Trust No One

Trust No One

Large Print - 2015
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A New York Times Bestselling AuthorIt's no coincidence when Grace Elland finds a vodka bottle next to the lifeless body of her boss, motivational speaker Sprague Witherspoon. The bottle is a terrifying -- and deliberate -- reminder of the horrors of her past. Grace retreats to her hometown to regroup and meets venture-capitalist Julius Arkwright. They have nothing in common, but the intense ex-Marine does have some skills that Grace can use when it becomes clear she is being stalked.
Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2015
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781410475015
Characteristics: 475 pages (large print) ; 23 cm
large print
Call Number: LT KRENTZ, J


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May 09, 2018

When Grace Ellland was 16 years old, she rescued a little boy and killed the man who captured him and was going to kill them both. She moved away and had a job and her own life. When she finds her boss murdered, she moves back home to get away from it all. She meets Julius Awkright and decides to have him help her decide what she wants to do for a living. But someone is sending her messages from her dead boss's account and seems to be stalking her. Together, Julius and Grace try to find out who is behind everything. A very good book.

Sep 30, 2015

I gave it three stars because I usually like this author. This isn't one of her best. As another reviewer mentioned: the characters are a bit too similar to the ones in the last few books. Damaged woman, reticent hero with mantras. The antagonist is a twist, but not very surprising esp. as the final scene was a little premature. Except for the lack of the modern Arcane Society this was very much like that series.

May 31, 2015

I love Jayne Ann Krentz . This was a good read for romance and a dash of suspense. Alleyopp

MaxineML Jan 31, 2015

Classic romantic suspense JAK. Nothing too earth shattering as romance books go, but a solid read. I did thoroughly enjoy both Grace and Julius, and really liked how nonchalantly Krentz dealt with the issue of PTSD in her hero (a former Marine). Recommended for those who love previous Krentz novels, and for those who like easy-to-read romances with a touch of suspense.


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