’s footsteps – invoking the spirits of the land, sea and sky to protect her people. Jump to fifteen years later and Slade is back on the island, as is Charlotte.
Apr 24, Abra rated it liked it Shelves: Yep, I may be just reading this series for the dust-bunnies. The mystery has potential, but is under-developed with little to no new information on Mrs. The romance is low key as is usual in JAK’s stories.
Canyons of Night – Jayne Ann Krentz
She’s missed Cookie and Garrett and Uncle Bob. Parker and the start of a sweeping new epic fantasy series.
Didn’t work for me. Charlotte and Slade had met briefly fifteen years before and had been interested in each other but their jaynr led them in different directions. I also really miss witty banter between the hero and heroine. The trope of meeting your teenage crush later in life works for me. Slade is reluctant to make any sort of commitment to Charlotte, though, because of his very uncertain future. Of the three installments, I liked this one best – Slade and Charlotte’s relationship, while quickly progressing – seemed more realistic.
She has also recently inherited some things from a grateful client. I think it only really bothered me because I found the light-hearted, character-based beginning very charming and for it to jump in tone from niggt romance to middling suspense was a disappointment. On my fourth reading of this book, I have decided that it is just right. But a series of increasingly violent crimes draws them closer together — and into the darkness at the heart of the Preserve