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by Jayne Ann Krentz

Free eBook Absolutely, Positively download ISBN: 0671551701
Author: Jayne Ann Krentz
Publisher: Pocket Books; First Edition edition (February 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 340
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: United States
Size MP3: 1184 mb
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Rating: 4.1
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Any similarity to actual persons or events is purely coincidental. This book built with easyePublish. com ePublishing Tools. Cover Design by Writerspace. For Edna and J. L. Krentz, With love and affection. 1. Harry Stratton Trevelyan allowed himself few certainties in life, but during the past month he had become absolutely, positively sure of one thing. He wanted Molly Abberwick

Absolutely, positively. Molly, before we got off on this tangent, you said something about kids. You mean from his books and consulting fees? Dear, that sort of income would hardly make him wealthy.

Absolutely, positively. It was a subtle hint. He writes academic tomes, not best-sellers that get made into films.

About the Author Jayne Ann Krentz The author of over 50 New York Times bestsellers, JAYNE ANN KRENTZ writes romantic-suspense . Jayne Ann Krentz, Absolutely, Positively. Thank you for reading books on GrayCity.

About the Author Jayne Ann Krentz The author of over 50 New York Times bestsellers, JAYNE ANN KRENTZ writes romantic-suspense, often with a psychic and paranormal twist, in three different. Originally Published February 1, 1996 Recently published May 22, 2014 Hardcover, Paperback, e-Book.

Jayne Ann Krentz delves into science, invention,mystery and magic in "Absolutely, Positively", a paranormal suspense romantic novel that has every feeling touched to it. The book opens with Molly Aberwick misunderstanding the case of meeting with our hero,the dark. The book opens with Molly Aberwick misunderstanding the case of meeting with our hero,the dark and mysterious scientist Harry Stratton Trevelyan,to be about pure business. When in fact Harry at that time was ready to confess his attraction to her and propose a affair

Thanks Jayne Ann Krentz, another homerun!! Absolutely, Positively is a well-written mystery with a love story threading its way throughout the book. Molly Abberwick is the trustee of her fathers' foundation and is the owner of Abberwick Tea and Spice Company.

Thanks Jayne Ann Krentz, another homerun!! Absolutely, Positively is a well-written mystery with a love story threading its way throughout the book.

Jayne Ann Krentz was born in Borrego Springs, California on March 28, 1948. in history from the University of California at Santa Cruz and a master's degree in library science from San Jose State University. Before becoming a full-time author, she worked as a librarian. She has written under seven different names: Jayne Bentley, Amanda Glass, Stephanie James, Jayne Taylor, Jayne Castle, Amanda Quick and Jayne Ann Krentz. Her first book, Gentle Pirate, was published in 1980 under the name Jayne Castle.

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Jayne Ann Krentz writes romantic suspense under the pen names Jayne Ann Krentz (contemporary), Amanda .

Jayne Ann Krentz writes romantic suspense under the pen names Jayne Ann Krentz (contemporary), Amanda Quick (Historical) .

As trustee of her father's foundation for unusual inventions, Molly Abberwick of Seattle hires Dr. Harry Trevelyan, a top scientific consultant, only to have him propose-in a scientific and detached way-that they embark on an affair for mutual. Harry Trevelyan, a top scientific consultant, only to have him propose-in a scientific and detached way-that they embark on an affair for mutual pleasure. Molly is outraged, but Trevelyan's good looks make her delay firing him. Just as well, because when a stalker appears, it is Trevelyan who comes to the rescue.

Hiring the nation's top scientific consultant, Dr. Harry Stratton Trevelyan, Molly Abberwick, the trustee of her father's foundation for unusual inventions, is outraged when Harry falls in love with her and brazenly pursues her
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Captain America
This story has a pair of feuding families, diametrically opposed in all respects and mostly well drawn, to provide a subplot conflict for the romance. Unfortunately the ex-fiancee is not just strident and obnoxious, she also exhibits the most unreasonable behavior for a supposed psychologist. Even if she were capable of diagnosing her own fiance without doing a full psychological evaluation, there should be no way that she would then go around telling every random acquaintance about his "significant clinical abnormalities"! Either she is violating doctor-patient confidentiality, or medical privacy, or basic medical ethics! Aside from that annoying character, the story is amusing and well done.
Hamrl
I have read a lot of Jayne Ann Krentz books, under her many pen names. This is an earlier work re-issued. The plot is good, creative and clever. I bought it at a steep discount on kindle books, and it was worth that price. I enjoy her books, but find I like her later ones the best. Some may say she is repetitive, but my feeling is - it is escapist reading. Her voices and pacing are sound; she keeps the story line moving along, and she has a good ear for conversational exchanges. That is usually enough for me in this genre. If I want something stronger, I turn to other authors. "The Goldfinch" it isn't. Which is probably why I bought this one in the first place. Literature can be so slooowww on occasion.
Rainbearer
Harry is scientific, logical, controlled, intelligent and doesn't believe in psychic mumbo jumbo. This makes it very unfortunate that he keeps getting information from his psi abilities. His current contract is consulting for a non-profit foundation, headed by the lovely Molly. Molly comes from a quirky family of inventors and is used to unusual behavior. She sees little wrong with Harry other than his denial of his gifts. Different story line has danger, psychologists on the loose, families feuding, love blooming and a dose of psychic powers. Who's the villain? You'll have to read the book.
Anyshoun
Thumbs up!!! A 5 star read!!! Thanks Jayne Ann Krentz, another homerun!! Absolutely, Positively is a well-written mystery with a love story threading its way throughout the book. Molly Abberwick is the trustee of her fathers' foundation and is the owner of Abberwick Tea and Spice Company.
Molly hires Dr. Harry Stratton Trevelyan to review grant applications. So far Harry has rejected every single application that Molly has given him the review, of course this has Molly up-in-arms, lol! When confronted by Molly, Harry starts to slowly open up and Molly doesn't reject him. Harry is half Stratton, half Trevelyan which is a sure sign for disaster!
Molly is in danger but doesn't believe so until events spiral out of control...
Weernis
I first read a book written by Jayne Ann Krentz some 20 years ago, and it was so good, I was thrilled to find this book on Kindle, and so pleased to find that not only was it a great read, but that this author has only gotten better over the years. This was such an enjoyable story and I loved the characters. Want a real fun way to unwind, read this book!
Frdi
I have this book in both formats.. I was going on a trip and wanted some fun reading to take along. With luggage weigh being critical I couldn't take five books, so I purchased five ebooks. Three were Ms. Krentz books I already owned and read a zillion times. To matter how many times I read this book I always want to read it again.
Agamaginn
Absolutely, Positively loved this book! It was funny, romantic, informative and had a touch of drama. The characters were fun to explore as they showed different side of themselves through out the book. Be ready for surprises, the end may not be what you expected. I know it wasn't for me but I truly enjoyed reading as things unfolded only as Jayne Krentz could make it happen.
I liked the paranormal aspect and I always love me an awkward, nerdy hero ????. Of course, there was more to the hero than that. I found it to be quite a memorable story - I think it was the “boredom with moments of stark terror” (can’t remember the exact quote) that kind of stuck with me. It was interesting. A book I could read again sometime in the future.