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    Jayne Ann Krentz
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    Mira, 89; First Edition edition (1989)
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    224 pages
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Harlequin Temptation Originally Published February 1, 1989 Recently published March 1, 1998 Harlequin Paperback Out of Print. She planned to come out on top. As Kyle Stockbridge’s executive assistant, Rebecca Wade already knew him quite intimately. She knew that the man was indomitable–and certainly not used to being outdone by a woman. Site Design by Writerspace.

A broken promise reveals a terrifying legacy in this electrifying novel from the New York Times bestselling author of When All the Girls Have Gone. Zoe Luce is a successful interior designer in the Arizona town of Whispering Springs who's developed an unusual career specialty-helping recently divorced clients redesign their homes, to help them forget the past and start anew. But Zoe knows that some things can't be covered up with a coat of paint.

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I’ll tell you straight, ma’am, you aren’t quite what I expected. Bet you weren’t what Stockbridge here was expecting, either. Hey, here comes Herb. What’s up, Herb? You look agitated. READ BOOK: A Woman's Touch by Jayne Ann Krentz online free. You can read book A Woman's Touch by Jayne Ann Krentz in our library for absolutely free.

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Jayne Ann Krentz was born in Borrego Springs, California on March 28, 1948. in history from the University of California at Santa Cruz and a master's degree in library science from San Jose State University. Before becoming a full-time author, she worked as a librarian. She has written under seven different names: Jayne Bentley, Amanda Glass, Stephanie James, Jayne Taylor, Jayne Castle, Amanda Quick and Jayne Ann Krentz. Her first book, Gentle Pirate, was published in 1980 under the name Jayne Castle.

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Jayne Ann Krentz - the complete book list. Now, Jayne Ann Castle Krentz with her seven pennames is considered a pillar in the contemporary romance genre. For some years, she only uses three pennames for each of three different periods from time: "Jayne Ann Krentz" (her married name) from the present, "Jayne Castle" (her birth name) from the future and her most famous penname: "Amanda Quick" from the past. She is famous for her work ethic, beginning her writing by 7 am six days a week.

I have forgotten so many books I have forgot what is was about.

Representative of the decade in which it was written.
I recently became hooked on bodice rippers. I'm buying all the Krentz' books from Amazon--new, used, or e-books. As a recent discoverer of romantic fiction, I like the various settings and characters of the books.
I have been dusting off some of my old series JAK's since they are being reprinted, and sad some are very dated. But this one stands the test of time. It is JAK all the way and she scores a ten with this one.
When Rebecca Wade inherits a strip of land from a distant relative, she steps right in the middle of generations long freud between the Stockbridges and the Ballards. The women of her family have always owned this piece of land and the men from both sides have always wanted and were not beneath trying to use her ancestors to get it. And it seems Rebecca finds the situation is repeating itself. It turns out she was given a job for Kyle Stockbridge as his personal assistant, with her not knowing he wants the lands and gives her the job for that reason. In short time, Kyle learns her wants Rebecca even more, but he is going to have a hard time proving to her.
It is JAK at her best and a wonderful read!!
Zeus Wooden
Kyle Stockbridge wants Harmony Valley and especially wants to keep it out of Glen Ballard's hands. He finds the new heir, Rebecca Wade, before she has been notified, hiring her as his personal assistant. He never expected to fall for her. Once the truth comes out, Kyle must scramble to convince Becky that the land and their relationship are two separate issues.
Hardheaded male meets stubborn woman. This is the basis of many Krentz books, but each is subtly different and engrossing. A WOMAN'S TOUCH is no exception. Tight conflict and fast-paced action make this an exciting read. Another JAK sucess.
I have read every Jayne Ann Krentz book I can get my hands on and when I found A Woman's Touch, I bought the book without even reading the back cover. Once again I was not disappointed. Krentz gives us a hero in Kyle that if he was created by anyone but Krentz we would hate him. Kyle is arrogant, macho, and all male. But, Krentz gives him a vulnerability that makes you want to slap him and hug him at the same time. Our heroine, Rebecca is just the woman for Kyle. She is the only one around that seems unfazed by his legendary temper. Rebecca looks deep inside of Kyle and finds something to love and sets out to prove to Kyle he can be loveable. I really enjoy the fact that these two can have misunderstandings between each other, but they never abandon each other. I really dislike a book that takes the hero or heroine far away from each other for chapter after chapter. Krentz does not do that, she always keeps her characters in touch. I also like the little nuances and habits that she gives her characters. When I read a book by Krentz, I feel as if I know the characters and would not be surprised to meet them on the street. I will always read a book by Jayne Ann Krentz or Amanda Quick her alter-ego.
Most of Krentz' audio books I have heard were good. Because I did not like the reader on this one (Paula Parker), the story dragged toward the end.