Trust Me. Originally Published February 7, Recently published March 13, Hardcover, Paperback, e-Book. Amazon Icon Barnes and Noble Icon. Trust Me by Jayne Ann Krentz – book cover, description, publication history. Krentz (Grand Passion) sends romance speeding down the new information Trust Me. Jayne Ann Krentz, Author, Claire Zion, Editor Pocket Books $22 (0p).
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Bueno, pues el libro falla en ambas partes. Oh, he’s good looking and mesmerizing in his own way, but he is a computer expert who has trouble understanding relationships with anyone and expressin I was thinking as I read or in this case listened that this would end up being strictly a romance book, but some intrigue was introduced and it fit in with the romance and the story.
I love it because of it’s simplicity and the title really suits well with th i love it simply because it made me explore a much more true-to-life environment.
Y el poquito de insta-lust que hay la autora lo resuelve bien. View all 4 comments. And the author handled good enough the little bit of insta-lust. She has always been a step ahead of Stark, and she had understand him a lot better than me When she gets involved with Sam Stark, the computer security expert who heads an even larger, more successful firm, he’s skeptical of the way she supports her family.
Es la primera vez que leo sobre un CEO alfa y me gusta. My very favorite book of hers. All-in-all an enjoyable, light-hearted book. Her relatives are in the theater and are called Macbeth, Benedick, Juliet, etc. I like the secondary characters and the way the MC’s relationship grows with stops and starts.
Most important of all, they cross the minefield of intergender communication, that last sweet mystery of life, and end in a declaration of an.
Stark can’t believe he’s sharing details of his life with a caterer. The only time she has an outburst is after they make love for the first time. It’s possible that I am just being overly picky because I really liked Trust Me.
She earned a B.
Detailed Review Summary of Trust Me by Jayne Ann Krentz
She puts up with it mostly because she loves them, and this provides for some humorous moments. A great story, with trademark JAK humour and loads of znn with the extended family.
Sam’s nephews were particularly endearing and with an excellent payoff in the end. Desdemona Wainwright finds herself in the awkward position of needing to gi Once again Sam Stark finds himself rejected at the alter.
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Trust Me by Jayne Ann Krentz – FictionDB
Once jahne Sam Stark finds himself rejected at the alter. Kudos, too, for Krentz having at least a passable familiarity with how an actual insider would view “chaos theory”. It’s fun and it works.
When she came in to jayen the contract something between the two of them clicked. Plus the author didn’t let it go on too long.
Sam’s neph Another excellent Krentz romance. Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.
It’s an interesting snapshot of the time and shows how far we’ve advanced technologically. I liked the premise of the handsome wealthy but socially inept geek falling for the woman with a family of theatre drama queens.
I’ve read it so many times it’s dog eared. And then there was the suspense which, surprisingly, was very good. Two more weeks went by before they met at the first event. Romance part was not very strong but it was enough for a good thriller book.
Jan 10, Nefise rated it really liked it Recommended to Nefise by: Some very hot scenes are sprinkled throughout, though they aren’t terribly long, really. Quotes from Trust Me.