LIfe is tough enough these days for Lydia Smith, licensed Para-archaeologist. Seriously stressed-out from a nasty incident in an alien tomb, she is obliged to work part-time in Shrimpton's House of Ancient Horrors, a very low-budget museum. she has a plan to get her career back on track, but it... show more
LIfe is tough enough these days for Lydia Smith, licensed Para-archaeologist. Seriously stressed-out from a nasty incident in an alien tomb, she is obliged to work part-time in Shrimpton's House of Ancient Horrors, a very low-budget museum. she has a plan to get her career back on track, but it isn't going well. Stuff keeps happening. Take the dead body that she discovered in one of the sarcophagus exhibits. Who needed that? Finding out that her new client, Emmett London, is one of the most dangerous men in the city isn't helping matters either. And that's just today's list of setbacks. Here in the shadows of the Dead City of Old Cadence, things don't really heat up until After Dark.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2000-09-05
Pages no: 332
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Romantic Suspense
, Science Fiction R...
, Futuristic Romance
Series: Harmony (#1)
I've said many times that Jayne Ann Krentz/Amanda Quick/Jayne Castle is one of my go-to authors for comfort reads. I know what to expect no matter which era she's writing in--past, present, or future. I've already read several books in the Harmony series, but I decided it was time to start at the ...
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...
Moving review from amazon. Review Text: I am a big fan of the previous Jayne Castle books (Zinnia, Orchid, Amaryrillis, and Charmed) and was delighted to spot a new entry. I very much enjoyed this book and it had a lively paced plot. As a series fan, I found the additional material on other as...
As Cosmo said "good fun", not the worlds best novel a romance novel thinly disguised as Science Fiction, about a transparent as a window with plot, but readable. It’s the kind of book I read to remind me how good some other authors are. I have a soft spot for Ms Krentz as her stuff is readable pap b...
What a great start (real one) of the Harmony series. Wonderful introduction into the world, the history, and paranormal elements. And despite the fact it’s set in a foreign planet, in the (distant?) future, and the inhabitants all have paranormal abilities, it still reads like a pretty straightforwa...