Book Reviews of Gambler's Woman

Gambler's Woman
Gambler's Woman
Author: Jayne Ann Krentz
ISBN-13: 9780373771448
ISBN-10: 0373771444
Publication Date: 11/1/2006
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 40 ratings
Publisher: HQN Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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From the back:Jordan Kyle lived life on his own terms, setting his own rules and playing for hisgh stakes. He'd moved through this world alone, and was satisfied to have it that way until he encountered Alyssa Chandler. By day Alyssa was a cool, controlled mathematical whiz, sorting through facts and figures. By night she became a creature of beauty and passion who was more than a match for Jordan.
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Found the book boring! Didn't even finish reading it!
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Book Description
Dark, dangerous Jordan Kyle lived life on his own terms, setting his own rules and playing for high stakes. He'd moved through this world alone, and was satisfied to have it that way--until he encountered Alyssa Chandler.

By day Alyssa was a cool, controlled mathematical whiz, sorting through facts and figures. By night it was a different story. At night she became a creature of beauty and passion who was more than a match for Jordan. But were Jordan's seductive caresses enough for Alyssa to take a chance on a future together?


Only time would tell
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Pretty good book! I don't think it was one of her bests.
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AKA Jayne Castle, Amanda Quick, Stephanie James. OK early title, typical "taming of the shrew" story that gets tiresome early.
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didn't really like the male lead, he was too over-bearing
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stilted dialogue, random story, not my favorite
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I'm a fairly new Jayne Ann Krentz reader, but will have to admit that I really liked this particular book. Also, one PBS member said the author of the book was Jayne Ann Krentz and PBS should change their records which apparently they have done. HOWEVER, the book was first published in February 1984 under the Jayne Ann Krentz pen name of Stephanie James . . . so both names are correct.
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The author is Jayne Ann Krentz. PBS needs to change their records.
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Alyssa Chandler was a woman of two worlds. During the week she was a probabilities expert, cool and down to earth as she sorted through facts and figures. On the weekends she entered the fantasy world of Las Vegas and put her knowledge of numbers to work, staking her money-and winning-on her ability to predict the turn of the cards.
Jordan Kyle, himself no stranger to a gambler's tricks, was what she wanted him to be: part of that fantasy. But unlike the cards, whose progression she could count on, Jordan seemed able to turn up anywhere-and usually did!