Jayne Ann Krentz Reminds Readers to Face Their Fears in ‘Promise Not To Tell’ [REVIEW]

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One woman will never forget the night fire took her mother’s life in Jayne Ann Krentz’s Promise Not to Tell. (Photo courtesy Pexels.)

When a tortured but talented artist casts herself into the sea, she leaves behind a legacy of secrets that threaten to roll in with the tide. Now, a gallery owner and a private investigator who share a mysterious history must discover the truth before they become the next to die in Jayne Ann Krentz’s delicious new novel, Promise Not to Tell.  Read more of this post

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Nothing Is What It Seems In Jayne Castle’s ‘Illusion Town’ [REVIEW]

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With its opulent casinos and hotels, the desert city of Illusion Town is totally unique. (Photo by Thomas Hawk, Flickr)

 

Disoriented and blurry eyed, a woman wakes up married to a man she barely knows in a decadent city where anything is possible. How did this happen? Why would she have married him? And what will she do next? Find out in Jayne Castle’s thirteenth novel in her futuristic Harmony series, Illusion Town. 
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Jayne Ann Krentz’s ‘Secret Sisters’ Is Worthy Of A Sequel [REVIEW]

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Some secrets should always stay buried. (Photo by Ripton Scott, Flickr)

Everyone has a secret, one so chilling only one other person on the face of the earth knows. You just hope and pray your friend will take this secret to their grave rather than expose you. Jayne Ann Krentz’s latest novel, Secret Sisters, is about this kind of deep abiding friendship, one that transcends all forces that batter against it.  Read more of this post

Jayne Ann Krentz’s ‘Trust No One’ Keeps Readers Guessing [REVIEW]

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If you decide to read Jayne Ann Krentz’s newest romantic thriller, Trust No One, you will not be disappointed. Read more of this post