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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It definitely made an impression on me and remained one of those books that I repeatedly would look back and fondly remember. They are theater people and are frequently trying to match her up with a man in the business. Trust Me is available for download from Apple Books.
Trust Me by Jayne Ann Krentz
And that was the fin Sam Stark met Desdemona Wainwright, for the first time, on the day he was dumped at the altar. Stark has his two young half brothers living with him and they add to the story as well.
The hero sounded like an elderly man – soooooo unsexy. I hate it when books lose steam at the end, but didn’t feel that way abo 3. Krentz knows how to write a H as anyone but an alpha male.
View all 8 comments. Both of the characters seemed to waiver back and forth between being what their character description says they’re supposed to be, and being what the moment requires them to be. Desdemona surrounds herself with her family and they make up her catering staff.
Krehtz got tired of hearing Desdemona use the phrase, “I am a Wainwright, we’re theater people” every time she reacts to something. It was also kind of predictable even though she tried to make it more of a mystery.
Desdemona Wainwright finds herself in the awkward position tust needing to give Stark the catering bill for the wedding reception. Still I enjoy this and have reread it a few times over the decades.
I didn’t mind the secondary characters, but I did get really tired of all the “Wainwright” references after a while. Sam is solitary and without much family. And the image of Stark as both a complete nerd who actually wears a pocket protector news flash Jayne, computer nerds don’t wear those because they don’t need to carry pens, they type everything and an incredibly hot, massively in-shape stud muffin just didn’t quite jive.
Jan 17, Dobby rated it liked it Shelves: If there is a story about opposites attract, this one takes the cake!
So on the surface, it’s another strange match, very typical of JAK couples. I was thinking as I read or in this case listened that this would end up being strictly a romance book, but some intrigue was introduced and it fit in with the romance and the story.
Romance part was not very strong but it was enough for I think, one of the best aspect about this book is its plot. There are over 30 million copies of her ttust in print.
Trust Me by Jayne Ann Krentz – FictionDB
Stark is unusual as he is not portrayed as your classic romantic hunk. Before she began writing full time she worked as a librarian in both academic and corporate libraries.
It seemed overly long and probably could have been shorter, but as I reached the end, I wasn’t so sure about that. Sep 22, Jane Stewart rated it it was amazing Shelves: She puts up with it jayyne because she loves them, and this provides for some humorous moments. The plot thickens when someone breaks into his upstairs office, where Sam is designing a new security system that can’t be corrupted.
Ktentz has a nightmarish experience of family relationship and is called the man with the computer instead of a heart. Stark is introverted and logical while Desdemona is friendly and passionate. I love it because of it’s simplicity and the title really suits well with th i love it simply because it made me explore a much more true-to-life environment. However, I have to admit I wasn’t very keen on the narrator in this audio edition. You think he would be used to it by now.
He was better than financially sound; he had insisted that his fiancee sign a prenuptial agreement. His voice just didn’t seem right to me. May 04, Alicja rated it it was amazing. I liked the way Krentz wrapped up the mystery and the personal stories. It matched his outward personality.
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To download from the iTunes Store, get iTunes now. Trust Me Jayne Ann Krentz. Aug 12, Cynthia rated it did not like it.