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by Amanda Glass, Jayne Ann Krentz
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Book Hoarders Anonymous
Book Hoarders Anonymous rated it 5 years ago
There was a point...where I wanted to reach through the pages and smack someone around with my mad non-existent karate skills.You see, the book managed to not just trip, but jump up and down vigorously on a sore spot for me, namely the one where the h (I'm sure there's one out there somewhere that v...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 5 years ago
In a world where a colony from earth crashlanded in two areas, people have created a different society in each area as they were isolated from each other for a while. Now Sariana comes to the West to find a life and to make her fortune. When she meets Gryph her life changes and he and she have to ...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 7 years ago
I almost gave up on this book. Sariana drove me bananas. She would say black was white just to disagree with Gryph. I don't mind a little of that but this book skated the edge. Sariana is from the business, logical eastern provinces and moves to the western free thinking, artistic provinces to p...
Barbara1951 rated it 7 years ago
Unexpectedly really good! 3.8 Lucky doesn't hold a candle to Gibson and the other dust bunnies, but it was a good start...in 1989.
A Bibliophile's Compendium
A Bibliophile's Compendium rated it 8 years ago
Let's just say I had super high hopes for this one. They were pretty well dashed. When I was halfway through I decided it rated 2 stars, however by the end, I bumped it up to 2.5. The end was great, once the heroine stopped being a whiny little child and grew up the book was wonderful, unfortunately...
Jenny Schwartz
Jenny Schwartz rated it 8 years ago
I enjoyed this immensely. The planetary set up intrigued me. The hero and heroine were both stubborn and blinkered and they clashed enjoyably. Adventure and rescues, heroics. I like the way Krentz includes pets in many of her novels. This was no exception.
Betsy's Non-Blog
Betsy's Non-Blog rated it 28 years ago
I bought this book when the author was Amanda Glass, back in the 70s. I didn't even know that Amanda Glass was Jayne Krentz until long after I'd become a fan of Jayne and Amanda Quick. It's always been one of my favorites; I've read it numerous times.
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