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Hannah is considering writing a book from these sources. There is a lot of introspective thinking, especially by the female lead, Hannah, and it was often very interesting. Gideon was a great character, although he also frustrated me view spoiler [ because he wouldn’t simply tell her he loved her! Plot twists were easy to figure out ahead of time, but worth listening to in the car on a long trip.

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Other books in this series. The characters constantly remind us of their titles. First published fahe the 80’s so a bit dated but really didn’t feel too dat Hannah Jessett travels to Las Vegas to confront Gideon Cage and to try to get him to leave her brother’s company alone.

Few know she’s the niece of Elizabeth Nord, the legendary anthropologist who stunned the world with her revolutionary work, until her aunt dies, leaving Hannah in sole possession of her priceless unpublished journals. It was a mutually beneficial arrangement. Fare know this is fiction with some suspension of disbelief but when the author uses the heroine to give advice for curing the millionaire’s boring successes by calling it “saving his life” is a little too.


She points out that he does not need the business and suggests he gamble with her, best of three, for the company. I found parts of Twist of Fate immensely enjoyable.

Along with the story of Hannah’s inheritance is the mystery of attempts on Hannah’s life And there is non of the misogynistic flavor that taints her early work. I could have tolerated this in an historical jaayne sure but this is set in modern times. She earned a B. This was something she made up in her head all on her own.

Customer Reviews Very Nice. When she confronts Gideon, all she sees is a powerful man with a fast smile and soft eyes. Watching her work through “finding herself” over the course of the book was fascinating, although it went on just a little too long for me. The plot drags in places, but on the whole, I’d rather have a Krentz that drags a bit than no Krentz at all, so I continue to look forward to re-reading this one periodically.

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Not my favorite, surprisingly. Usually I am very fond of this twwist, so I’m reading a few of her older works. It’s a wee bit dated but I feel like it stands up pretty well overall.

Being inside of his mind was my favorite part of the book. The fire of revenge for the jaybe players in this story is so consuming that it destroys everything in its path, including innocent by-standers.


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She cheats, he doesn’t care because he never intended to buy it anyway, but to push up the stock price and make a killing. Okay, I can suspend that awful advice and read on Nov 29, Hannah rated it really liked it Shelves: On one level, it was reasonably satisfying to see the bad guys get their just desserts and to see the hero and heroine get their happily ever after.

I had some issues with the leading lady, Hannah Jesset. Hannah Jessett travels to Las Vegas to confront Gideon Cage and to try to get him to leave her brother’s company alone.

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He follows her to a vacation island. As I progressed through the book, I began to think Jayne Ann Krentz had departed from her usual mild romantic suspense formula and had created a set of complex circumstances with no black-and-white answers and no clear villains. The villains revealed themselves and outlined their evil schemes fatte one of those highly-convenient, tell-all monologues that I’ve come to expect in Krentz’s books.

It is sexy and the voices are good. I wanted to learn something. Oct 01, Bianca rated it it was ok Shelves: Have not bought a Jayne Anne Krentz book in awhile, worth the price. Mar 31, Dakota Star rated it liked it.