Books by Jayne Castle

B+
Illusion Town

Illusion Town is the latest in Ms. Castle’s Harmony series featuring the ancestors of earth residents who became trapped on the parallel world of Harmony. It has all the features I’ve come to expect from the series including an intelligent hero and heroine who respect each other, as well as a fu ...

B
The Hot Zone

I have read most of the books written by Amanda Quick and a few by Jayne Ann Krentz, but this is my first by Jayne Castle (even though they're all the same author). This book bleeds over from Krentz’s Arcane Novels series to a futuristic society cut off from earth on the planet of Harmony. This i ...

B+
Deception Cove

I have long been a fan of Jayne Ann Krentz, especially her science fiction romance novels written as Jayne Castle. They are consistently fun and entertaining, and how can you not enjoy books with darling animals like the dust bunnies? If you haven’t read any of them, imagine a dust ball that purrs ...

B-
The Lost Night

The author’s latest futuristic romance set on the world of Harmony contains many of the features I’ve come to expect, including a hero and heroine who respect each other and share witty, intelligent dialog. While I enjoyed much of this story, the beginning dragged as the heroine’s backstory wa ...

C
Midnight Crystal

It’s been a while since I read Jayne Castle (aka Jayne Ann Krentz and Amanda Quick). And, while I didn’t expect her to have changed, I wondered if her formula still works. Just because a book is derivative doesn’t mean it can’t be enjoyable, right? Well, if you’ve read AAR before, then ...

B-
Obsidian Prey

Obsidian Prey is the latest entry in Jayne Castle’s futuristic romance series set on Harmony. By way of disclosure, the author, in all of her incarnations, is a huge comfort read for me due to her honorable, intelligent heroes and heroines and the humor interspersed with intelligent dialog. Altho ...