Untouchable

Untouchable

Jayne Ann Krentz / Sep 15, 2019

Untouchable A man s quest to find answers for those who are haunted by the past leads him deeper into the shadows in this electrifying novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Promise Not to

  • Title: Untouchable
  • Author: Jayne Ann Krentz
  • ISBN: Untouchable
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  • A man s quest to find answers for those who are haunted by the past leads him deeper into the shadows in this electrifying novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Promise Not to Tell.Quinton Zane is back.Jack Lancaster, consultant to the FBI, has always been drawn to the coldest of cold cases, the kind that law enforcement either considers unsolvable or else ha A man s quest to find answers for those who are haunted by the past leads him deeper into the shadows in this electrifying novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Promise Not to Tell.Quinton Zane is back.Jack Lancaster, consultant to the FBI, has always been drawn to the coldest of cold cases, the kind that law enforcement either considers unsolvable or else has chalked up to accidents or suicides As a survivor of a fire, he finds himself uniquely compelled by arson cases His almost preternatural ability to get inside the killer s head has garnered him a reputation in some circles and complicated his personal life The cases Jack solves, the closer he slips into the darkness His only solace is Winter Meadows, a meditation therapist After particularly grisly cases, Winter can lead Jack back to peace But as long as Quinton Zane is alive, Jack will not be at peace for long Having solidified his position as the power behind the throne of his biological family s hedge fund, Zane sets out to get rid of Anson Salinas s foster sons, starting with Jack Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 336 pages Published January 8th 2019 by Berkley More Details Original Title Untouchable ASIN B07C6H8GFG Series Cutler, Sutter, Salinas 3 Characters Jack Lancaster, Winter Meadows setting Seattle, Washington United States Other Editions 10 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Untouchable, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book January 2019 Most Anticipated Romances 127 books 1,802 voters Best of Jayne Ann Krentz 101 books 2 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jan 16, 2019 Jennifer TarHeelReader rated it really liked it Shelves 2018 reads, arcs, hard soft copy, berkley 3.5 stars Untouchable is my first book by Jayne Ann Krentz, and it s the third book in an established series Jack Lancaster is a consultant to the FBI, and he loves the challenge of cold cases, especially ones involving arson, as he himself is a survivor of a horrendous fire Jack is uniquely able to relate to a killer and that s how he solves his crimes, but sometimes that reliability bleeds over into his personal life Jack seeks help for his gift from Winter Meadows, a meditation therapist 3.5 stars Untouchable is my first book by Jayne Ann Krentz, and it s the third book in an established series Jack Lancaster is a consultant to the FBI, and he loves the challenge of cold cases, especially ones involving arson, as he himself is a survivor of a horrendous fire Jack is uniquely able to relate to a killer and that s how he solves his crimes, but sometimes that reliability bleeds over into his personal life Jack seeks help for his gift from Winter Meadows, a meditation therapist, who always brings him back from the dark Quinton Zane is an arch nemesis of Jack s, and Zane is now hunting Jack He is a cult leader who killed the parents of the children in a foster family, and Jack is one of the foster children for which he is searching Jack and Winter are two relatable and strong characters to get behind I also enjoyed the premise of the story, and especially how well Zane, the villain, was drawn Untouchable is an easy to read and engaging novel, and I think I would have gotten a tad out of it had I read the first two books, though it was a perfectly suitable read in its own right Thanks to Berkley for the complimentary copy All opinions are my own My reviews can also be found on my blog jennifertarheelreader flag 29 likesLike see review View 2 comments Jan 04, 2019 Mackenzie PhDiva Books rated it really liked it This heart pounding thriller had a bit of everything a fast paced plot, lucid dreams of a fire maze, a decades old mystery, a stone cold villain, and a dash of romance I know of Jayne Ann Krentz who doesn t She s published so much and under than one name , but this is the first book of hers I ve read It is such a fun read I can see why she s so popular, and I look forward to reading from her Untouchable felt like watching a movie I totally flew through it ReflectionI m a bit b This heart pounding thriller had a bit of everything a fast paced plot, lucid dreams of a fire maze, a decades old mystery, a stone cold villain, and a dash of romance I know of Jayne Ann Krentz who doesn t She s published so much and under than one name , but this is the first book of hers I ve read It is such a fun read I can see why she s so popular, and I look forward to reading from her Untouchable felt like watching a movie I totally flew through it ReflectionI m a bit bewildered when describing this book because on the one hand, I was a bit confused at the beginning and felt like I must have missed part of the story Then I realized that is because this is the third in a series But as I kept reading, I realized I hadn t missed anything at all This book completely works as a standalone and the storyline I thought I had picked up from another book is in fact contained in this story So give it a chance to unfold, readers I promise all will make sense I had a really fun time with this book It almost felt a bit like action verging on fantasy, because of the lucid dreaming storyline the dreams are fascinating , the hypnotism, and because of the academic professor turned detective with gorgeous eyes and a deadly fist I loved the few scenes narrated by the mysterious assassins you ll have to find out for yourself who they are They felt like characters from a movie clad in designer duds and sneaking around cleaning up messes for their boss.Winter is such a wonderful character We got glimpses of her story, and that is the one I thought I missed Trust me when I say you ll learn about the beautiful, haunted Winter I loved her backstory, as well as her character in the novel Her grounded approach to meditation and reflection might be just what Jack needs All together, this was a fun, heart racing thriller with a great ending Thank you to Berkley for my copy to review flag 25 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Jan 03, 2019 Berit rated it really liked it Shelves book besties, net galley A riveting romantic suspense with a large dose of suspense and a dab of romance, that kept me on my toes Jayne Ann Krentz is a comfort read for me, I remember reading her ages ago there are few authors I read both in my 20s and my 40s and JAK is one of them this is the third book in this series and the first book I read from what I can tell each book is self contained and about a different foster brother I think what I missed from not reading the previous books is the villain was n A riveting romantic suspense with a large dose of suspense and a dab of romance, that kept me on my toes Jayne Ann Krentz is a comfort read for me, I remember reading her ages ago there are few authors I read both in my 20s and my 40s and JAK is one of them this is the third book in this series and the first book I read from what I can tell each book is self contained and about a different foster brother I think what I missed from not reading the previous books is the villain was not completely fleshed out other than that I believe this book can absolutely be read as a standalone, but after reading this book you might want to go back and check out the other brothers stories.Jack is a consultant for the FBI working cold cases having lost his mother to a fire a lot of his investigation involves cases of fire, he also has some dream sleep issues I have to admit I never completely understood or bought into some of Jack s dream scenes in this book I think he was hunting for people in his dreams, I m not sure, I have to admit this was a pretty confusing part of this book in all honesty