I thought this was a pretty good. Its one of her earlier works of course which isnt as good as her current works, but it was pretty good.
This is one of Krentz' (Amanda Quick, Jayne Castle) better, earlier titles. The main leads aren't at each other's throats in a "taming of the shrew" scenario that she overuses. It's a simple plot, the leads are nice people and the sex is good. A nice rainy day book.
JAK has her ups and downs, but this one was an up. Enjoyable and a quick read.
This is a very sweet and romantic read. Adrian Saville knew someone was in his house. The surprise was that it was a lady he'd dreamed of for a long time, but he didn't expect to see her for weeks.
Long before he opened the front door to his secluded Washington home, Adrian Savile knew someone was in the house. But when he saw who the intruder was, he couldn't believe his eyes-she was far prettier than he had pictured her. Sara Fraser. He had dreamed about her, had fantasized about their inevitable meeting. For this was no chance encounter-the events leading to it had been put into motion long ago. But that was something Sara must never find out.
Wonderful storyline! Unique present he receives.
Every once in a while, when you just want a fun stress free read, don't you enjoy sitting down with a Harlequin romance? Here's a chance to listen to one by one of your favorite authors, Jayne Ann Krentz. The pressure from Sarah's parents and her career are suffocating her. She decides to make a new life for herself. She goes to see her uncle, who has always encouraged her. She can't find him. He seems to have disappeared. She sets off on an adventure trying to find him with the help of one of his friends, Adrian Seville. Sonehow her uncle's disappearance is linked to a map that shows where a stock pile of legendary gold is. Apparently, she and Adrianne are not the only people searching for uncle Lowell. As the stakes grow, so does Adrian and Sarah's new love and passion. Jayne Ann Krentz's books are always a fun read!