This is a reprint of two separate Harlequin Temptations Dreams Part 1 and Dreams part 2.
Businesswoman, Diana Printice, takes a vacation deciding what to do about her life since her promotion was denied by the male dominated executives. In the small town where she is renting a cottage, she meets writer Colby Savagar...a man who is also trying to come to terms with things in his life...from the past.
The two lovers are haunted by the same dreams of a beautiful Indian princess and the warrior who keeps her prisoner...the legend of the Chained Lady. Only when Colby, Diana's modern-day warrior, learns to love could tho dark forces of the past be vanquished and the chained lady set free...
This book, in parts, is very irritating... she took the "alpha male" and "little woman" persona a little too far. I still liked the book. I loved the ending. The characters are likeable and they really grow on you. Good story line. 4 stars.
I really enjoyed thjis reissue. It was one of her earlier books, and a very refreshing read.
First of All I Love Jayne Anne Krentz, no matter the genre. This one was a bit different but I loved the story line and the mergeing of the past with the present. It has strong and well written charcters. One thing that draws me to her books is that her female charcters are not helpless damsels, but strong willed women, with a mind of their own. I would recommend this book and any of her other books to those that have never read them. I would
Vintage Krentz has businesswoman, Diana, spending a summer vacation deciding what to do since her promotion was denied by the male dominated executives. In the small town she meets Colby Savagar, a horror novelist, who is also trying to come to terms with his past as the bad boy of Fulbrook Corners, Oregon. Woven into the plot is the legend of the Chained Lady. The two lovers are haunted by the same dreams of the beautiful Indian princess and the warrior who keeps her prisoner.
Early Jayne Ann Krentz - this book is Dreams Part One and Dreams Part Two.
I COULD NOT PUT THIS ONE DOWN TILL I FINISHED IT A GOOD READ
I have not read it--found it in a box.