this did not need to be included, but that s my opinion The positive side of this dream searching was this is how he met Winter Meadows A meditation therapist with a fabulous name Soon after meeting, Jack and Winter had the bad guys after them this pursuit took them up and down the California coastI really liked how they investigated the criminals, I liked how Jack looked into the cold cases and put the pieces together I liked the chemistry between Jack and Winter I thought it very organic and I really love the character of Winter I would have really enjoyed an entire book just about her she was very strong and resourceful and sassy I also would have really loved some scenes with all three of the brothers, I really would ve liked to see that bond but perhaps that is something I missed in the previous books A fast paced, action packed, tension filled story that will appeal to fans of romantic suspense Recommend many thanks to Berkley for my copy of this book flag 20 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jan 11, 2019 Rachel rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves thriller and or action, romantic suspense 3.5 StarsJack Lancaster is one of the survivors of a barn fire set but cult leader, Quinton Zane to murder all the member s children twenty years ago His mother died that night, one of the many women murdered by Zane that same night Since then Jack and his foster brothers have been hunting Zane even though he disappeared and supposedly died in a yacht fire In the last book it was clear the maniac is very much alive, and aware of their investigative efforts putting all the brothers in danger 3.5 StarsJack Lancaster is one of the survivors of a barn fire set but cult leader, Quinton Zane to murder all the member s children twenty years ago His mother died that night, one of the many women murdered by Zane that same night Since then Jack and his foster brothers have been hunting Zane even though he disappeared and supposedly died in a yacht fire In the last book it was clear the maniac is very much alive, and aware of their investigative efforts putting all the brothers in danger Jack seems to be the special target of Zane because of his almost uncanny knack to predict the actions of criminals We meet Winter in the prologue as she uses her ability at hypnotism, which was pretty impressive Years later she s in Eclipse Bay, Oregon as a meditation therapist helping Jack to control his lucid dreaming, a tool he uses to sort out criminal cases He needs her expertise, because lately these dreams turn into nightmares of flames and darkness But Jack and Winter are thrown together as than therapist and client when Winter is violently attacked Untouchable was entertaining from page one, the kind of book you could easily knock out in an afternoon Lots of action, fast paced, but it didn t have the same zing that the previous book, Promise Not to Tell, had Also, there were parts that felt a little farfetched, and while I don t totally mind that given this is fiction, it does make it hard to buy into the story Still, with that said, it was an exciting, fun read A copy was kindly provided by Berkley in exchange for an honest review. flag 18 likesLike see review View 2 comments Dec 15, 2018 Kimberly rated it liked it Jack Lancaster consults for the FBI and works with his step brothers at Cutler, Sutter, Salinas Jack has an unusual gift It is one that allows him to investigate cold cases It also makes him Quinton Zane biggest treat.Winter Meadows, a meditation therapist has recently moved from the city after a bad experience with a client She rents the cottage across the way from Jack I have always found her profession to be interesting and immediately liked Winter.Jack uses a self created dreams Jack Lancaster consults for the FBI and works with his step brothers at Cutler, Sutter, Salinas Jack has an unusual gift It is one that allows him to investigate cold cases It also makes him Quinton Zane biggest treat.Winter Meadows, a meditation therapist has recently moved from the city after a bad experience with a client She rents the cottage across the way from Jack I have always found her profession to be interesting and immediately liked Winter.Jack uses a self created dreamscape to look for clues and solve cold cases particularly those involving arson While, he solves cases, Quinton Zane manages to stay one step ahead of him Jack has been experiences difficulty with his dreams It s becoming harder to manage the dreamscape, and he fears slipping into darkness Sessions with Winter helps him control the dreamscape I found this aspect fascinating with a hint of paranormal woo woo.It pleased me how Krentz wrapped up the case, but the romance and story fell flat for me Krentz has served the romantic elements in this series on the side, but I didn t feel the passion in this one The case had suspenseful moments, red herrings and fit neatly into the plot However, both the romance and the case had of a tell not show feel This typically isn t the case with Krentz and it prevented me from becoming immersed in the story and characters.Fans of suspense and murder mysteries served with a side of paranormal woo woo and romance will enjoy Untouchable and the Cutler Sutter Salinas trilogy This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer flag 12 likesLike see review View 2 comments Dec 29, 2018 Holly B added it Shelves crime police procedural, read in 2018, series Review to follow flag 9 likesLike see review Oct 07, 2018 RachelW BamaGal rated it it was ok Shelves arc Ehhh, didn t do anything for me The first two books weren t anything near great reads but at least contained enough of the stamp of Krentz talent to be readable This was borderline dull Vague over the top plotline, rambling, and no trademark snappy dialogue Even her favorite setting of Eclipse Bay got short shrift I have a hard time believing JAK even wrote this flag 6 likesLike see review View 2 comments Dec 17, 2018 Sophia rated it liked it Shelves 2019 coyer winter, net galley reads, romantic suspense Last year, I enjoyed the second book from this series out of order, of course, because I do that sort of thing when a book grabs my interest , Promise Not to Tell It was also only the second book I d read by the author and I was riveted to that story I could barely wait to read this one to see what came of that big reveal at the end of the book The final book, the final foster brother, and the big bad villain is back Untouchable is book three in a series about a foster family, an evil cult l Last year, I enjoyed the second book from this series out of order, of course, because I do that sort of thing when a book grabs my interest , Promise Not to Tell It was also only the second book I d read by the author and I was riveted to that story I could barely wait to read this one to see what came of that big reveal at the end of the book The final book, the final foster brother, and the big bad villain is back Untouchable is book three in a series about a foster family, an evil cult leader, and the women who find themselves along for the ride I think each book can be read out of order though this one does wrap up the series so it probably shouldn t be read first if someone is planning to catch all three.So, a family of an older man and three brothers not of blood, but held together by first circumstances and loyalty and now love are all doing their part to stop a true villain Zane, the cult leader who killed their parents and tried to destroy them in a fire is still out there They searched for him, but now the prey has become the predator Jack, the FBI analyst brother is the focus of this last segment of the story He delves into some of the darkest of cases particularly if arson is involved He has a gift for getting inside the criminal s mind and it helps him solve cases that others cannot But, it costs him The darkness and filth would take over so he relies on Winter, a therapist to help him Zane is gunning for Jack as the first to go down in the family that are all ranged against him to bring him down and stop him once and for all But, Winter is in danger, too She has a stalker and she s been attacked With all that is going on, this pair can still feel the spark of attraction and now that its not doctor patient, they might do something about it.So, I was champing at the bit for this one after I finished Promise Not to Tell I loved the adopted