Krentz, Jayne Ann

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All the Colors of Night

Krentz’s second “Fogg Lake” entry (after The Vanishing) offers her typical romantic suspense heavily dosed with heightened mental abilities and can read as a stand-alone, although characters from the first book make appearances. Fans will enjoy the Easter eggs sprinkled throughout referencing the Jones brothers from Krentz’s popular “Arcane Society” series. Recommended for where the author is popular.

The Vanishing

With romance, mystery, intrigue, and a host of paranormal elements, Krentz’s (When All the Girls Have Gone) latest will hook fans across genres. The gratifying denouement leaves room for series potential as well.


Incorporating emotional electricity, smart dialog, and her trademark soupçon of paranormal glamour, Krentz pens a twisted tale of insane greed and obsession that brings an uncommonly wicked villain to justice and deftly concludes the story begun in When All the Girls Have Gone (LJ 12/16) and Promise Not To Tell (LJ 12/17). Krentz also writes historical romantic suspense as Amanda Quick and futuristic/paranormal romantic suspense as Jayne Castle; she lives in Seattle. [See Prepub Alert, 7/9/18; previewed in Kathryn Howe's "Love Changes Everything," LJ 10/15/18.]

Promise Not To Tell

Fast paced, chilling, and totally engrossing, this latest romantic thriller takes readers on an intense roller-coaster ride filled with unpredictable loops, passion, and wry wit

Trust Me

The duo of this "opposites attract" romance clicks in all the right places. A suspenseful subplot heightens the tension, while popular romance author Krentz's (In Too Deep) humorous touches keep the tone light.

When All the Girls Have Gone

With her classic flair and skill, Krentz has crafted another intriguing, complex, humor-laced romance that will lure new readers and captivate her fans. Krentz (Secret Sisters) lives in Seattle.

Secret Sisters

Long-kept mysteries resurface with deadly results in this mesmerizing, well-crafted tale that doles out clues with clever precision and keeps the tension high, the romance simmering, and the revelations coming until the very end. Krentz (Siren's Call) lives in Seattle. [See Prepub Alert, 6/29/15; an LJ Best Romance of 2015, see p. 36.

The Family Way

A pair of trademark Krentz protagonists are standouts as an unplanned pregnancy kicks off the action in this classic series romance that was first published as a Harlequin Temptation in 1987 but still entertains and resonates today...

Trust No One

Zingy dialog, superb sensuality, and a pair of protagonists meant for each other drive the twisted plot of this clever page-turner to its gratifying conclusion. Krentz (River Road) lives in the Seattle area.

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