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  • Always a lovely addition

    I love all of these books and can’t wait for the new ones. The new books that seem to tie in all of Jayne castle, Amanda quick and Jane Ann kentz books. Great heroines, lively love interests and fun side kicks. Another adventure in the future!! Recommend all of her books no matter what series they are in.

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  • Good

    I love all of these books and can’t wait for the new ones.

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  • Perfect. More words would have weakened it.

    The usual masterful work from Jayne Castle. Harmony might be another planet, but its people are very relatable. I'm anticipating the next book in this series. Thank you, Jayne.

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  • A fun futuristic mystery/romance

    Lucy finds herself drugged, kidnapped, left in the underground hallucinating with no apparent way out, until Ghost Hunter Gabriel Jones, with the help of a dust bunny named Otis, shows up to rescue her. There’s an instant attraction, but Gabriel must ship off for the next assignment immediately, not realizing that the danger and drama has just begun for Lucy. No one believes Lucy’s story, thinking she got drunk, got lost and then had a mental breakdown, her work reputation goes down the toilet. Gabriel disappears and she has no one to back up her story. Now that Gabriel’s back in town as the new Guild Boss for Illusion Town, Lucy is less than pleased to see him. However, he plans on getting to the bottom of Lucy’s ordeal, while helping salvage her career. Guild Boss is set in a futuristic world reminiscent of Las Vegas with its glitzy lights and atmosphere with a darker underbelly and some paranormal oddities. Lucy and Gabriel are powerful talents in their field, and that makes Lucy a target for a larger conspiracy. They work together while Lucy works through her hard feelings toward Gabriel, and he tries to figure out whether Lucy’s recollection of the past wasn’t the product of her hallucinations. All the while battling constant dangers and the attraction brewing between them. Guild Boss was a fun, action-packed futuristic mystery with a steamy romance at the core. I haven’t read the previous books, it’s part of a larger series, but it works well as a standalone.

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  • Always an entertaining read

    Always an entertaining read with Jayne & Amanda. Love her world's, all of them! From history, to present, and into the future. Love the Dust Bunnies!

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