By Jayne Ann Krentz
With twenty-two manhattan occasions bestsellers and hundreds of thousands of readers, Jayne Ann Krentz is likely one of the preferred romance superstars of our time. Now deal with your self to her deft and incomparable model of riveting and horny suspense in her vintage story of a lady, a guy, and destiny's many unforeseen twists.
Successful writer Amy Slater had a existence wanting mending. And Jed Glaze proved to be the precise guy for the activity after the pair get on well as fabulously strong associates. Then someday Jed indicates up with a mysterious damage of his personal -- and all at once darkish, confounding, but completely impossible to resist Jed turns into much more than "just a friend". Now it is a time for not just mutual therapeutic and delightfully sensuous nights yet for sharing secrets and techniques that can end up a bit harmful for them either. On a jaunt to a Pacific island paradise, Amy and Jed will unearth the major to the unsolved homicide that has haunted Amy's nights -- and detect how strangely and exquisitely fated probably mismatched hearts should be.
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His trim body and healthy color beneath his light tan could easily lead one to mistake him for a man ten years younger. His silver hair was thinning in a gentlemanly fashion and he looked at home in a short sleeved shirt, a pair of expensively cut slacks and sandals on his feet. That academic look had probably served him well in business. It would have been nice camouflage for the ruthlessness that lay underneath. Jed had a practical appreciation for people who were good at camouflage; it was one of his own personal skills.
Amy stifled a groan. " "Nope. " Jed swung himself up off the lounger and glanced over to the far comer of the veranda where Slater was arranging coals in the pit of the barbeque grill. " "One more glass of white wine and it'll be good as new. " "And that's another thing," she began, "I have not deliberately tried to alter your drinking habits! I never fuss. " He gave her a gentle push in the direction of the sliding glass doors. " She clearly wanted to argue further, but surrendered to the inevitable with rather bad grace.
It was an expensive brand and she tended to dole it out in tiny, carefully measured quantities. Jed headed for the kitchen cupboard first. He would have preferred a glass of Scotch, but Amy didn't keep any in the house. She hadn't kept any since the evening she'd paid him a casual visit and found him well into a bottle. She hadn't said anything that night, but her concern and disapproval had been evident. Whenever she offered him a drink after that, it was usually white wine. Instead of taking offense, Jed had found her gentle maneuvering rather sweet and amusing.
A Coral Kiss by Jayne Ann Krentz