dad and brothers all fighting crime together and a good villain is always welcome Toss in a romance and I m happy If you re sensing a but , there is a little one.I honestly do not know what happened I read it and enjoyed it to a certain extent, but it didn t quite grab me like the book before it Maybe I let myself get too high an expectation or built up the villain as smarter than he ended up being I wanted a little romance development, but yet I didn t mind that the focus was elsewhere most of the time I liked what I got and liked Jack and Winter and the group introduced from the earlier books I enjoy how it felt like lots of unrelated stuff was going on until I saw how it corded together And, yet, I was somewhat detached other than a couple exciting spots Let s just say I don t have a solid reason beyond a few little niggles In summary, I enjoyed it and rooted on Jack and Winter I was thrilled to see Zane come crashing down after all he did to harm others I like the author s writing This was an easy read and engaging romantic suspense trilogy that I don t hesitate to recommend My thanks to Penguin Random House for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review flag 5 likesLike see review View 2 comments Jan 20, 2019 reeder reviews rated it liked it Recommends it for hardcore JAK fans Shelves project jak A long time ago, when JAK wrote romance instead of romantic suspense, she published Witchcraft, about an ex secret operative vintner who fell in love with a writer of romantic suspense The heroine in that book was a loner writing a series about a female PI who was a loner whose romantic interest was a loner who basically thought just like the female PI about all of life s important issues It drives the hero in Witchcraft crazy, btw He feels like he s competing against an unrealistic fantasy A long time ago, when JAK wrote romance instead of romantic suspense, she published Witchcraft, about an ex secret operative vintner who fell in love with a writer of romantic suspense The heroine in that book was a loner writing a series about a female PI who was a loner whose romantic interest was a loner who basically thought just like the female PI about all of life s important issues It drives the hero in Witchcraft crazy, btw He feels like he s competing against an unrealistic fantasy man I couldn t agree The pairing in Untouchable feels like the perfectly compatible lovers from that book within a book They re both scarred by childhood trauma, were rescued and lovingly raised by found families, and have quirky pseudo paranormal abilities him, lucid dreaming her, hypnosis that somehow isolate them from the general mating pool because others find them too weird Their interaction with each other is largely affirmative and supportive rather than frictive and challenging Their wry, clich strewn dialog sounds as if they re auditioning for the lead in CSI Miamiwhich isn t a good sign, since that show was cancelled 7 years ago.For the plot, JAK tossed Midnight Jewels pyromaniac cult leader with delusions of grandeur and a hot female assassin and Falling Awake lucid dreaming as a crime solving technique in a blender Lots of d j vu for long time JAK readers The result is definitely better than Falling Awake which may be the worst thing JAK has ever written , but it s hard for me to weigh it against Midnight Jewels, since that book falls in the bottom third of JAK s romances for me I tend to think most of her romances are better than most of her romantic suspense, but that s because I m reading for romance, not suspense The settings actually sparked joy in my heart we start off in Eclipse Bay from the Eclipse Bay and Arcane series and pay a visit to current day Burning Cove the setting of JAK s most recent Amanda Quick historical suspense novels JAK s fictional geography is collapsing into a singularity, and I couldn t be delighted With regards to reusing charactersWe meet up with Arizona Snow again in Eclipse Bay An aging conspiracy theorist with undiagnosed paranormal abilities, AZ pops up in every Eclipse Bay book She s comic relief with a bit of pathos, and her character is pretty consistent in all the books she appears in She s one note and can be plot convenient Where JAK stumbles in serialization and has for than 20 years is in revisiting her own protagonists The hero of Untouchable has two foster brothers who were the heroes of the two preceding books in the series They re here with their wives, and they are bland Blancmange Differentiated from the woodwork solely by their ability to shoot better than the hero because the brothers were in law enforcement, while the hero is kind of an academic Absolutely nothing about their appearance in this book inspires me to reread their books, even though I am a voracious rereader My kind theory is that JAK defines her protagonists as decision makers and doesn t know what to do with them when they re not leading the action My unkind theory is that she forgets their defining characteristics the moment she finishes the book they re in, so she s just name dropping without any attempt to recreate their former persona It s a pity this hero s book didn t come earlier in the series, because he has an annoying habit of expressing everything in terms of probabilities There s a 97% chance that side character will be killed by the villain and that kind of tic can be useful when recreating a character via shorthand.Three stars because the setting pleased me and the relationship bits could have been fleshed out into a satisfying romance if the author were still inclined to write romance I make no claims about the quality of the suspense plot I don t read suspense, so I don t know if I find all suspense predictable or just Krentz s I think the believability of the suspense plot is undermined by the lack of authenticity in Krentz s descriptions of the protagonists paranormal abilities I m not anti paranormal I like what Krentz does with intuition and pattern recognition in other contemporaries, as well as the talent prism thing from the St Helens series She s just turned lucid dreaming and hypnosis up to 11 here, and it comes across as ungrounded flag 4 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Jan 14, 2019 Sheila Melo rated it liked it FINAL DECISION A nice read, but not particularly memorable I wanted something between the main characters who seemed to have no obstacles in their relationship beyond external The second half of the book was definitely better than the first half I wanted to like this story than I actually did A good read, but I won t be thinking about it as a re readE STORY Jack Lancaster has turned his investigative talents to solving cold cases Because of his past, he is especially intrigue FINAL DECISION A nice read, but not particularly memorable I wanted something between the main characters who seemed to have no obstacles in their relationship beyond external The second half of the book was definitely better than the first half I wanted to like this story than I actually did A good read, but I won t be thinking about it as a re readE STORY Jack Lancaster has turned his investigative talents to solving cold cases Because of his past, he is especially intrigued by cases involving fire But his unique methods for solving these cases have taken their toll on him until he meets meditation expert Winter Meadows The one cold case that especially haunts Jack is the one involving Quinton Zane the con man who killed Jack and his brother s mothers in a blazing fire when the boys were teenagers Believed dead by law enforcement, Zane is alive and determined to eliminate the threat of Jack and his brothers beginning with Jack.OPINION This book was okay, but ultimately I found nothing particularly memorable about the book or story I ve been reading Krentz books since the 1980s and some books I really, really love and some are just so so This ended up being a good read, but nothing particularly memorable I did notice that the woo woo stuff is creeping into her stories again I am among her readers who were really disappointed when she abandoned her Arcane stories which I found unique and almost all of them are highly memorable.Her recent plain romantic suspense don t have the same energy for me This book has a hypnotism and a lucid dreaming angle that didn t work as well for me as the Arcane books, but I did feel that it added something unique about the characters The