Copper Beach. Dark Legacy #1. Originally Published January 10, Recently published December 31, Hardcover, Paperback, Audio, e-Book. In this launch of Krentz’s Dark Legacy series, a psychic rare-book expert must wrest a valuable text from evildoers while resisting (or not) the. Title: Copper Beach (Thorndike Press Large Print Basic) Author(s): Jayne Ann Krentz ISBN: X / (USA edition) Publisher.

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And auras, and psi, and dreamscapes. After bexch s held at gunpoint, she uses her abilities to escape, only to have a blackmailer threaten to reveal her talents. It was too “talk-y” with conversations explaining events instead of action.

If you like reads high on suspense and creativity, then this book could wind up verging on boring for you. Books by Jayne Ann Krentz.

Copper Beach (Dark Legacy, book 1) by Jayne Ann Krentz

I don’t mind the paranormal aspect of her books, but why can’t coppeer write as good romance stories as when the paranormal wasn’t there? Determined to keep the book out of dangerous hands, Sam agrees to protect Abby and find the book. View all 4 comments. Overview Music Video Charts.

Copper Beach

The love scenes will psi-sizzle right off the page. Because you’ll find all the Arcane elements in it. By using our website you agree to krenntz use of cookies.

Krentz did a decent job developing the relationship, clpper though they do jump into bed the first night, totally ruining the anticipation, sadly. May 10, Debbie rated it did not like it. Lander is actually the first character we meet, upon his father’s deathbed, where he reveals the anger and torment of an unstable mind.



Description Within the pages of very rare books, some centuries old, lie the secrets of the paranormal. Not beadh of my favorite Krentz titles, but still enjoyable for the most part. But when it comes to dealing with a killer with paranormal talents – and a blackmailer who will stop at nothing to obtain an ancient alchemical code – no one is safe.

Appropriately enough, legacies figure heavily in the plot. May 09, Laura Kyahgirl rated it really liked it Shelves: City Life Featured Article. If you started out as a fan of hers, but have found your interest in her books dwindling lately due largely to that aforementioned predictability and the “familiarity coppeer contempt” syndrome kicking in, then you might want to skip this one, as it could be both disappointing and frustrating.

An all-new novel from the New York Times -bestselling master of beahc and the paranormal.

Copper Beach Book 1 1 12 Sep 23, She has also become very reluctant to trust anyone outside of her small circle. She received a degree in history from the University of California. I enjoyed the scenes with her dog — a nice change from dust bunnies. A couple of crazy people try to kidnap and kill her, yadda yadda. I loved Abby’s reluctance to trust and her constant effort cpper keep the relationship between them a business one.

About Jayne Ann Krentz. Jan 03, Jacqueline rated it liked it Shelves: I enjoyed the characters and their paranormal talents as well as the mystery and world building.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He’s the token charming gay character ubiquitous to JAK novels. Employ some plain old imagination. Their stones are apparently the “dark legacy” from their father — hence the series title. The romance seemed contrived with no arc. She gets blackmailed and goes to Sam for help. Jun 21, Melindeeloo rated it really liked it Shelves: She has not reinvented the wheel here, either in terms of romance novels, in general, or even her books, in particular.


Copper Beach (Dark Legacy, #1) by Jayne Ann Krentz

Abby Radwell, a rare book dealer with paranormal talents, likes to keep her business in the shallow end of the underground market.

Published January 10th by Putnam Adult first published January 1st Her hero and heroine are very enigmatic and will pull readers in right from the start with the independence of Abby and the protectiveness of Sam Ms. I hope Krentz moves away soon from her obsession with para-normal crystals that are much too deus ex machina in nature. Still this one was more of a stand heach although I’m sure that there will at least be books about the hero’s brother and sister.

The romance between Abby and Sam was intense, sweet, and spicy. She lives in the Pacific Northwest. xopper

Many of Jayne Ann Krenz’s recent paranormal stories have played too heavily on the paranormal aspects, loosing many readers who are looking for the mystery and romance.

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