Sizzle and Burn - Jayne Ann Krentz Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749938579 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jayne Ann Krentz / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2008-01-03 by Piatkus Books
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by - written on 22/04/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Raine is looking through her late Aunt Vella's house that has been left to her when immediately she makes an unpleasant discovery. She soon finds herself the target of a psychopath and simultaneously gets caught up in a feud between two rival secret organizations, the mysterious J&J and the ruthless and deadly Nightshade, when the über-confident investigator Zack Jones of the former comes knocking at her door. Raine and Zack share one goal -- to find out who really was behind Aunt Vella's death because neither believe she died of a heart attack as supposed. There's immediately a sexual chemistry between the two as they embark on their quest, but their ... Read the complete review
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