Trust No One
Jayne Ann Krentz
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Following up on the incredible success of River Road, New York Times–bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz delivers another masterpiece of romantic suspense.
It’s no coincidence when Grace Elland finds a vodka bottle next to the lifeless body of her boss, motivational speaker Sprague Witherspoon. The bottle is a terrifying—and deliberate—reminder of the horrors of her past.
Grace retreats to her hometown to regroup and tries to put everything she’s learned about positive thinking into practice—a process that is seriously challenged on the world’s worst blind date.
Awkward doesn’t begin to describe her evening with venture-capitalist Julius Arkwright. She has nothing in common with a man who lives to make money, but the intense former Marine does have some skills that Grace can use—and he’s the perfect man to help her when it becomes clear she is being stalked.
As Witherspoon’s financial empire continues to crumble around them, taking a deadly toll, Julius will help Grace step into her past to uncover a devious plan to destroy not only Grace, but everyone around her…
From Publishers Weekly
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Who really wrote this book?
This novel reads like a first-time entry in Harlequin. Not bad but very weak on character development and plot line. Characters are described with little detail, engage in sex but no sexual tension, and have no conflicts. Plot is simple and predictable.
I kept thinking that the novel was farmed out to another writer who couldn't even adopt the originality of Krentz's style. No complexity and I regret purchasing this.
It seems that the author has gotten tired of writing. Very disappointed. Indeed, I would have rated this a 0 but then I couldn't have written a review
Krentz Goes Back to What Made Her A Success
I have read almost all of the books written under her various pen names of Krentz, Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle; obviously, I enjoy them. What I really appreciate about this book is that it takes us back to the writing style of her earlier books of 20 years ago written under her pen name of Krentz. The book has the usual strong female personality who develops a romantic involvement with an interesting character. But, more importantly, Krentz manages to juggle a good murder mystery and a romance with a sharp wit and humor. Since this book is not part of a series, it was fun to jump right in and enjoy the read...which is just what I did!