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"COLD FURY defines the modern romantic thriller."�-�NYT�bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz


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Romance writer and reluctant cop navigate sparks during fateful ride-alongs.


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A child under his protection�and a hit man in pursuit.


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Courtney Kelly sees things others can�t�like fairies, and hidden motives for murder . . .


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Reunited in danger�and bound by desire


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Journey to a city that�s full of quirky, zany superheroes finding love while they battle over-the-top, evil ubervillains bent on world domination.


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17 comments posted.

Re: Deadly Descent (7:26am September 5, 2011):

Their motto "That Others May Live" is the ironclad code they live and die by, and it gives me goosebumps when I think of it. Is enough to make me want to read the book (and get more info at the same time) on these unsung heroes.

Re: Dangerous Secrets (12:31pm February 11, 2011):

I accepted a job 1200 miles from where I lived, decided to get married first, and moved in a month. None of it actually turned out as planned, but I wouldn't change any of it - most of it, although far different than envisioned, has been fun!

Re: Mercy Kill (2:47pm January 9, 2011):

I can understand the empowerment for the writer, but as a reader, no. We are at your mercy as to what happens, where the characters go, and the motivations for both! That doesn't make the suspense and/or "dark side" any less enjoyable to visit though.

Re: Marked By The Moon (8:28am November 4, 2010):

My monsters have to have redeeming qualities...no monsters just for the sake of monsters. :-)

Re: Holiday Affair (8:44am November 1, 2010):

I have delusions of Wizardry every year...but end up with and enjoy chaos! Keeping family and friends at the forefront and relegating the "shoulds, oughts, and maybes" works pretty well on the whole.

Re: Mr. Darcy's Obsession (8:22am October 27, 2010):

Familiarity is always a plus, but I think a big key now is "And for all my books, I can guarantee that happy ending will come to pass, no matter how unlikely it may seem." People are seeking comfort...the familiar coupled with a happy ending is a huge draw in today's climate.

Re: A Darcy Christmas (10:24am October 22, 2010):

Ah, literary children! As a youngster, I loved Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm and Anne of Green Gables! Stubborn, independent, slightly unusual for their time - and they reminded me of myself! The maturation process is so interesting, and it's so great that you are teasing us with one so young!

Re: Twilight Hunger (5:01pm October 21, 2010):

Congrats for being at the forefront of a genre which has taken off like a rocket! :-) With the plethora of "wannabes" now, it's so interesting to read of your beginning, and of your continued success!

Re: The Making of a Gentleman (8:42am October 20, 2010):

That's thought provoking - I'd never considered that historical fiction is always written by people who don't know (first hand) of the life and times, but is instead brought more to life by the characters (and research!) put into it. It makes learning fun -

Re: Captive Spirit (10:49am October 19, 2010):

"Those who have gone," leads into so many interesting highways and byways...always thought provoking -

Re: Friday Mornings At Nine (6:39am October 5, 2010):

"Firsts" and "second-guessing" - the stories of our lives!

Re: When Wicked Craves (2:53pm September 29, 2010):

As a reader whose work is in the legal field, I always enjoy books that bump edges with that...it seems to give them added attraction and immediacy - and the paranormal aspects remove them enough from the workaday realm that they remain very enjoyable.

Re: The False Friend (8:08am September 28, 2010):

The Bee Season

Re: Desperate Deeds (12:09pm September 8, 2010):

I'm relatively new to this genre, but it's a good segue from mystery, and I'm especially enjoying those with "ops" of any kind...special, covert, etc. Sounds like a page turner!

Re: One Fine Cowboy (8:37am September 7, 2010):

Unusual premise - interesting!

Re: Warrior (2:18pm September 6, 2010):

I love capable women!

Re: Royal Blood (7:51pm September 5, 2010):

"But I also have to confess I have no personal experience of vampires."
That made me laugh out loud! Royal Blood sounds like an intriguing read.

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