Dark Desires Permeate Amanda Quick’s ‘Til Death Do Us Part’ [REVIEW]
April 17, 2016 Leave a comment
Return to Victorian London in Amanda Quick’s latest novel, ‘Til Death Do Us Part, where a high-priced matchmaker becomes the object of someone’s deadly obsession.
Calista Langley is the proprietor and operator of an exclusive introduction agency where she caters to the upper crust of London high society. Trent Hastings is an elusive yet popular crime novelist.
Their paths cross when an unknown “admirer” starts leaving Calista trinkets and gifts suitable for those in deep mourning—with her initials on them. Left in intimate places, she grows increasingly suspicious of everyone she has declined to handle as a match at her agency.
Hastings, fighting his irresistible interest in Calista, comes to her aid, and together they sort through her list of clients, only to realize that the stalker may come from Calista’s own past and has a deadly intent.
‘Til Death Do Us Part is filled with delightful prose and detailed passages sure to keep readers fascinated in the atmospheric, and sometimes terrifying, world of Victorian London. This novel is sure to satisfy mystery and romance readers the world over.
For those of you who have never read an Amanda Quick novel before, there is no better time to start than the present. The story is beautifully written and the novel itself is stunningly packaged, with its gorgeous dust jacket and fabulous end sheets guaranteed to lure readers into turning the pages.
So do yourself a favor. Make a pot of tea, cuddle up in your favorite reading nook, and get lost in Amanda Quick’s ‘Til Death Do Us Part. This delightful historical suspense novel is guaranteed to enthrall. Happy reading!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Amanda Quick is the pen name New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz uses for her historical romantic-suspense novels. She writes contemporary romantic-suspense titles as Krentz (her married name) and futuristic/paranormal romantic suspense as Jayne Castle (her birth name).
Why does she use three different names for her books? “This way readers always know which of my three worlds they will be entering when they pick up one of my books,” she says.
Krentz earned her Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of California at Santa Cruz and went on to obtain a Masters degree in Library Science from San Jose State University in California. She worked as a librarian in both academic and corporate libraries before she began writing full time.