St. Helens #1
Originally Published October 1, 1996
Recently published September 7, 2010
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Amaryllis Lark is one of the best psychic detectives on St. Helen’s, the earth colony recently cut off from the mother planet, yet not so very different from home. . . . Lucas Trent, the rugged head of Lodestar Exploration, isn’t keen on the prim type—and from her crisp business suit to her cool evaluation of his request to bust a corporate thief, beautiful Amaryllis is excruciatingly proper. But when a bold hunch heats up into a twisting murder investigation, by-the-book Amaryllis must let her guard down and break some rules—and a red-hot love affair ignites. Now, as they race to solve a puzzle of deadly intrigue, no power—otherworldly or otherwise—can keep them apart!

“When professional full-scale prism Amaryllis Lark agrees to serve as the “focus” for the highly psychically talented Lucas Trent in a security investigation for his company, their mind-link produces excitementand leads them into a dangerous search for a clever psychic murderer. The chemistry between the pragmatic hero and prissy heroine is on target here. Writing under the name Jayne Castle for the first time in 16 years, veteran romance writer Jayne Ann Krentz takes her trademark combination of witty, upbeat action; lively sensuality; and appealing characters to the unique, synergistic world of St. Helens.” Library Journal

“Ms. Krentz (Castle) does an incredible job of creating a unique, realistic world in the not-too-distant future and filling it up with real characters. Readers will be looking forward to the next passionate story from Jayne Castle and Psynergy, Inc. A stunning tale from the amazing Jayne Castle! This is the future of futuristics! Ms. Castle creates a believable future with characters we care about! Readers have come to expect only the best from Jayne Ann Krentz… and she never disappoints!Literary Times

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