characters here pretty much didn t have any obstacles other than external That can work, but here it felt like they were already a couple before the book began in all the emotional ways that count That left me feeling that there wasn t really an emotional connection between the characters.The second half of the book which switches to focus on the suspense as the action heats up felt much better and I felt the book ended on a high note I did like that we got to see other characters from the series and some familiar places and people from Krentz s overall world are mentioned as well which rewards fans.This book just didn t rise of the level of the best of Krentz s work, so I felt disappointed even as the book itself was a good read.WORTH MENTIONING This book takes place in Eclipse Bay with a familiar secondary character for those who have followed Krentz s workNNECTED BOOKS UNTOUCHABLE is the third book in the Culter, Sutter Salinas series While there are some appearances by overlapping characters, these books can be read as standalonesAR RATING I give this book 3 stars.This review was originally posted on Top10RomanceBooks flag 3 likesLike see review Dec 25, 2018 Kimberly rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves contemporary, mystery suspense thriller, romance, review, read 2018 3.5 stars Reviewed for Wit and Sin Foster brothers Jack Lancaster, Max Cutler, and Cabot Sutter were all raised in a cult until one hellish night when cult leader Quinton Zane burned down the compound, leaving them orphans Supposedly Zane died years ago, but Jack, Max, Cabot, and their rescuer foster father, Anson Salinas, know better After years of chasing shadows, the man behind their trauma is within their grasp if they can survive his machinations Because Zane is tired of hiding, and w 3.5 stars Reviewed for Wit and Sin Foster brothers Jack Lancaster, Max Cutler, and Cabot Sutter were all raised in a cult until one hellish night when cult leader Quinton Zane burned down the compound, leaving them orphans Supposedly Zane died years ago, but Jack, Max, Cabot, and their rescuer foster father, Anson Salinas, know better After years of chasing shadows, the man behind their trauma is within their grasp if they can survive his machinations Because Zane is tired of hiding, and with a fortune on the line he needs to eliminate the threat the four men who know too much about him present And he s going to start with Jack Untouchable is an entertaining read that brings the hunt for Quinton Zane to a satisfying conclusion Jack and Winter are cerebral characters which gives them and their romance a slightly different dynamic They re an interesting pair a focused hunter haunted by the past who works cold cases and a skilled hypnotist with ghosts of her own I loved watching how Jack s mind worked through cases and he definitely fascinated me Winter is the only person who can bring him back when he goes too far into his own head and her skills are interesting in their own right They fit one another well, they have solid if understated chemistry, and there s definitely passion Yet while I liked them together, I won t deny that there was a certain ineffable spark that was missing, thus making the love story feel a bit by the numbers I ll be honest and say that this didn t bother me overmuch, but I do think it s worth mentioning because other readers may not be as content.As one might expect from the final book in the trilogy, the resolution of the Quinton Zane plotline shifts the balance toward suspense Zane has been the bogeyman of the series the charismatic, pyromaniac cult leader who is a brilliant con man capable of eluding capture for decades The problem with having such a powerful villain is that they work better as a shadowy, unseen figure than they do as a main antagonist There s so much buildup in When All the Girls Have Gone and Promise Not to Tell that there s no way one human man could deliver when he ultimately appears at least if you want him to be plausibly defeated by the heroes and heroines For me, Zane was the weak point in Untouchable and I wished some of the much touted charisma and cleverness had shown to make him a stronger villain That being said, the action scenes were still exciting and the hunt itself was entertaining Jayne Ann Krentz knows how to keep the pages turning and the story engaging, so I can forgive some of the weaker points in the story because I enjoyed it, flaws and all Untouchable is the third book in the Cutler, Sutter Salinas series but it can be read as a standalone I enjoyed revisiting beloved characters and I got a kick out seeing Jack and Winter in towns from other Jayne Ann Krentz Amanda Quick books who doesn t love a good Easter egg So while Untouchable has its flaws, it was still a solid read and a satisfying end to the Cutler, Sutter Salinas trilogy FTC Disclosure I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. flag 3 likesLike see review Jan 08, 2019 The Angry Reader rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves arcs, 2019 ARC received for an honest review I don t think this was just a case of poor timing This book simply did not go down well First and foremost, what happened to all of the contractions It s disconcerting to read I will not or she did not or he is on his way At some points I would say the sentence out loud to feel how foreign and jerky it was on my tongue.Second, the characters didn t evolve beyond the shallowest ideas of themselves I don t know why they did what the did and if we ARC received for an honest review I don t think this was just a case of poor timing This book simply did not go down well First and foremost, what happened to all of the contractions It s disconcerting to read I will not or she did not or he is on his way At some points I would say the sentence out loud to feel how foreign and jerky it was on my tongue.Second, the characters didn t evolve beyond the shallowest ideas of themselves I don t know why they did what the did and if we can t reach the point where I can respect their motives, we re going to be in trouble The hero consistently referred to himself as a conspiracy theorist while looking to the heroine to deny it thus cementing their lurve It was repetitious and silly for both of them I don t think adults connect in that manner He also gave a statistical probability for everything So Annoying.It was a fast read And I think if you re in the mood for a quick easy caper there s a 37% chance you ll enjoy this There s a 98% chance that you need to read the two earlier books in the series for this to make sense If you can t handle me doing this about 15 times there s a 100% chance you re not going to enjoy this book flag 3 likesLike see review Jan 06, 2019 BookAddict La Crimson Femme rated it really liked it Shelves arc, romantic suspense, netgalley reviews Highly satisfying end to this romantic suspense trilogy The third foster brother, Jack Lancaster is up front and center with his story I loved Jack Jack, like his foster brothers, is an honourable man with a traumatizing past What I loved most about Jack is how impressive his minds works The constant answers with probability both amused and charmed me His unique way to figure out issues through lucid dreaming appeals to me As a person who both lucid dreams and at times solves issues throu Highly satisfying end to this romantic suspense trilogy The third foster brother, Jack Lancaster is up front and center with his story I loved Jack Jack, like his foster brothers, is an honourable man with a traumatizing past What I loved most about Jack is how impressive his minds works The constant answers with probability both amused and charmed me His unique way to figure out issues through lucid dreaming appeals to me As a person who both lucid dreams and at times solves issues through dreaming, I can understand Jack s method I wish I was able to do as much as Jack because his brain power is at a much higher level To match Jack s character, Ms Krentz gives us Winter Meadows.Winter may come across as a woo woo free age fruit loop, but that would be inaccurate Winter s history as it unfolds is an equality tragic one My heart breaks for children whose parents pass away and there are no plans in place to take care of the child The depression hell hole of many foster situations is alarming There are hundreds of foster children every year who die because of neglect or abuse Ms Krentz