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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Mar 02, Teri-K rated it really liked it Shelves: He sees her as a stepping stone, I can’t understand what she sees in him, except lust. Wow, really really really great read. Sam Hatchard is a bit annoying as the hero initially.
I enjoyed Jessie and Cortune, they had great chemistry and depth. Plus it appeals to me that he used his intelligence to study her and uses what he learns to draw them closer.
Of course romance followed, along with some suspense and mystery. This book is a nice Krentz. Although Jessie finds herself attracted to Hatch, she doesn’t want to get involved with him. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
I’m a sucker for Krentz and I really like her Seattle books. Ratings and Reviews Write a review.
I like more of her sci-fi work with a more involved story line. Hatch wants Jessie and he intends on showing her that he is different from her father and that he appreciates all forfune her quirkiness.
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Jayne Ann Krentz Publisher: Any Condition Any Condition. There’s some sex but it’s not the focus of the stories, and finally, I enjoy the minor characters and the odd-ball occupations in these books. As ffortune there are a host of other wonderful characters t The characters in this book are great and so is Ms. The book has charm fortine 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.
Her family wants her to marry her father’s new business consultant and CEO Sam “Hatch” Hatchard so that Hatch can take the family business big time sweft also keep it in the family. The book is straightforward and the romance is not particularly complex, but I like the variety of characters in the story. Defines her relationship with her family, not least limiting their contact with her.
Jessie begins investigating the cult, against the wishes of Hatch and her family. But as he grows through the story and you learn more about him, he’s cool. Then we have the heroes, who are tough and out of touch with their emotions but are not jerks. Somehow I missed this book, first published in ’91, so I was happy to stumble upo In the 90’s Krentz wrote a series of romance novels with quirky young heroines who became involved with tough, no-nonsense business men.
Our hero Hatch isn’t perfect. I am enjoying rereading the jayne Ann krentz books. About Jayne Ann Krentz.
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Free-spirited Jessie has plans for her own career as a detective — starting with the rescue fortunf a teenage girl from a forgune cult. MSweet Fortune I laughed a lot and I loved this book a lot, it was a great read and I enjoyed every minute I spent on this book. Most of the book is terribly boring to boot. Somewhat disappointing, but still fair relaxation read. Slow beginning, but improves in second half. Overall, a fairly good read.
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If you want to while fortjne an afternoon in relaxation and fun, grab this book and swet. Imagine her surprise when he turns out to be not only a friend and ally, but a strong, tender lover who, in the end, knows how to seal a deal — with her resounding “I do! Free-spirited Jessie has plans for her own career as a detective — starting with the rescue of a teenage girl from a dangerous cult. This is the way it’s going to be.
The heroine is a free-spirit with an extensive employment history, currently working for a psychic. The book is populated by unique people who coalesce around Jessie.