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When All the Girls Have Gone by [Krentz, Jayne Ann]
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Praise for When All The Girls Have Gone

“Krentz returns with an intricately plotted romantic suspense novel that satisfies on every level, includes some clever twists with the senior community, and may open the door for a sequel. A terrific read by a stellar author.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“With its fast-paced plot spiked with unexpected twists and plenty of danger, snappy writing infused with tart wit, and a captivating pair of protagonists who could give Bogart and Bacall a run for their money when it comes to creating sexual sparks, Krentz’s latest superbly written tale ticks off every box on a romantic-suspense fan’s wish list.”—Booklist (starred review)

Praise for Secret Sisters
 
“A suspenseful, romantic escape.”—People
 
“Krentz’s focus always is on the relationship between her central characters: Complex, strong-willed and vulnerable, they’re at the heart of what might be her best work yet.”—The Seattle Times
 
“Fans of bestselling Krentz’s books once again hit the literary jackpot with Secret Sisters as the doyenne of sophisticated romantic suspense serves up another irresistible combination of sharply etched characters, suspenseful plotting, smoldering sexual chemistry, and wonderfully written dialogue that snaps, crackles, and pops with the author's distinctive wit.”—Booklist (starred review)
 
“Krentz expertly introduces plausible suspects, weaving in sexual tension between Jack and Madeline and terrifying uncertainty as someone strikes to eliminate the remaining secret-holders. Krentz scores another winner with complex characters and seamless plotting.”—Publishers Weekly
 
“The characters are engaging, and the story is intriguing. Krentz delivers another twisty, plot-driven romantic suspense novel, with two satisfying love stories in the mix.”—Kirkus Reviews
 
“With its cleverly constructed mysteries, excellently written characters, perfectly ominous setting, and just the right amount of romance, Secret Sisters is an addictive and exciting read.”—Tattooed Book Review (5 stars)
 
“Romantic suspense and Krentz are an unbeatable duo...mesmerizing...The bonus with this book—besides the fascinating mystery—is it also delivers two romantic relationships. Settle back and enjoy as Krentz takes you on one thrilling adventure!”—RT Book Reviews (4 1/2 stars, Top Pick)

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.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1836 KB
  • Print Length: 349 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0399174494
  • Publisher: Berkley (November 29, 2016)
  • Publication Date: November 29, 2016
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01COJUHBQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,260 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Okay, this book is definitely a romantic suspense . . . or maybe, a suspenseful romance? Either way, there is plenty of both in it.

One of the things I really liked about Max and Charlotte is they are ordinary people. Neither one is “stunningly attractive.” They both have to work to pay the bills. And they both have broken relationships in their past. They have problems, just like everybody else.

Max is definitely the strong, in charge type, but he doesn’t try to tell Charlotte what to do. Probably because he realizes it would be a waste of time. They both consider themselves plodders and use the phrase “one foot in front of the other” to describe themselves.

They are just likable people.

Now, the mystery. All I can say is Good Grief!

I had it figured out half way through the book.

I thought.

Nope. I was totally wrong.

Then, I decided it was someone else. How could I have missed that?

Nope, that wasn’t it.

And the plot continued to twist and turn. When the mystery is finally solved and all the questions are answered, I had an “oh, yeah” moment. There was nothing that came out of left field. I felt like I should have seen it all along.

And that makes for a great mystery. It kept me guessing, but all the clues were there.

Jayne Ann Krentz is a great romance author. I have been reading her books for years. However, she is also a wonderful suspense writer. I read her books for the romance and humor, but the plots completely grab me.

I haven’t seen anything that says there will be any sequels, but Max is one of three brothers. I really think (hope) we are going to get a trilogy at least.
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I am wavering between a three and a four. This didn't feel like a true Jayne Ann Krentz or any of her other writing personas-- the pace was so off. As always, one likes the main characters and their staunch defense of their loved ones. But it didn't crackle or spark the way so many of her books do. Perhaps the excuse is her "one foot in front of the other" characters, but as someone said, these are terrific versions of the same. Core message? Revenge does NOT turn out the way you hope and there's always splash back. A decent read. Even a good read. But not the full ride you expect from her. And I agree with all of those who say these cost too much for a kindle version. All of them do. I feel like it's worth going back and waiting for the used bargains.
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When All The Girls Have Gone is an exciting, perfectly paced, romantic suspense novel. I loved every page of this brilliantly crafted book and found it impossible to put down.
Madison Benson, the founder, and mastermind behind an exclusive investment club, carefully handpicked each of her four members. Every member was aware before joining her club that there would be a certain amount of risk involved. If a dangerous situation arose, though, every member, was assured, that they would receive the warning code, via email, in time for them to go into hiding.
When one of the members, Louise Flint was found dead, and another member rushed to the hospital; Jocelyn emailed the emergency code to Madison and Emily. Someone had discovered the true meaning of their club, and their lives were now in danger. Unfortunately, their little anonymous internet investment game had turned deadly.
Charlotte Sawyer was shocked to hear that her step-sister’s best friend Louise was dead. She was equally unnerved when Max Cutler, a private investigator, informed her that her stepsister, Jocelyn was missing. Charlotte and Max teamed up to unravel the mystery of Louise’s death and Jocelyn’s disappearance. As the two worked together, missing pieces and deaths started to pile up, along with their attraction and emotional bond to each other.
This novel had so many twists and turns and layers that it kept me guessing until the end. When All The Girls Have Gone is meticulously crafted and highly entertaining. I loved it!

Many thanks to the publisher, and NetGalley, for my complimentary advanced review copy.
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This book almost rated a five star review, but for a somewhat slow beginning. I had a harder time than usual getting into it. Possibly because there were several characters in the beginning, and it took time to figure out who's who.
What's what comes along much later, and is very well done.
Charlottes half sister, Jocelyn has disappeared, and not just to the techless retreat she is supposed to be a guest at.
That Something has happened to her is obvious, but is she hiding, or has her past finally caught up with her?
Determined to find her, and keep her safe, Charlotte enlists the help of a P.I., Max, who is working for a client whose cousin has been found dead of an apparent drug overdose.
The cousin believes his cousin, Louise, has been murdered. Charlotte is convinced he's right. Louise is Jocelyn's best friend, as well as a member of a small, very exclusive investment group who are about to do very well on one of their investments.
Without giving away any spoilers, I will just say there were many tangled threads in this romantic suspense story. As usual, Ms. Krentz handled them all deftly, knitting them together beautifully so they made a wonderful finished product; a terrific story!
Her main characters; Charlotte, and Max are both likable, and believable. I cared about them, and wanted them to have their happy ending.
The book is apparently the first of a trilogy. I'm so looking forward to reading the stories of Max's two brothers!
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