lightly touches upon the horrors of a child abandoned She doesn t dwell on it and bring a reader down Instead, she gives a potential positive spin and hope of a better life for these foster kids I can only hope life would imitate art in this instance I digress.In this third installment which can be read as a standalone, Jack s nemesis is back and the end game begins I do recommend the previous books be read to better appreciate the gravity of the situation and clear understanding of why this manhunt is so critical As Jack hunts for Quinton Zane, Zane s own history unfolds and it is also a dark one It seems the experiences of a child during the formative years can define how they will become as an adult The story builds slowly to the climatic showdown The action scenes occur in short bursts I felt as if the story spent time with relationship building and character development At times, I wanted the story to move along so I could get to the action parts Although, the secondary characters do add an extra layer of complexity I particularly enjoyed the cross reference with Arizona Snow and Eclipse Bay This was a surprise and it felt like a homecoming as I recognized both the place and a pivotal character, Arizona I thoroughly enjoyed this book The ending came a bit swifter than anticipated It ended beautifully with all lose ends tied off This romantic suspense is recommended to all readers provided by NetGalley flag 3 likesLike see review Jan 05, 2019 Hannah rated it it was amazing ARC REVIEW Book three of the Cutler, Sutter, and Salinas series this book is the conclusion to the guys past This could be read as a standalone their history is explained in each book with the main character personal history as the focus but to get the full effect of hatred these guys have for Quinten Zane I would recommend reading all the books I have been a fan of JAK for years now so I m no stranger to Burning Cove or Jack and Winter s landlady, Arizona Snow, I was so happy to see her Jack ARC REVIEW Book three of the Cutler, Sutter, and Salinas series this book is the conclusion to the guys past This could be read as a standalone their history is explained in each book with the main character personal history as the focus but to get the full effect of hatred these guys have for Quinten Zane I would recommend reading all the books I have been a fan of JAK for years now so I m no stranger to Burning Cove or Jack and Winter s landlady, Arizona Snow, I was so happy to see her Jack Lancaster is special he can see patterns where no one else can its one reason he makes such a good cold case investigator Winter Meadows comes from a long line of hypnotist it s an innate talent that also has a long line of screwing up lives so Winter reinvented herself as a meditation coach and a dream guide Jack has vivid dreams that seem to get away from him and no doctor or sleep expert has been able to help they just think he s delusional Jack is skeptical about Winter when he first meets her but one session proved him a believer in her After a month he s already got a handle on his dreams and when he s in her company he s the most comfortable he s ever been On the night of their first date Winter s past comes tearing into her living room and tries to kill her Jack manages to save her but when her attacker mysteriously dies at the hospital before he can talk to the police Jack realizes it was than just a coincidence and it all goes back to Zane Zane and Jack engage in a mental game of chess as they try and out guess the other Zane s plans are finally coming together but first he must get rid of Jack, Cabot, and Max but despite Jack s lack of police training he is the most dangerous one to Zane and must be taken care of first However Zane s first mistake was going after Winter after that it was a back and forth struggle because this time Zane isn t working alone and Jack and Winter are dodging two mercenaries at every turn Up and Down the coastline Winter and Jack try and figure out Zane s end game and how to stop him before he gets away again Overall, I loved this book it was a great way to close that chapter on their past with Zane I do hope that JAK isn t done with them yet they are great characters and I d like to see their business expand to include investigators, but if not it was a great conclusion This is written third person, you really think your being omniscient as it has a shared perspective of Jack and Winter and also the bad guys but it still manages to surprise you I liked the uncertainty of the relationship between Jack and Winter and how hesitant they both were to start or admit anything but once they did they were all in 100% and nothing could stop them or keep them from winning flag 3 likesLike see review Kat Valentine Fabulous review Hannah Jan 30, 2019 02 36PM Hannah Thank you Jan 30, 2019 05 36PM Jan 26, 2019 JoAn rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves mystery Untouchable by Jayne Ann Krentz was the very satisfactory conclusion to the Cutler, Sutter Salinas trilogy.A tighly woven plot, strong character development and suspense kept me turning the pages until I was finished Quinton Zane was definitely one of those characters I loved to hate cold, calculating and totally ruthless Jack Lancaster and Winter Meadows were likable and talented Lucid dreamding is an area that I have always found fascinating and one that Ms Krentz has written about Untouchable by Jayne Ann Krentz was the very satisfactory conclusion to the Cutler, Sutter Salinas trilogy.A tighly woven plot, strong character development and suspense kept me turning the pages until I was finished Quinton Zane was definitely one of those characters I loved to hate cold, calculating and totally ruthless Jack Lancaster and Winter Meadows were likable and talented Lucid dreamding is an area that I have always found fascinating and one that Ms Krentz has written about before Falling Awake but this time it was treated along the lines of self hypnonsis The tension and suspense were perfect and the ending fiery and dramatic I loved it flag 3 likesLike see review Dec 13, 2018 Cheryl rated it it was ok I have not read the prior two novels in this series but I had no issues jumping right into this book This book can be read as a stand alone novel For me, I was not really experiencing the chemistry between Quinton and Jack In fact, I found myself struggling to connect to the characters and thus in turn I could not connect with the story as well It was not for a lack of effort as I did finish this book However, I will say that I barely remember much details about what transpired within the p I have not read the prior two novels in this series but I had no issues jumping right into this book This book can be read as a stand alone novel For me, I was not really experiencing the chemistry between Quinton and Jack In fact, I found myself struggling to connect to the characters and thus in turn I could not connect with the story as well It was not for a lack of effort as I did finish this book However, I will say that I barely remember much details about what transpired within the pages of this book You can say that this book was not my cup of tea flag 3 likesLike see review Oct 03, 2018 Lark of The Bookwyrms Hoard rated it liked it Shelves 2019 release, romantic suspense, arc, kindle 3.5 stars Untouchable offers the high octane romantic suspense I ve come to expect from Jayne Ann Krentz, but less of the humor and snappy dialog that are also her hallmarks The plot moves briskly, introducing complications from the very beginning As the third book in a trilogy involving three brothers and the tragedy that left them orphans, I anticipated answers and closure to the mystery that has haunted all three, and Krentz gave me both.Neither the hero and the heroine struck me as particu 3.5 stars Untouchable offers the high octane romantic suspense I ve come to expect from Jayne Ann Krentz, but less of the humor and snappy dialog that are also her hallmarks The plot moves briskly, introducing complications from the very beginning As the third book in a trilogy involving three brothers and the tragedy that left them orphans, I anticipated answers and closure to the mystery that has haunted all three, and Krentz gave me both.Neither the hero and the heroine struck me as particularly original both are reminiscent of main characters from a number of Krentz s other books She also rehashes