JAYNE ANN KRENTZ SWEET FORTUNE PDF

The mystery surrounding an unsavory cult leader enlivens Krentz’s (Silver Linings) latest contemporary romance. When psychic Irene Valentine is temporarily. Sweet Fortune by Jayne Ann Krentz – book cover, description, publication history. Sweet Fortune By Jayne Ann Krentz – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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Please add Cover 2 16 Oct 20, Jayne Ann Krentz Publisher: Saying that, I will admit that I view the hero’s more dictatorial qualities through nostalgia goggles. For a reader like me this is something that puts the book in my – ‘to be read radar’. I give this book 4 stars. I love them though.

To view it, click here. One of my comfort reads, from JAK’s very enjoyable “Seattle in the ’90s” period. He’s so certain he and Jessie would do okay together.

Sweet Fortune by Jayne Ann Krentz

Books on Tape, Inc. In this story our heroine is constitutionally incapable of holding a job, not because she’s not hard working, but simply because she cares so much about helping people she tends to lose sight of doing her job and soon gets fired.

Free-spirited Jessie has plans for her own career as a detective—starting with the rescue of a teenage girl from a dangerous cult. Smart, goofy heroine; smart, cranky hero; family hijinks. He ignores her valid reasons for doubting that. There are hints of his background throughout the story that help you understand why he is that way, and it’s clear he really cares about Jessie. Jun 22, Ceola rated it really liked it Shelves: A poor rich girl with mush jaune brains, so sensitive she’s unable to keep jobs plural.

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May 16, Judy Goodnight rated it really liked it Shelves: But it also has a Hero who’s a jyne of a stalker, and one of those guys your friends would tell you to be careful with. Good Well done Other than the fact that I really could not like Jessie, this was a well written novel.

Jun 27, Mayo rated it it was ok Shelves: She earned a B. Love this author, great character development and dialogue. The book has charm and Jayne Ann Krentz’s wonderful way of wrapping up all the threads so there’s not just a happy ending Sam Hatchard is a bit annoying as the hero initially. Usually the women had interesting jobs and all these stories are set in Washington state.

Refresh and try again. Ok Not as fast paced as usual, fkrtune cute. Ratings and Reviews Write a review. And I am not sure this is a good foundation for such a romance.

This book has a cause. He wants marriage, and she does not, an unusal twist in itself. I can’t phantom the romance either. True, he was a bit macho and demanding, but it worked for the story.

Expects her to cook and care for him. The mystery is who pushed the psychic down the stairs, and what is the connection to an ecological cult. Just decides he’s going to. Sometimes I thought she was a bit The book rolls up and down like a good roller coaster ride as Jesse Benedict tries to manuever her way through Sam Hatchard’s manipulations.

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Jan 04, Lee rated it it was amazing. She’s the enabler her angry family accuses her of.

Hatch decides to assist her in her investigation in hopes of both keeping Jessie safe and earning her trust. Jessie is a pushover, and I don’t like that as well.

Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. Awesome I really enjoyed this book.

I thought there hero was a bit of a bully. Free-spirited Jessie has plans for her own career as a detective — starting with the rescue of a teenage girl from a dangerous cult. That’s something I’ve sometimes found lacking with Krentz before.

As usual there are a host of other wonderful characters to add depth and enjoyment to the book, mostly Jessie’s family who rely on Jessie to handle her father for the rest of kremtz. Our hero Hatch isn’t perfect. He sees her as a stepping stone, I can’t understand what she sees in him, except lust.

Nov 03, Cecily rated it liked it Shelves: