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    Amazing

    It was , exciting and full of adventures. Totally love the AZ was a part of it.
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    Finito!

    What a trip. And great twists and turns. Love the didn't see that comings, and oh nos, the hurrays and laughs. Great read and worth the wait.
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    Good ending to this trilogy

    In the third book of the Sons of Anson Salinas trilogy by Jayne Ann Krentz, we get the conclusion of the story arc that began when Quentin Zane set fire to the compound he'd set up to bilk people out of money. Three boys were left with no one, so Anson Salinas took them in and raised them as his own. This book tells the story of the third boy, Jack Lancaster. I've been waiting for Untouchable since I finished Promise Not to Tell, last year! How would it end? What twists would the author put in the book to lead us one way while she wrote the story the other? I do wonder, if Quentin Zane hadn't become so involved in his past, would he have made the mistakes he made to allow the book to end as it did? Jack and his romantic interest, Winter Meadows hit it off and were a great couple. The amount of metaphysical ability of both Jack and Winter was interesting, and I felt it added to the book. The inclusion of Eclipse Bay was a surprise, but it also was a great tie-in to some of the other series books written by Krentz. I enjoyed Untouchable. It was a one afternoon read for me and a great escape. Was it the best ever written by Krentz? No, but a good book for an rainy afternoon.
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    Yes!

    Good. Very satisfying to complete this saga - and to know the villain received his just desserts.
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    Acurate

    Awesome as usual. I love the way the storyline continued and all came together from the others
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