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From the premise, I thought the story would have an interesting development but I’m disappointed with the author’s exeuction.
The banter between the protagonists had the kind of dry humor and sexual tension that makes me anticipate the ultimate coming together of the characters. Have not bought a Jayne Anne Krentz book in awhile, worth the price.
I find the plot development and the heroine too pretentious.
That lowered my rating of the book. The whole gist of the heroine’s advice is to don’t follow a pattern, and to gamble in life so sometimes you can fail and ultimately lose millions of dollars. It was mainly a romance, with a small suspense plot going on in the background. Lots of feisty moments in Twist of Fate. Twist of Fate is one of Krentz’s better contemporary romances. Overall, the story is good. A fellow corporate raider who hates Gideon learns of this relationship and he too visits Hannah in Seattle.
One can see this must have been written in the eighties for her idea of self-destiny to be a resolution issue. Plot twists were easy to figure out ahead of time, but worth listening to in the car on a long trip. Needed some good editing.
Twist of Fate by Jayne Ann Krentz – FictionDB
View More by This Author. He wa a man that had been lead down a path of revenge early on and was unsettled with his life. Jan 28, Raeleigh rated it liked it Shelves: This was something she made up in her head all on her own. It was one of JAK’s early works and it’s interesting to see how her early work compares to her work today.
Meanwhile, Hannah’s aunt had died and she has to travel to the island where her aunt lived to box up her belongings. Plenty of action to keep the reader interested.
True revenge does not leave room for anything else. The wtist is a bit twisty, which is a bit unusual for Krentz, but she spends a lot of time on the idea of feminine power, and whether a woman has to abandon emotion and relationships to be successful or if she can “have it all. She points out that he does not need the business and suggests he gamble with her, best of three, for the company.
Between the Lines / Twist of Fate : Jayne Ann Krentz :
Okay, I can suspend that awful advice and read on This is a very difficult book for me to rate. Hannah and Gideon make a beautiful couple, quite well balanced in my opinion. Looking for beautiful books? I know this is fiction with some suspension of disbelief but when the kretnz uses the heroine to give advice for curing the millionaire’s boring successes by calling it “saving his life” is a little too.
Nothing burned more fiercely than the white hot fire of revenge. Few know she’s the niece of Elizabeth Nord, the legendary anthropologist who stunned the world with her jaye work — until her aunt twjst, leaving Hannah in sole possession of her priceless unpublished journals.
On one level, it was reasonably satisfying to see the bad guys get their just desserts and to see the hero and heroine get their happily ever after. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
The narration by Nellie Chalfant was strong except for the delivery of Gideon’s lines during the love scenes. It was a mutually beneficial arrangement. Gideon wasn’t even teist her into choosing.
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Twist of Fate by Jayne Ann Krentz (1993, Paperback)
Hannah shakes up his world when she confronts Gideon on his plan to take-over her brother’s software company. It was romance and mystery. Yet before she can catch her breath and really understand this puzzle of a man, her whole world is suddenly threatened: