Friday, December 9, 2016
When All the Girls Have Gone
Author: Jayne Ann Krentz [Website] aka Amanda Quick aka Jayne Castle
Length: 331 pages
Obtained: Library copy
Why this book?:
I read all new JAK/AQ/JC books.
I enjoyed Charlotte and Max's story. They had the characteristics I look for in JAK books from personality to family. It's hard to write this post right now because I'm in something of a funk, but at the time I was caught up and read straight through this story. Reading it took a decent chunk of my day off, and I don't regret it.
That being said (and some of this may be that funk I mentioned), I've decided JAK books do not have that spark that they use to have. There are some past titles that I can still re-read today -- I still remember the story, but I enjoyed the characters so much, I want to revisit. When I re-read a newer JAK, however, it is generally because while I know I'll be satisfied, I don't remember the story and it is fresh. I wonder what that means? Anyway, I'm not being fair because of this funk of mine, so I'm going to leave it at that.
I'll continue reading all JAK/AQ/JC books.