some themes from earlier books lucid dreaming a talent for hypnosis bordering on the psychic a talent for sifting through a myriad of data and perceiving patterns rather like Fallon Jones s chaos talent In fact, reading Untouchable felt a bit like encountering the ghosts of other novels The inclusion of Eclipse Bay and Arizona Snow, which both appear in several other series and stand alones, only enhanced that effect.None of the familiar elements diminished my enjoyment of the book to any great extent Krentz may be formulaic, but she knows how to tell a story More than that, she knows her brand and what her readers expect, and she delivers Untouchable may not be Krentz at the very top of her game, but it s an entertaining ride all the way ARCtober2018 flag 3 likesLike see review Nov 29, 2018 Kathy rated it liked it I ll be honest, I don t know what to say about this one I m a huge Kretnz Quick Castle fan, but this book just seemedformulaic It was very well written and flowed well and the characters are well written, but the entire time, you just feel that this is the 14th time you ve read the same book and the characters, even the villain, are cardboard cut outs More to the point, I found I had to force myself through the book, which I ve never had to do for a Krentz book before I ve never come acro I ll be honest, I don t know what to say about this one I m a huge Kretnz Quick Castle fan, but this book just seemedformulaic It was very well written and flowed well and the characters are well written, but the entire time, you just feel that this is the 14th time you ve read the same book and the characters, even the villain, are cardboard cut outs More to the point, I found I had to force myself through the book, which I ve never had to do for a Krentz book before I ve never come across one that was so boring Honestly, I think the author is bored too Maybe it s time for her to try something completely different At the very least, I d like to read something where the hero and heroine aren t so similar to all her other heroes and heroines Hangnails, OCD, bad dress sensesomething Three stars because even though it had major issues, it s still a Krentz book flag 3 likesLike see review Dec 31, 2018 The Romance Book Disciple Samantha rated it liked it review of another edition Krentz is a master of romantic suspense and Untouchable brings that suspense factor back full force Cult leader out for revenge Heck yeah I am not sure why I find books about evil cults so fascinating, but I really do.If you haven t read the previous 2 books in the series, its okay All you really need to know is that 3 boys were fostered together by a man and they formed their own little family of sorts Another plus in my book is that Jack works for the FBI as an analyst Another trope I ad Krentz is a master of romantic suspense and Untouchable brings that suspense factor back full force Cult leader out for revenge Heck yeah I am not sure why I find books about evil cults so fascinating, but I really do.If you haven t read the previous 2 books in the series, its okay All you really need to know is that 3 boys were fostered together by a man and they formed their own little family of sorts Another plus in my book is that Jack works for the FBI as an analyst Another trope I adore Its a bit of a cat and mouse game between Zane, the cult leader, and Jack for most of the book However, once Winter, his new age guru meditation specialist , is in danger from a stalker, she and Jack move from doctor patient to man saving woman.I thought the plot was well written and moved at a good pace Krentz does write good suspense What was missing for me was the romance Don t get me wrong, there is a romance between Jack and Winter I just didn t buy it I felt like there wasn t anything between them It fell really flat for me However, my interest in the tension between Zane and Jack kept me reading I think this would have been better if there was no romance at all It felt forced into the story and, for the first time in my life, I liked the romance less than the rest of the story Weird, right flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 12, 2019 farmwifetwo rated it it was ok Shelves romance romantic suspense, paranoramal Huh Not at all like the first 2 in the series No character growth The bad guy took too many pgs, too many bad guys, and it made no sense why he wanted them dead nor why the elaborate plots with Winter.She did the lucid dreaming before but this one was too simple and too easy.I just wasn t impressed Nothing big, just little bits and pieces that added up.2 stars because I finished it flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 13, 2019 Marlene rated it really liked it Originally published at Reading Reality They say you can buy anything online these days In this case, the they in question are the two protagonists in Untouchable Certainly one of the anything you can buy is a good book.Unfortunately, while Untouchable isn t a bad read at all, it just doesn t quite live up to the thrill a minute pace of its predecessors, When All the Girls Have Gone and Promise Not to Tell But anyone who has read the first two really needs to read this one as well Becau Originally published at Reading Reality They say you can buy anything online these days In this case, the they in question are the two protagonists in Untouchable Certainly one of the anything you can buy is a good book.Unfortunately, while Untouchable isn t a bad read at all, it just doesn t quite live up to the thrill a minute pace of its predecessors, When All the Girls Have Gone and Promise Not to Tell But anyone who has read the first two really needs to read this one as well Because Untouchable is where we finally get the closure that we ve along with Max Cutler, Caleb Sutter and Anson Salinas have been waiting for.Jack Lancaster is the fourth Musketeer of the private investigations firm of Cutler, Sutter and Salinas He s one of the children that retired police officer Anson Salinas rescued from the fire that was intended to tie up all of the loose ends at Quinton Zane s cult headquarters It almost worked The fire covered Zane s tracks and killed all the adults in the compound, including the mothers of all three boys.And it left those boys, along with their foster father, with a burning desire to bring Quinton Zane to justice no matter how many times Zane managed to fake his own death, or how long it might take.The cases that Max Cutler When All the Girls Have Gone and Caleb Sutter Promise Not to Tell have solved have led the team to the conclusion that Quinton Zane isn t just alive, but that he s back in the U.S after years abroad.Now it s Jack s turn to do what he does best put all the nebulous pieces together and solve the ice cold case that began in so much fire.Escape Rating B I m putting the rating in early in the review so that I can talk about the story in a bit detail.I m in a bit of a quandary, because the closure provided by this story is really necessary after the first two books in the series But in the end, it just doesn t live up to them I m not sure that s a big problem, because it also can t be read as a standalone So much of the tension in this story revolves around Jack s and his foster father and brothers lifelong obsession with Quinton Zane If you weren t there for the first books you re not going be interested in this one.This book also has a feel that reminds me a lot of the author s Arcane Society books Jack s talent for lucid dreaming, and the way that it is expressed, reads a lot like the way that Arcane talents manifest in the Dreamlight trilogy, and Jack himself reads a lot like one of the hunters from Harmony.Winter Meadows master of hypnotism also fits right into the Arcane Society As does the conspiracy theorist Arizona Snow Both Snow and the little town of Eclipse Bay feature in Running Hot, a story in the Arcane Society series There s also a nod to Burning Cove the location of her currently in progress historical romantic suspense series under her Amanda Quick pen name.So this story contains a lot of nods to other places and scenarios that this author has created Not enough to pull readers unfamiliar out of this story, but certainly enough to put a smile of recognition on the face of those who ARE familiar.As romantic suspense, Untouchable needs both a mystery thriller plot and a romantic element The mystery is provided by the cat and mouse