Canyons of Night. Jayne Ann Krentz writing as Jayne Castle. Jove, $ mass market (p) ISBN Growing up on Rainshadow, Charlotte Enright knew better than to ever go into the Preserve, until that one fateful night with Slade Attridge — a night neither of. Jayne Ann Krentz, who also writes historical and futuristic fiction under the pseudonyms Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle respectively, has.

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Michelle Randall Of course the books are always best when read in order, but all of them can easily jayn on their own. Jayne Ann Krentz Goodreads Author.

Canyons of Night — All About Romance

Taken on it’s own or as the start to the books set on Harmony’s Rainshadow Island, Canyons of the Night was a cotton candy read – enjoyable, but without much substance. So this is a solid three and a half stars throughout and it gets a rounding boost for not nibht any dreamlight in it.

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The Dry by Jane Harper. Jayhe I’m a masochist. I think I finally figured what my problem is with many of this author’s books. All was fine, until said cosmic door closed, and suddenly everything the earth-folk brought with them computers, electronics, and such stopped working.

I did really like this, but it was only a 4-star for me because it seemed to lack the intensity of many of her other books. Slade isn’t overwhelming all about his soul mate, as some of the author’s heroes. Help with the multiple series this book is included in 3 31 Jul 21, Orbit Brief Cases Jim Butcher. Both more or less transpose the contemporary Pacific Northwest into SF-nalized colony-planet settings with psi powers, but the series beginning with After Dark adds ancient alien abandoned cities and artifacts to the mix, much to its benefit.


He was maybe a little stubborn in his self-immolation, but nothing Charlotte couldn’t snap him out of. Not a surprise, JAK has been disappointing me in that way for years and I keep reading her, but still Other books in the series. She’s diffident in ways that most Krentz heroines aren’t and her power is subtler to the point that people dismiss her pretty much outright.

Here’s a lesson for you girls: Also, the cover art makes no sense. And yet I keep reading this series as new titles are published. Relatively light steam, I think.

Canyons Of Night

From the author of A Secret History of Witches comes a new standalone novel set in the same world: The ending was very tidy and unsurprising, which is perhaps why I liked Dust bunnies rule! So, Canyons of Night was pleasant enough, if not all that satisfying, and I’ll likely read the next one and hope for a bit more ghost hunter action the next time ’round. Of the three this one is the best. Canyons of Night by Jayne Castle 1 1 Mar 14, Difficult Women by Roxane Gay. The answer is obviously nothing.

That helps when it comes to love stories. The book takes place on the island of Rainshadow and begins when three young tourists out for a ride decide to harass 15 year old Charlotte Enright.


Good writing and paranormal abilities and dust bunnies with a bit of romance. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Keep me logged in on this computer. Charlotte and Slade are very interesting characters and truly made for each other.

Brett’A master canyonz the craft. Jump to fifteen years later and Slade is back on the island, as is Charlotte. That we never learn about the danger that is clearly developing within the Preserves is a bit of a let-down. He also has taken a fancy to an antique beaded evening bag from Charlotte’s store and won’t be parted from it.

Canyons of Night by Jayne Castle

Slade, with his talent of recognizing paranormal committed crimes moved up the professional ladder to the canoyns, a special department within the FBPI. What happened to her mother? Oct 09, Lauren rated it liked it Shelves: It is easily the best fantasy-heist book I have read in years!

Maybe it is time the heroine has her own issues and the hero believes in her? Yep, I may be just reading this series for the dust-bunnies. This series would not be the same without the Dust Bunnies The Lost Night Details. Books by Jayne Castle.

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