Jayne Ann Krentz has done again what she does so well, give us a great read. I must admit the Arcane Society has not been one of my favorite settings for her. At the opening of Krentz’s disappointing latest featuring the Arcane Society—a covert organization devoted to paranormal research—costume. A woman who hears voices. A man who sees visions. A killer who may elude them both.
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I found myself liking a lot of things about this book.
Sizzle and Burn (Arcane Society, #3) by Jayne Ann Krentz
This was a gripping, tension filled book sprinkled with just enough paranormal elements to keep things lively and interesting, and an explosive romance that will leave you begging for more.
Niki wasn’t taking the drugs that Nash had given brun her and Cassidy. I really liked this book. I listened to this book in the car on my way home from work when there’s nothing good on the radio.
Both Zack and Raine dress primarily in black. Quinn but touching places he had been when last seen, it was determined that he had been killed. This ahn, by one of my favorite authors, flew by and I was finished before I knew it.
If you notice I got through a book pretty fast that’s a good indication I am really into it. Without warning, a new man enters Raine’s life-investigator Zack Jones. The psychic cabal plot is more complex and better developed with additional details provided about the Nightshade organization introduced in the previous book.
And now that poor Aunt Vella-her last blood relative-has died, Raine has resigned herself to a lonely life. I didn’t really notice the front until I picked it up to read.
Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. She was embarrassed at the discovery and broke off her relationship with him. Perhaps if eight or nine of those threads had been eliminated, the story might have interested me. And that is all that matters. Oct 02, Cindy rated it really liked it Shelves: There is also a nifty plot twist and cliffhanger at the end to keep the reader guessing.
Sizzle and Burn (Arcane Society, book 3) by Jayne Ann Krentz
They determined that she had been murdered. There’s one complication, however: Disclaimer — I bought this book for my own enjoyment. Zack and Raine ended up getting married and Zack took over leadership of the Arcane Society.
Selalu suka dan nagihin. It’s nice when people are grown up’s is all I’m saying. I found myself skipping a couple jaynee them actually.
Sizzle and Burn
I particularly enjoyed the crime-solving hobby of Raine Tallentyre, in spite of its psychic nature, and wish there had been more detailed descriptions of her work with Bradley Mitc The characters and dialogue are as good as ever and the suspense is the kind I like, i.
The plot is not super different than the others, but I enjoy the balance more a lot of the time. I am curious to find out more about the Arcane Society, because I think the idea behind the group is intriguing, and so I will definitely be reading more from this series.
That person was killing the victims and burning the bodies. It appeared that it made her more interesting to him. As a fan of serial killer books, I was hoping for more details on the victims and the murderer but this is not forthcoming and is ultimately resolved very quickly and almost as an afterthought.
In particular, I can count on witty dialogue and intelligent heroes and heroines. His voice leads her and the local police to the discovery of a nude woman, trapped — but still alive — in one of the many crates in the basement.
I mean really, how many Joneses does the average person come across in their lifetime? The next day she said they butn not going to have anymore sex because it was “not smart to mix business with pleasure.
Now an Arcane Agent has come to ask her help in finding a missing agent. Raine TallentyreZack Jones. Other books in the series. All this because of the Arcane society.
Refresh and try again. There was an attempt made on Zack’s life also.
Raine Tallentyre always tried to heed her late aunt Vella’s advice–and keep her paranormal abilities a secret. I was intrigued by the Fallon Jones character and was hoping for his story next but her next novel, Running Hot, is the story of Luther Malone and Grace Renquist. Or can it be read as a standalone? I have been a bit confused by the progression of the Arcane Society novels… skipping back and forth from historical to contemporary and between her different pseudonyms.
Personally, I read all of the Amanda Quick historical books first, then the Jayne Anne Krentz contemporary books, and lastly annd futuristic ones by Jayne Castle. The victim has survived, but the culprit is still on the loose. The only thing I did not like was how quickly the heroine ended up in bed with the hero.