Petite, thirty-something Clare Lancaster is a Level Ten para-sensitive - and a "human lie detector." Over the years, she's come to accept that someone with her extraordinary talents is likely to have trouble in the relationship department. And she's even resigned herself to the fact that everyone, to one degree or another, hides behind a facade. . . .
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"Krentz delivers another evocative romance, complete with engaging dialogue and explicit sex scenes, but the real meat of the plot concerns the sleuthing." - PW.
"The psychic edge intrigues, but the effect is diffused in this small society of sameness." - Kirkus.
"...a seductive, sharply witty, and paranormal-flavored thriller in which she deftly infuses an expertly crafted plot with sizzling sexual chemistry between two intriguing protagonists..." - Booklist.
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The author of a string of New York Times bestsellers, Jayne Ann Krentz uses three different pen names for each of her three "worlds". As Jayne Ann Krentz (her married name) she writes contemporary romantic-suspense. She uses Amanda Quick for her novels of historical romantic-suspense. Jayne Castle (her birth name) is reserved these days for her stories of futuristic/paranormal romantic-suspense.
In addition to her fiction writing, she is the editor of and a contributor to a non-fiction essay collection, Dangerous Men and Adventurous Women: Romance Writers on the Appeal of the Romance published by the University of Pennsylvania Press. Her commitment to her chosen genre has been strong from the very beginning of her career. Each year at the annual convention of the Romance Writers of ...
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