Have you jumped on the paranormal bandwagon yet? If not, you might consider reading the works of Amanda Quick, aka Jayne Castle, aka Jayne Ann Krentz. She has brilliantly intertwined her historical line (A. Quick) with her contemporary line (J.A. Krentz), topping it off with her futuristic (J. Castle) stories with humor, captivating heroes and stubborn, strong-willed heroines.
Quicksilver is the second book in her Arcane Society: Looking Glass Trilogy, as with most of the Amanda Quick books set in London during the Victorian era, this one is as well. When Virginia Dean awakens next to a bloodied murder victim….well, you can see how I had trouble setting said book aside.
Owen Sweetwater has started streetwalking. A dangerous step in his family’s history. Once a Sweetwater starts down this path there is almost no turning back—but for the love of the woman!
When Ms. Quick, aka Ms. Krentz, aka Ms. Castle, combines witty, outrageous dialogue with intrigue, danger and suspense, you know sleep is an elusive endeavor as long as her books are in hand. —Kathy L Wheeler