Books by Amanda Quick

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Mystique

Lady Alice Scarcliffe, the heroine of Mystique, is exactly the kind of woman I would want for a best friend. In fact, she reminded me of my own best friend, right down to her flame-red hair and independent spirit. And, reading Mystique was much like a conversation with my best friend - fun but not e ...

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Rendezvous

I'm not a person who rereads books very often. With a TBR pile the size of Texas, who has the time? But I've read Amanda Quick's Rendezvous at least four times. Each time I read it, I like it more. I've read all of her other books as well, and I've liked them all to varying degrees. But for me, Rend ...

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I Thee Wed

Emma Greyson is a young woman living in Regency England working as a lady's companion in order to support herself and her sister, who is attending a school for young girls. She is tired of the impoverished, underappreciated life that comes with working for the wealthy of London and waits for an inve ...

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I Thee Wed

Should a reviewer judge a book against the marketplace or against an author's previous works? It would be impossible to eliminate the impressions left by earlier books, and yet, if an author has achieved greatness in the past, it's unfair to make her achieve greatness every time. Such is the conundr ...

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Affair

Jayne Ann Krentz has been a favorite author of mine for years, both as Jayne, and as her historical alter ego, Amanda Quick. I love her heroes . They like to think they're alpha but the heroines always know they're putty in their dainty little hands. Affair wasn't necessarily disappointing because a ...

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Mischief

Mischief is the kind of humorous, sexy, light, and romantic novel fans of Amanda Quick have come to cherish. Better than Mystique, her last effort, this book is more on a par with Rendezvous, Scandal, and Mistress. Amanda Quick, the pen name used by Jayne Ann Krentz when writing historicals, doe ...

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Mystique

Amanda Quick's hard-covered Medieval, Mystique, has been released in paperback form. Quick (a pen name for writer Jayne Ann Krentz) can always be counted on to write compelling, easy-to-read historicals, although her breezy, humorous style lends itself better to the Regency period than the Middle Ag ...