game between Jack and Quinton Zane The romance is provided by the relationship that springs up between Jack and Winter Meadows.And while their love scenes are plenty hot, there s not enough emotional build up to sell the romance Not that we don t want them to find their HEA, but we don t feel with them enough Or at least I didn t Your mileage, of course, may vary.In the end the wrap up of the series was satisfactory, but the individual entry in it was not I usually love this author and wish that I d liked this book better I m now very curious to see how her next book, Tightrope, third in the Burning Cove series written as Amanda Quick, works for me and everyone else flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 08, 2019 Rose Blue rated it it was amazing As reviewed at Roses Are Blue Lancaster and his foster brothers were saved from a fiery death at the hands of a madman as teenagers Their mothers tragically didn t survive the incident, and the policeman who rescued the boys, Anson Salinas, became their foster father As the boys grew into men, their goal was to find the cult leader, then known as Quinton Zane, and bring him to justice The cunning and elusive killer has managed to avoid all their attempts to track As reviewed at Roses Are Blue Lancaster and his foster brothers were saved from a fiery death at the hands of a madman as teenagers Their mothers tragically didn t survive the incident, and the policeman who rescued the boys, Anson Salinas, became their foster father As the boys grew into men, their goal was to find the cult leader, then known as Quinton Zane, and bring him to justice The cunning and elusive killer has managed to avoid all their attempts to track him, but they are sure he s still out there, planning his next con Jack is a cold case investigator, and has the uncanny ability to lucid dream, meaning he s partially awake and able to manipulate his dreams, which often allows him clarity in the cases he s working on When his fiery dreams begin to take a disturbing turn, Jack seeks help from sleep specialists, who seem to fear his ability and are unable to help him Though expecting another failure, Jack seeks the help of Winter Meadows.Winter is a former foster child herself, and is trying to start her own business as a meditation instructor Winter has an impressive talent for hypnosis, and that, coupled with her intuition and intelligence, has caused her to be either feared or taken advantage of in the past She s able to steer Jack into a new direction which offers him much control over his dreams Though not very lucky in the romance department, Winter is greatly attracted to Jack, and hopes that he might feel something similar for her.When an attempt is made on Winter s life, and Jack rescues her, it s just the beginning of a deadly scheme, put in place by none other than the man formerly known as Quinton Zane Lucan Tazewell is the new identity that the con man has assumed He knows that the foster brothers will never rest until he is dead or in prison, so he s decided that it s time to remove them permanently He feels that Jack is the most dangerous to him and must be taken care of first.Jack confides his history to Winter, only to find her accepting and supportive, unlike almost everyone else in his past She doesn t think he s crazy or delusional, and, in turn, he accepts her abilities without fear This acceptance of each other, added to the attraction they both are feeling, opens up a whole new level of intimacy and sharing and belonging that they have never been able to achieve with any other person UNTOUCHABLE has all of the elements that I love, and that hooked me on author Jayne Ann Krentz s books The story is exciting and fast paced The hero and heroine are strong, intelligent, and unusual people, who have felt alone and somewhat outcast I felt the genuine love between Jack and Winter, as well as their steamy passion I cared about both of these characters and was so happy to see them find a true match and acceptance Their romance is as significant to the story as is the suspense, which is the perfect balance for me, and I loved seeing them work together as well as love together UNTOUCHABLE is truly a page turner, but with plenty of warmth and heart to make it a very satisfying read for fans of both romance and suspense flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 30, 2019 Suzanne rated it really liked it Krentz is one of my go to authors for romantic suspense She always delivers when it comes to a good mystery,great action and the main characters always have plenty of chemistry and entertaining relationships Untouchable had all of this and.This will be added in among my favourites because of the slight paranormal element I love the twists Krentz puts on the paranormal talents of her characters I found the MC s talents in this story interesting I would love for Jack and Fallon Jones to Krentz is one of my go to authors for romantic suspense She always delivers when it comes to a good mystery,great action and the main characters always have plenty of chemistry and entertaining relationships Untouchable had all of this and.This will be added in among my favourites because of the slight paranormal element I love the twists Krentz puts on the paranormal talents of her characters I found the MC s talents in this story interesting I would love for Jack and Fallon Jones to meet I think that would be a hell of a conversation Also alot of this story takes place in Eclipse Bay so now I just want to go re read thoseand the Arcane bookshell just all of them really Continuity is something that Krentz really excells at,which is one of the reasons I find her books so immersive.I inhaled this book in a single sitting It was the perfect book to cosy up with on a freezing winters night flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 10, 2019 Maggie Boyd rated it did not like it Shelves 2019 reading year, contemporary I love urban fantasy and gothic mysteries, both of which combine magic and reality to create something enigmatic and mystical There is a way to do it badly, however, and JAK excelled at that in this book Winter is an extraordinary hypnotist Give her a beam of light and she can place anyone under her spell Jack solves cold cases through lucid dreaming He guides his subconscious as it works through the details of the case Winter helps Jack use meditation to deepen and better control his luci I love urban fantasy and gothic mysteries, both of which combine magic and reality to create something enigmatic and mystical There is a way to do it badly, however, and JAK excelled at that in this book Winter is an extraordinary hypnotist Give her a beam of light and she can place anyone under her spell Jack solves cold cases through lucid dreaming He guides his subconscious as it works through the details of the case Winter helps Jack use meditation to deepen and better control his lucid dreaming The two have just begun exploring the possibilities of a relationship when their pasts collide with their present.There is nothing cheesier than using magic to solve the problems characters may face There should be pretium virtutis price of power to counter balance the gift Here, Winter s gift is cost free and completely magical Also completely ridiculous Add to that the fact that the leads have no chemistry whatsoever and you have one completely disappointing book flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 01, 2019 Avid Reader rated it really liked it Untouchable Cutler, Sutter, Salinas 3 by Jayne Ann Krentz4 starsM F ThrillerTriggers Stalking, Murder, ArsonI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.Jack Lancaster is at is again While he s trying to figure out if there is a connection between several fires all around, he also happens upon Winter who is also kind of hiding out Winter has an ability that has saved her on numerous occasions She can hypnotize people at will But, with her ability, she has someone who Untouchable Cutler, Sutter, Salinas 3 by Jayne Ann Krentz4 starsM F ThrillerTriggers Stalking, Murder, ArsonI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.Jack Lancaster is at is again While he s trying to figure out if there is a connection between several fires all around, he also happens upon Winter who is also kind of hiding out Winter has an ability that has saved her on numerous occasions She can hypnotize people at will But, with