The Lost Night

The Lost Night Cover

The Lost Night

By Jayne Castle

Jove Books, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780515152845, 339pp.

Publication Date: September 4, 2012

Description
Even the mysterious world of Harmony has people who don t quite fit in. They re drawn to places like Rainshadow Island, a beautiful sanctuary where anyone can feel safe and where secrets are closely guarded...
Schooled in an exotic form of martial arts, and with the ability to detect the auras of dangerous psychic criminals, Rachel Bonner and her dust bunny companion have found peace and quiet on Rainshadow Island, operating a bookstore and cafe.
But her tranquil new life is thrown into chaos when Harry Sebastian, the descendant of a notorious pirate, arrives to investigate strange developments in the privately owned woods known as the Preserve.
Immediately drawn to the amber-eyed woman, Harry must tread carefully. While Rachel's special talents can help him track down dangerous rogues who have violated the Preserve, they can also sense the heart of darkness within him. But desire can weaken the strongest of defenses and leave even the strongest man wanting more


About the Author
Jayne Castle, the author of "Canyons of Night," "Midnight Crystal," "Obsidian Prey," "Dark Light," "Silver Master," "Ghost Hunter, " "After Glow, " and "After Dark, " is a pseudonym for Jayne Ann Krentz, the author of more than fifty "New York Times" bestsellers. She writes contemporary romantic suspense novels under the Krentz name, as well as historical novels under the pseudonym Amanda Quick.


Praise For The Lost Night

“No matter who she’s writing as, whether it’s as Castle, Jayne Ann Krentz or Amanda Quick, this is one author who never, ever disappoints.”—Fresh Fiction

"Jayne Castle, one of the pioneers of the futuristic subgenre, continues to set the standard against which all other such books are judged.”—Affaire de Coeur

“Writing under Jayne Castle, Jayne Ann Krentz takes her trademark combination of witty, upbeat action, lively sensuality, and appealing characters to [a] unique, synergistic world.”—Library Journal