Copper Beach. Dark Legacy #1. Originally Published January 10, Recently published December 31, Hardcover, Paperback, Audio, e-Book. In this launch of Krentz’s Dark Legacy series, a psychic rare-book expert must wrest a valuable text from evildoers while resisting (or not) the. Title: Copper Beach (Thorndike Press Large Print Basic) Author(s): Jayne Ann Krentz ISBN: X / (USA edition) Publisher.

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All three have a paranormal ability that is enhanced by certain crystals. Sizzling manflesh on the cover? Other Books in This Series.

Write your review Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. The book is well written and is certainly a good one time read.

This is book one of the Dark Legacy series or trilogyI devoured it in one evening and loved it. Refresh and try again.

Abby appears on her way to meet Sam, a client recommended from a trusted friend. Excerpt from Crystal Gardens by Amanda Quick. Krentz spins a mystery chocked full of suspense, and danger that completely captured my attention. There was an obvious connection between Sam Coppersmith and Abby that shows promise for the future. The framework doesn’t detract from my enjoyment of Castle’ s contemporaries,because her leading men may be dangerous but they are always excellent partners to their leading ladies – not growly alpha males- and her leading ladies are always intelligent.


He’s the token charming gay character ubiquitous to JAK novels. Sam is the son of the head of Coppersmith Inc which made its fortune in the rare earths business.

When it comes to dealing with a killer with paranormal abilities, and a blackmailer who will stop at nothing to obtain an ancient alchemical code – no one is safe.

Not to mention the redundancy of all the “para” talk.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Description Within the pages of very rare books, some centuries old, lie the secrets of the paranormal. Oct 25, Kathleen rated it really liked it Shelves: Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. The heroine is Abby Radwell.

Copper Beach (Dark Legacy, #1) by Jayne Ann Krentz

Even the action limps along half-heartedly. I could forgive a bad romantic beginning if it got better somewhere along the line, but their chemistry is never believable. beacu

Reasonably explicit but infrequent. Abby and Sam’s love at first sight is really just a lazy setup so the author can wrestle these two into bed as quickly as possible. The second character, Sam, becomes a combination client and bodyguard.

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Abby Radwell is a psychic talent with a sensitivity to books. So if krebtz like her recent stuff, you should krenrz this one. Krentz uses a slightly unusual writing style where we see what is happening from several characters view points.


Like a day or two the whole story takes less than a week. Plus, the author lost points because of the lengthy info dumping scene, towards the end.


They talk it out. I liked this more than some of her recent books. I loved Abby’s reluctance to trust and her beaxh effort to keep the relationship between them a business one. The romance is nice – Sam and Abby are both quite likable, and their attraction and emotional connections develop at a good, realistic pace, as do the love scenes. I enjoyed the characters and their paranormal talents as well as the mystery and world building.

Give the female protagonist a cute pet, and this book is the same as the baech dozen and doubtlessly the next dozen. More by Jayne Ann Krentz. He believes they want Ruby to unlock the secrets of this dangerous book.

Want to Read saving…. Lander Knox wants the Phoenix stones, and the beqch, and the location of the mine the stones came from.