Dawn in Eclipse Bay
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|Format: ||Paperback, 348 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 May 2001|
From New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz--the second novel in a dramatic trilogy set in breathtaking Eclipse Bay, a town filled with rivalries as fierce and compelling as the rugged Oregon coast....Nothing was ever simple between a Madison and a Harte. The feud that had divided their families still simmered. Now, only months after their siblings' wedding, Lilian Harte and Gabe Madison are at each other's throats.Successful CEO Gabe had insisted on becoming a client of Lilian's matchmaking service. And after five disastrous dates, Lilian is at her wit's end. If she hadn't already decided to close her business and move home to Eclipse Bay, Gabe would have been the final straw. But when she finds Gabe at her door demanding she fulfill their business contract, the sparks between them suddenly turn personal. Once again, Eclipse Bay will witness a showdown--between a relentless Madison and an irresistible Harte...
About the Author
Jayne Ann Krentz is the author of more than fifty New York Times bestsellers. She has written contemporary romantic suspense novels under that name, as well as futuristic and historical romance novels under the pseudonyms Jayne Castle and Amanda Quick, respectively. There are more than 35 million copies of her books in print.
Handsome, rich Gabe Madison is a client for beautiful, rich Lillian Harte's successful computer matchmaking service. Early in the story, it becomes evident that Gabe is after the matchmaker herself, in spite of a three-generation family feud. Both Gabe and Lillian end up moving from the big city back to Eclipse Bay, a small town on the Oregon coast. Woven into the development of their romance are encounters with their crusty grandfathers, a kinky sex therapist, and a group of people convinced a local think tank is the home of frozen alien life forms. Joyce Bean's reading is clear and well paced; she gives individual voices to the locals (who are far more interesting than the romantic couple). The production is supported by appropriate music, which makes for a smooth, polished presentation. Recommended for public libraries with an audience for light, romantic fiction. Barbara Valle, El Paso P.L., TX Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
Praise for the novels of New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz... "Good fun."--Cosmopolitan"Entertaining."--People"Fast-paced...interesting characters...a good time is had by the reader."--Chicago Tribune"A lot of fun."--Minneapolis Star Tribune"Sexy, romantic."--Library Journal"A delight."--Publishers Weekly"Along with Nora Roberts, Krentz is one of the most reliably satisfying romance writers publishing."--Sunday Times (CA)"Pure pleasure."--San Jose Mercury News"An absolutely, positively fun read...Krentz's characters are always people you'd like to meet for yourself and know more about."--Southern Pines Pilot (NC)"A solid story sure to find its way into several beach bags this summer."--The Romance Reader (on Eclipse Bay) Praise for the novels of New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz Good fun. Cosmopolitan Entertaining. People Fast-paced interesting characters a good time is had by the reader. Chicago Tribune A lot of fun. Minneapolis Star Tribune Sexy, romantic. Library Journal A delight. Publishers Weekly Along with Nora Roberts, Krentz is one of the most reliably satisfying romance writers publishing. Sunday Times (CA) Pure pleasure. San Jose Mercury News An absolutely, positively fun read Krentz s characters are always people you d like to meet for yourself and know more about. Southern Pines Pilot (NC) A solid story sure to find its way into several beach bags this summer. The Romance Reader (on Eclipse Bay)"
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