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Setting: Eclipse Bay, Oregon, present day
Sensuality rating: 5
New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz returns readers to this sleepy coastal town in her eagerly anticipated sequel to Eclipse Bay. The Harte-Madison feud hasn't been totally laid to rest yet, not when matchmaker Lillian Harte takes on successful CEO Gabe Madison as a client. Gabe's arranged blind dates have all ended disastrously, but he insists that Lillian make good on his contract for a sixth and final rendezvous, even if she has to go herself. But anytime a Madison and a Harte get near each other, the chemistry is explosive. Add in quirky alien conspiracy theorists and a soupçon of sexual deviance in the form of dominance and bondage--not to mention tongue-in-cheek humor and captivating sensuality--and you've got another unforgettable read from perennial favorite Krentz. --Alison Trinkle
The second installment of Krentz's Harte-Madison trilogy (following Eclipse Bay) attempts to close the rift that formed several generations ago between the prosperous Hartes and the reckless Madisons. 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. Gabe has already broken with his heritage by building a billion-dollar venture-capital company, and now he wants a wife, one who is financially independent, good-looking and definitely not an "arty" type. When Gabe learns that Lillian is closing her business, he insists that she fulfill her contractual obligation to him. He even follows her home to Eclipse Bay, Ore., supposedly to collect on their broken agreement. While they smolder in the usual Harte-Madison fashion, a sex therapist who is into bikini panties and submission tries to steal Lillian's database of high-end clients. This silly subplot detracts from the romance, and it's a shame that Krentz (aka Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle), who is such a master of sexual tension and intelligent banter, has weighed this romantic puff pastry down with such a leaden attempt at mystery. (May 1)Forecast: Although the Romantic Times has claimed that romantic suspense novels are "out" and romantic comedies are "in," Krentz's romantic suspense novels have been, and still are, selling exceedingly well. This frivolous but entertaining romp should be no exception.
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I'm a very big fan of Jayne Ann Krentz (et al) novels and have read most of the books in her various series. This is another good one.Published 20 months ago by Sam C
I have never laughed so hard in my life. At one point I actually had tears rolling... some of the stuff with AZ killed me but the wholehearted tears came from the camera shot... Read morePublished on Jan. 29 2004 by ViperFxr
I think I liked this one as much as I did the first stoyr. This is the story of Gabe and Lillian. As usual a Harte and a Madison don't usually mix well. Read morePublished on May 20 2003 by TSchlaack
I am having bad luck with audio books; in particular romance mysteries. The women just cant do a man's voice convincingly enough for me. Read morePublished on June 24 2002
I am a huge JAK fan, but this one disappointed me. I never felt that the characters developed enough. I'm hoping the new volume in the trilogy will be better. Read morePublished on May 8 2002 by Linda Kleback
I liked Lillian and Gabe well enough, but their romance seemed to lack the edge and fire that Hannah's and Rafe's had. Read morePublished on Dec 28 2001
Eclipse Bay and Dawn in Eclipse Bay are the first books I've read of Jayne Ann Krentz. I think she is absolutely wonderful in how she is slowly bringing the Harte-Madison family... Read morePublished on Aug. 13 2001 by Graciela Martinez
Loved Eclipse Bay and this is a terrific continuation. Cannot wait for the finale. Keep up the great work, Ms. Krentz.Published on July 10 2001 by Bobbiesioux