her ability, she has someone who is stalking her and she knows that if she doesn t escape, it will come to violence Winter and Jack have to team up in order to solve the mystery of who is trying to kill them They also have the added issue of not knowing who the real target is While this was an enjoyable read, I liked book 2 much I thought that this one was well developed, but it lacked chemistry between the two main characters Also, the bad guy was difficult for me to relate to Overall, this was OK, but it was missing something to really grab the audience flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 08, 2019 Kathy rated it really liked it review of another edition Jayne Ann Krentz always delights and this newest book from Eclipse Bay is intriguing Jack and Winter both have psychic abilities which can cause as much trouble as be helpful Jack has trouble controlling his lucid dreaming and Winter helps him with that while they track a serial killer The suspense kept me reading to find out what was going to happen next I appreciated the way Winter took Jack s talent in stride and he believed in her too he was the first man that didn t get scared away I Jayne Ann Krentz always delights and this newest book from Eclipse Bay is intriguing Jack and Winter both have psychic abilities which can cause as much trouble as be helpful Jack has trouble controlling his lucid dreaming and Winter helps him with that while they track a serial killer The suspense kept me reading to find out what was going to happen next I appreciated the way Winter took Jack s talent in stride and he believed in her too he was the first man that didn t get scared away I loved seeing Arizona Snow again The happy ending was satisfying and it s an overall good read flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 02, 2019 Susan rated it it was ok Shelves romance Fifteen years before showing up in Eclipse Bay, Winter was a runaway spending time in multiple foster homes she is determined to stay safe from the monsters roaming the streets.However, she meets Jack Lancaster, a lucid dreamer, who has realized the will he never go away Quentin Zane is alive this news threatens Lancaster and his brothers and father as they were all there the fateful night Zane burned down the cult housing were he had immured everyone Only a few escape.Present Day in Eclips Fifteen years before showing up in Eclipse Bay, Winter was a runaway spending time in multiple foster homes she is determined to stay safe from the monsters roaming the streets.However, she meets Jack Lancaster, a lucid dreamer, who has realized the will he never go away Quentin Zane is alive this news threatens Lancaster and his brothers and father as they were all there the fateful night Zane burned down the cult housing were he had immured everyone Only a few escape.Present Day in Eclipse Bay, Winter and Jack are destined to meet Winter is now a target of Zane.Someone is trying to kill anyone who knew Zane once upon a time.I generally love Jayne Anne Krentz, but I found UNTOUCHABLE aptly titled I spent the first 25% of the book checking the copyright I was sure I had read this before This happened a lot in that first 25% And then I found that I had read this before in every other novel using the Eclipse Bay setting.This reads like a fill in the blanks story We ve read it all before, and now we are just slotting in new names.I almost always love Jayne Anne Krentz this book was a disappointment flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 10, 2019 Marisa rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves ebook, biblioteca, part of a series, next in a series, romance, romance suspense, half star, 2019 flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 15, 2019 Jennifer rated it it was ok Shelves contemporary Only just ok A very quick and light read flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 13, 2019 Anna Amato rated it really liked it Sometimes you just have to read something that you just know will be interesting, well thought out, entertaining and of course sexy and a little paranormal She didn t add paranormal to the first two so it was an interesting twist and not overdone I liked it flag 1 likeLike see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers Also Enjoyed

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        The author of over 50 consecutive New York Times bestsellers, JAYNE ANN KRENTZ writes romantic suspense in three different worlds Contemporary as Jayne Ann Krentz , historical as Amanda Quick and futuristic as Jayne Castle There are over 30 million copies of her books in print She earned a B.A in History from the University of California at Santa Cruz and went on to obtain a Masters degre The author of over 50 consecutive New York Times bestsellers, JAYNE ANN KRENTZ writes romantic suspense in three different worlds Contemporary as Jayne Ann Krentz , historical as Amanda Quick and futuristic as Jayne Castle There are over 30 million copies of her books in print She earned a B.A in History from the University of California at Santa Cruz and went on to obtain a Masters degree in Library Science from San Jose State University in California Before she began writing full time she worked as a librarian in both academic and corporate libraries.Ms Krentz is married and lives with her husband, Frank, in Seattle, Washington


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    1. 3.5 stars Untouchable is my first book by Jayne Ann Krentz, and it s the third book in an established series Jack Lancaster is a consultant to the FBI, and he loves the challenge of cold cases, especially ones involving arson, as he himself is a survivor of a horrendous fire Jack is uniquely able to relate to a killer and that s how he solves his crimes, but sometimes that reliability bleeds over into his personal life Jack seeks help for his gift from Winter Meadows, a meditation therapist 3.5 [...]


    2. This heart pounding thriller had a bit of everything a fast paced plot, lucid dreams of a fire maze, a decades old mystery, a stone cold villain, and a dash of romance I know of Jayne Ann Krentz who doesn t She s published so much and under than one name , but this is the first book of hers I ve read It is such a fun read I can see why she s so popular, and I look forward to reading from her Untouchable felt like watching a movie I totally flew through it ReflectionI m a bit b This heart pound [...]


    3. A riveting romantic suspense with a large dose of suspense and a dab of romance, that kept me on my toes Jayne Ann Krentz is a comfort read for me, I remember reading her ages ago there are few authors I read both in my 20s and my 40s and JAK is one of them this is the third book in this series and the first book I read from what I can tell each book is self contained and about a different foster brother I think what I missed from not reading the previous books is the villain was n A riveting ro [...]


    4. 3.5 StarsJack Lancaster is one of the survivors of a barn fire set but cult leader, Quinton Zane to murder all the member s children twenty years ago His mother died that night, one of the many women murdered by Zane that same night Since then Jack and his foster brothers have been hunting Zane even though he disappeared and supposedly died in a yacht fire In the last book it was clear the maniac is very much alive, and aware of their investigative efforts putting all the brothers in danger 3.5 [...]


    5. Jack Lancaster consults for the FBI and works with his step brothers at Cutler, Sutter, Salinas Jack has an unusual gift It is one that allows him to investigate cold cases It also makes him Quinton Zane biggest treat.Winter Meadows, a meditation therapist has recently moved from the city after a bad experience with a client She rents the cottage across the way from Jack I have always found her profession to be interesting and immediately liked Winter.Jack uses a self created dreams Jack Lancast [...]



    6. Ehhh, didn t do anything for me The first two books weren t anything near great reads but at least contained enough of the stamp of Krentz talent to be readable This was borderline dull Vague over the top plotline, rambling, and no trademark snappy dialogue Even her favorite setting of Eclipse Bay got short shrift I have a hard time believing JAK even wrote this.


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