Untouchable (Signed Book) (Sons of Anson Salinas Series #3)

Untouchable (Signed Book) (Sons of Anson Salinas Series #3)

by Jayne Ann Krentz

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781984804556
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/08/2019
Series: Sons of Anson Salinas Series , #3
Edition description: Signed Edition
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 314
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Jayne Ann Krentz is the author of more than fifty New York Times bestsellers. She has written contemporary romantic suspense novels under that name and futuristic and historical romance novels under the pseudonyms Jayne Castle and Amanda Quick, respectively.


Seattle, WA

Place of Birth:

San Diego, CA


BA in History, University of California at Santa Cruz, MA in Librarianship from San Jose State University (California)

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Untouchable 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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The story grabs you on the first page and doesn't let go. I absolutely loved the way the story evolved though the three book series.
Barb-TRC 13 days ago
Untouchable by Jayne Ann Krentz is the 3rd book in her Cutler, Sutter, and Salinas series. This series revolves around 3 adopted brothers, who were saved 20 plus years ago, by the then cop (Anson Salinas) from sure death by a cult leader. Though the cult leader (Quinton Zane) was presumed dead, the Salinas family knows better and has continued to search for the man who killed their mothers, using their private investigation firm run by their adopted father. The first two books belonged to Max and Cabot, and in Untouchable the third brother, Jack takes center stage. Jack Lancaster, is a consultant with the FBI, working on cold cases, especially those caused by fire, and he works occasionally with his foster brothers firm. Jack’s ability enables him to envision the killer’s methods in his dreams, allowing him to be able to find the missing clues, which helps him find the killers. Jack’s dreams though over time have taken a toll on him, with nightmares, so he hires a meditation therapist to help him. Winter Meadows, our heroine, is more than a therapist; as she has her own secrets. Winter is also a hypnotist, who is extremely good at her job, which also puts her in danger from clients. She helps Jack with his dreams, and how to use a code word to get out of the nightmare. Both Jack and Winter have had their own traumatic childhoods, but in a short time their working together will turn into a loyal friendship, and eventually a romance. Quinton Zane is still alive, but under another name (Lucan Tazwell, and working closely with his newly found biological father and brother, heading the Tazewell hedge fund. Lucan hires people to find and kill Jack Lancaster, before he finds him; this will also include killing Winter. Lucan is evil, having killed many as the cult leader, with his hobby of creating fires. He now wants full control of the families hedge fund, and without blinking an eye, he will attempt to kill them too. He knows Jack is getting closer, and pushes his people to do anything to get rid of them. What follows is an exciting and interesting story, especially as we watch Jack go into his dark dreams, and Winter use her fantastic ability with hypnosis. I did like Jack and Winter together, as they made a good couple. There were a few times that the situations were extremely intense, as I sat on the edge of my seat. Krentz always creates excellent characters in her books, and manages to gives us another great couple, , and an evil villain. If you enjoy mystery, suspense, thrillers , then you need to read Untouchable. Even if you have not read the first book, you can read this book very well as a standalone. Once again, Jayne Ann Krentz has given us a wonderfully written story that keeps us engrossed from start to finish.
Anonymous 2 days ago
Winter has ended up residing in Eclipse Bay. She was a foster child with an unique ability; hypothesis. After many years doing this and that, she has settled. Right now she is a meditation consultant and her patient is Jack Lancaster. He needs help with returning from his lucid dreaming episodes. He is going in deeper and deeper with his cold cases and is apprehensive. Winter gives him a stone and he uses it along with a code word to return from his LD state. Somehow his lifelong enemy has discovered his whereabouts and is dead set on eliminating him, using Winter as a hostage. The adventure begins to see who wins Quinton Zane or Jack Lancaster.
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I always buy every new Krentz, Castle, or Quick book as soon as it's published. Jayne is my favorite author. Untouchable has not disappointed me. I'm especially happy to see Jayne include characters and places from her previous books. Also seeing Arizona Snow's character further fleshed out was a nice surprise; AZ's one of my favorite characters. It's good to see Jayne Ann Krentz include a hint of the paranormal in her contemporary world; it makes her characters much more interesting. Her incorporation of the paranormal is one of the reasons I've bought all her books. I find myself going back and reading all of them in chronological order, even the ones without paranormal elements. I enjoy seeing ideas that appear in her earlier books, reappearing in greater and more interesting detail in her later books. I've lost track of the number of times I've read through Jayne's books; they never fail to give my spirits a lift when life has threatened to overwhelm me. One more thing: I'm so glad I've been able to collect all her books in ebook format. No matter where I am, as long as I have my iPad or iPhone with me, I can escape into one of Jayne's worlds and leave mine behind for a while. Thank you Jayne for another great read!
Anonymous 6 days ago
You always know a book by Jayne Ann krentz is going to be good! She never fails to bring the intrigue and romance!
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Anonymous 7 days ago
Loved every page. Jayne, please don’t ever stop writing.