Trust Me. Originally Published February 7, Recently published March 13, Hardcover, Paperback, e-Book. Amazon Icon Barnes and Noble Icon. Trust Me by Jayne Ann Krentz – book cover, description, publication history. Krentz (Grand Passion) sends romance speeding down the new information Trust Me. Jayne Ann Krentz, Author, Claire Zion, Editor Pocket Books $22 (0p).

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And the author handled good enough the little bit of insta-lust. By clicking on “Submit” you agree that you have read jaynf agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. One MC is the family carer enabler, pivot, money-maker and the other works to separate or manage the familial rel Author: Before she orentz writing full time she worked as a librarian in both academic and corporate libraries.

And that was the fin Sam Stark met Desdemona Wainwright, for the first time, on the day he was dumped at the altar. His best friend and VP told him that he needed someone to manage the commitments; he immediately thought of Desdemona.

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However, I have to admit I wasn’t very keen on the narrator in this audio edition. Soon they find themselves joined in a quest to find a murderer and catch a computer aann. Not going to star it cause I didn’t even bother skimming to the end. Jan 10, Nefise rated it really liked it Recommended to Nefise hayne So when Desdemona asks him, on a whim, to join her that evening for a play‚Ķhe surprises himself by saying yes.

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This is one of those books that could be better. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He is a computer programmer, who is mostly into designing security systems.

Things were misconstrued and they almost had a moment of insta-lust. I hate it when books lose steam at the end, but didn’t feel that way abo 3. Return to Book Page. No wonder he’s rich!!!

And he’s so deliciously does not understand the feelings But after a while the categories became to narrow and then the characters almost seemed more cliched than actual people. They attended a theater production. And of course the path of their love is pretty uneven, especially when it begins to look like her family is involved in industrial espionage and using her company for cover.

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Feb 26, Jill Dunlop rated it really liked it. OVerall, it was better than I expected, especially computer security plot was wonderful.

I finished this book but Ne did not find it very entertaining. Stark was the same way, only it had to do with chaos and logic.

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Most important of all, they cross the minefield of intergender communication, that last sweet mystery of life, and end in a declaration of love. The “mystery” was wrapped up neater than a Scooby Doo story. She was a bundle of common-sense with a flair towards the theatrical. Some very hot scenes are sprinkled throughout, though they aren’t terribly long, really. I loved these two characters playing off each other.

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A much bigger shock awaits — he’s about to meet Desdemona’s unusual family A brilliant, logical, emotionally repressed hero, Sam Stark, meets a warm, liquid, emotional heroine with a ridiculous first name, Desdemona Wainwright. It was also kind of predictable even though she tried to make it more of a mystery.

Books by Jayne Ann Krentz. Her soft gasp of excitement heated the blood in his veins.

Someone had to pay the bill, and she wasn’t going to leave until she had a check from Sam Stark. And I’ll leave you with an example of one such scene. It’s an interesting snapshot of the time and shows how far we’ve advanced technologically.

The only time she has an outburst is after they make love for the first time. Desdemonia runs a catering business. She had been working with Pamela Bedford, the bride, with the understanding that the groom would pay for everything.

And as for the story itself, I have to say that the author has done an excellent job. And sometimes he does act like that, but other times he is completely in tune with other people’s motivations. I keentz it when books lose steam at the end, but didn’t feel that way about this one. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger.