The enthralling Guinevere Jones series continues with The Sinister Touch and The Fatal Fortune, together for the first time!
Fortune doesn’t shine on Guinevere Jones and Zac Justis in the mesmerizing continuation of the New York Times bestselling series.
The Sinister Touch
Guinevere Jones has her head turned by the handsome young artist across the way. And when his apartment is broken into and a painting defaced, she offers her help. Now Guinevere and Zac—and his jealous nature—must confront a dark evil that will stop at nothing to achieve its unholy goal.
The Fatal Fortune
When Guinevere Jones discovers that a so-called fortune-teller is making big profits by deceiving her clients, she vows to expose the scam. Now Zac—who will do anything to keep Gwen safe—helps her uncover the deadly deceptions of a blackmailer and killer out to destroy every trace of the past…
About the Author
Jayne Castle is a pseudonym for Jayne Ann Krentz, the author of more than fifty New York Times bestsellers. She writes futuristic romance novels under the Castle name, contemporary romantic suspense novels under the Krentz name, and historical romance novels under the pseudonym Amanda Quick. There are more than 35 million copies of her books in print.
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Praise for Jayne Ann Krentz writing as Jayne Castle
“No matter who she’s writing as, whether it’s as Castle, Jayne Ann Krentz or Amanda Quick, this is one author who never, ever disappoints.”—Fresh Fiction "Jayne Castle, one of the pioneers of the futuristic subgenre, continues to set the standard against which all other such books are judged.”—Affaire de Coeur “Writing under Jayne Castle, Jayne Ann Krentz takes her trademark combination of witty, upbeat action, lively sensuality, and appealing characters to [a] unique, synergistic world.”—Library Journal
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
No future stuff. Boring actually. I gave away to Library to look for a more open reader. Jane was not at her best.
I always enjoy Jane Ann krentz books under all her different names. I didn't particularly like her character Zac Justis. He was rude and somewhat morose. He didn't seem to have any sense of humor, too bossy. It would take a lot of work to put up with him, and a strong, confident woman. I still enjoyed the books though, once I got into them. I was sorry she didn't continue the series. The stories were interesting, and I liked Guinevere Jones and her sister and the artist. Maybe she could lighten up Zac.