Para-archaeologist Lydia Smith has spent her entire adult life digging into the past, and building a career. But all that changes when she find herself lost in the catacombs below the city, with no memory of how she came to be there. Now it's her own past that is eluding her; and the secret of... show more
Para-archaeologist Lydia Smith has spent her entire adult life digging into the past, and building a career. But all that changes when she find herself lost in the catacombs below the city, with no memory of how she came to be there. Now it's her own past that is eluding her; and the secret of what happened to her will endanger everything she's worked to rebuild, including her new marriage to Emmett London, who has a dangerous past of his own to overcome.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2004-02-24
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Romantic Suspense
, Science Fiction Romance
, Science Fiction R...
, Futuristic Romance
Series: Harmony (#2)
Harmony series by Jayne Castle Book #1: After Dark | Goodreads | Rating: 3.5 Stars Book #2: After Glow | Goodreads | Rating: 3.5 Stars Overall Average Rating: 3.5 Stars First of all, while these two books are part of a larger series, both After Dark and After Glow would be best red together as...
I liked this paranormal mystery but it was part two of the first book in the series and I felt like I was jumping into the middle of the romance which was over powered by the plot. It was also too heavy on the rez terminology. Emmett is named guild boss and his lover Lydia isn't happy about it.
This is part of Jayne Castle aka Jayne Ann Krentz's Ghost Hunter series, chronologically the third in the series but as a full novel the second in the series. This tells the continuing story of Lydia Smith, she's working for a tacky third-rate museum, Shrimpton's House of Ancient Horrors, taking on...
“After Glow” continues where “After Dark” left off and now Lydia is once again caught up in a murder investigation. “After Glow” really ties up all of the loose ends from the first book and readers get to see more of Lydia and Emmett and of course the loveable dustbunnies. I really liked how this bo...
A great ending to this two-part Harmony story. The heroine wasn't as bitchy, but still stuck her nose into things she should not be sticking her nose into, the hero was even yummier than in the previous book, the mystery was intriguing, the 'suspense' gripping, but I could've done with only one clim...