The mystery surrounding an unsavory cult leader enlivens Krentz’s (Silver Linings) latest contemporary romance. When psychic Irene Valentine is temporarily. Sweet Fortune by Jayne Ann Krentz – book cover, description, publication history. Sweet Fortune By Jayne Ann Krentz – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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There are guns and knives and something for everyone. Smart, goofy heroine; smart, cranky hero; family hijinks.
I loved the way he pursued Jessie. But it also has a Hero who’s a bit of a stalker, and one of those guys your friends would tell you to be careful with. Decent forfune read, 2. Jessie is a pushover, and I don’t like that as well. It is not one of her best, but I liked the quirky nature of Jessie. This is the way it’s going to be. The author of over fifty consecutive New York Times bestsellers, Jayne Ann Krentz writes romantic-suspense in three different worlds: One of my comfort reads, from JAK’s very enjoyable “Seattle in the ’90s” period.
Krentz’s older heroines are often family makers in that they take the people around them and create a family. Of course sweeg followed, along with some suspense and mystery. The Illustrated Collection Books by J.
About Jayne Ann Krentz. I like more of her sci-fi work with a more involved story line.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. After all, she’s flaky, uninterested in business, and has nothing in common with him.
Awesome I am a friend of Debbie. Most of the book is terribly boring to boot. Krentz is married and lives with her husband, Frank, in Seattle, Washington.
Sam Hatchard is a bit annoying as the hero initially. True, he was a bit macho and demanding, but it jayen for the story. Free-spirited Jessie has plans for her own career as a detective—starting with the rescue of a teenage girl from a dangerous cult. While Jessie is at her current job, working as a fortune teller’s assisstant, a woman comes in to seek help in exposing the cult that her daughter has joined as a fraud.
The book about the environment. For a reader like me this is something that puts the book in my – ‘to be read radar’. I had a hard time getting to the end. Ratings and Reviews Write a review. Before she began writing full time she worked as a librarian in both academic and corporate libraries.
It’s always a pleasant surprise to find that a not so unique story line can be delivered in manner that is worth your time. Assistant to a psychic consultant. Slow in parts, but a great “relaxation” read!
Everyone thought Jessie Benedict’s impending marriage to Sam Hatchard was a great arrangement — everyone, that is, but Jessie herself. There was something about Hatch that I just really enjoyed. After reading a few thousand romance books alone in fortube last five years I have frankly become jaded; also bored with this genre.
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Jun 22, Ceola rated it really liked it Shelves: Jessie begins investigating the cult, against the wishes of Hatch and her family. Overall, a fairly good read. And I am not sure this is a good foundation for such a romance.
When he insists they stop catering to her family there were problems, but he always has her best interests at heart. Manly men, spacy women, crazy families. The heroine is a free-spirit with an extensive employment history, currently working for a psychic.
What I like d about these books is first, that they are light and not angst-ridden. Trending Price New. Once or twice I feared Jessie was about to do something idiotic but fortunately she didn’t. The book has charm and Jayne Ann Krentz’s wonderful way of wrapping up all the threads so there’s not just a happy ending Sam Hatchard is a bit annoying as the hero initially. Published January 1st by Pocket Books first published William Heinemann Ltd Availability: She’s the enabler her angry family accuses her of.
That’s something I’ve som Out of swet the Krentz books I’ve read over the years, this is the first one to fully grab me on all levels.