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ISBN:
0445206586
ISBN13:
978-0445206588
Author:
Jayne Ann Krentz
Publisher:
Popular Library; First edition (June 1988)
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Pages:
373 pages
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1273 kb
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1733 kb
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Category:
Contemporary
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Rating:
4.5

This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are the product of the author’s imagination or are used ficticiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales or persons, living or dead, is coincidental.

This book is a work of fiction. Cover design by Purple Papaya LLC. For my mother, Alberta Castle

I loved this book Jayne ann Krentz it funny, suspenseful, mysterious, romantic, and an awesome read.

Destiny found them, and rapture, wild and free, opened their hearts. I loved this book Jayne ann Krentz it funny, suspenseful, mysterious, romantic, and an awesome read. Wow can't wait to read the next one.

It had a heightening effect on his already simmering desire. But he was determined to control himself tonight. Verity had had a traumatic experience this evening. Verity had had a traumatic experience this evening er time to adjust. She was bound to want to talk it all out. He told himself that if he was a gentleman he wouldn’t try to push her into bed tonight the way he had the last two times. He ought to show some respect for the effects of the experience on her. Tonight was a night to be spent soothing, gentling, and reassuring her. Jonas was determined to be gallant even if it took.

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Jayne Ann Krentz writes romantic suspense under the pen names Jayne Ann Krentz . Thank you Jayne Ann Krentz for my book and chocolates. From New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz comes a gripping new romantic suspense trilogy fraught with danger and enigma.

Jayne Ann Krentz writes romantic suspense under the pen names Jayne Ann Krentz (contemporary), Amanda Quick (Historical) . PagesPublic figureAuthorJayne Ann KrentzPosts. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.

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Jayne Ann Krentz could probably write dictionary definitions and make them riveting, but luckily for us. .I have other Jayne Ann Krentz books but this is the worst one I've read. Waaay too much detail on sex and a shakey storyline

Jayne Ann Krentz could probably write dictionary definitions and make them riveting, but luckily for us she chose to write fiction. I read this book a long time ago and finally was able to find it again. I have the sequel and it is just as good as the first. Waaay too much detail on sex and a shakey storyline. You're not sure what you are reading until almost the end when it comes together. Had a hard time finishing it because it just didn't make it in my opinion.

I've been reading Jayne Ann Krentz for 20 years. I come back and reread them about once a year.

Gift Originally Published January 12, 1988 Recently published July 12, 2012 e-Book. Jonas Quarrel has tracked Verity from Mexico to Northern California. Site Design by Writerspace.

From the New York Times bestselling author of Sweet Fortune and Perfect Partners comes a romantic page-turner, now beautifully repackaged. Verity Ames had not seen the man who saved her life that night. Months later, when he appears at her restaurant, he awakens hidden passion--and hides a mysterious secret that could destroy their new-found love.
Reviews:
  • Flamekiller
I've read everything, or nearly so, that Jayne Ann Krentz has written. I knew when I was flitting through Amazons book choices that I had read these books before and that I must not have been in love with them or I would have had paper copies. However, I'd pretty much forgotten them. They are not her best work, for sure. I'm midway through this first one and I'm fairly annoyed by it. I'm finding it a little annoying. I've always like Krentz's spunky heroines, but I'm finding Verity a bit on the snotty side and she's pretty much a know it all type. I'm not liking her, so it's making it hard to get through. I'm disappointed. I realize that this two book series is from the late 80s or early 90s, but I like some of her others from that time. I really hope they get some more of Krentz's old Mira books on ebook.
Update: I can't even finish it. Maybe I will be able to read it again when I'm bored or something.i bought both books in this series and feel I wasted $10. The female protagonist is a real snotty snark. She argues and argues so much I can't stand her. I wish I could return these books, but I got them on kindle ebook.
  • Froststalker
there are gooks from this author I reread and others that I find repetitive. This was entertaining but perhaps because I have been reading this author for so long it just didn't captivate me as much as her other series work does
  • Preve
Jayne Ann Krentz could probably write dictionary definitions and make them riveting, but luckily for us she chose to write fiction. I read this book a long time ago and finally was able to find it again. I have the sequel and it is just as good as the first. The relationship business is done well as befits a best-selling author, but I really enjoyed the descriptions of the psychic talents the lovers have and how they deal with it. Jayne did not choose a stereotypical talent for them, but created one I had never heard of, and described it so well it seemed almost normal. The secondary characters are as interesting and well-defined as the primary, and weld the plot line into a beautiful sculpture to go back to over and over.
  • Quamar
The story line was entertaining but I can tell this is one of her older novels without even looking at the copyright date. Verity is an annoying little twit that makes me want to slap the snot right out of her. Jonas is a little to macho but they both are products of the times they were written. I think if this had been written today, JAK would have written them differently.
  • Alsardin
I have other Jayne Ann Krentz books but this is the worst one I've read. Waaay too much detail on sex and a shakey storyline. You're not sure what you are reading until almost the end when it comes together. The Kindle edition is full of typos and missing words, I didn't count them but they average one per ten pages I'm guessing. Had a hard time finishing it because it just didn't make it in my opinion. There are other "Gift" series books but not for me.
  • Cozius
Jonas has more in common with Verity's father than she would like. At first he seems like the typical laid back wanderer her father is. But looks are deceiving as becomes apparent early on. Add in an eccentric artist and a sociopath and you have eggs makings of an intriguing story.
  • Daron
Okay for an earlier work. A little rough compared to her fabulous later works, especially her contemporary
Paranormal works
I enjoy reading these types of novels, as I find that the use of the "sensory perceptions" are incorporated as a fundamental part of the character's actions. I like that the use of the perceptions are not treated as acceptable or open to all but are dealt with from a point of trust as this adds to the real life trust issues which go into relationship building. I enjoyed the pacing of the book, the dilemmas which were faced as well as the the hero's willingness to listen and change his outlook and choices. I also enjoyed that there was not much change the female as has been the theme of many novels involving relationships.