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No job and no prospects. Lillian wouldn’t sell and told him that she wouldn’t be working with him on his book project either.

Dawn in Eclipse Bay – Jayne Ann Krentz

Rowena orlando, florida usa Marilyn had decided to run for the senate office that her soon to be ex-husband had decided not to run for. In a desperate effort to find her, Charlotte joins forces with Max Cutler, a struggling PI who recently moved to Seattle after his previous career as a criminal profiler went down in flames – literally.

If a romance book doesn’t have the romance it’s not really a romance novel.

For years, Gabe Madison’s passion has been his business. She felt like she was lucky enough to get out before something went wrong.

That is a huge error and I can’t believe the books were printed like this. Books by Jayne Ann Krentz. Both of whom do not fall in the family stereotypes: Why would you want to talk about him being with another woman? However, there is no real development in their relationship and it remains unclear as to why and how they even fall in love.


Dawn in Eclipse Bay (Eclipse Bay, book 2) by Jayne Ann Krentz

She earned a B. This isin part, serious and also very funny. Good, but not as good as Eclipse Bay This book focuses on the eldest Madison brother, Gabe, and the eldest Harte daughter, Lillian.

My Summary Krentz is a wonderful writer, she has the ability to allow you to imagine that whatever you read from her, you are a part of her stories. Lillian’s gallery showing did well in Portland and Octavia Brightwell had arranged another showing in Eclipse Bay for the locals. They all thought the institute was bringing in frozen aliens from area 51 in Mexico or something.

Maybe mrentz business problems would have helped? Nothing was ever simple between a Madison and a Harte.

May 06, Shraddha rated it liked it. With her brother Danny missing after a mysterious plane crash, Annie is struggling to protect his hot electronics company from the sharks who think he’s not coming back.


From New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz comes the second novel in a dramatic trilogy set in breathtaking Eclipse Bay, a town filled with rivalries as fierce and compelling as the rugged Oregon coast… Nothing was ever simple between a Madison and a Harte. I found Arizona and the whole bunch at the bakery and the alien nonsense to be random and just weird.


A small town grocer wasn’t high profile enough for him, but her request earned her a meeting. Gabe told Lillian that he didn’t think that Mitchell had figured out that she spent the night but she thought that he had.

This silly subplot detracts from the romance, and it’s a shame that Krentz aka Amanda Quick and Jayne Castlewho is such a master of sexual tension and intelligent banter, has weighed this romantic puff pastry down with such a leaden attempt at mystery. Reluctantly she takes him on as her final client.

Other than that, there were no glaring problems with editing. Lillian Harte plans to give up her computer matchmaking business to devote her life to painting, but she has one final client to “fire”—steely Gabe Madison.

Mar 19, Carlla rated it liked it. Jayne Ann Krentz Narrated by: I was waiting for the real reason, something that would account for the happenings, but no, this group was determined to believe in it and the suspense that popped up and bayy the rest of the book had nothing to do sclipse the new construction of the institute.