White Lies: An Arcane Society Novel by Jayne Ann KrentzWhite Lies: An Arcane Society Novel by Jayne Ann Krentz

White Lies: An Arcane Society Novel

byJayne Ann Krentz

Paperback | February 5, 2008

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A New York Times Bestseller -- The New York Times bestselling author of Falling Awake and All Night Long takes her fans beyond the everyday boundaries of the mind - and the heart - in a compulsively readable new novel of paranormal power, deception, and danger . . .Clare Lancaster is a Level Ten parasensitive - a "human lie detector." When her father summons her to play a role in his business empire, Clare meets Jake Salter, her father's "financial consultant," and is convinced that things aren't what they seem. Something sparks and sizzles between them - something more than the usual electricity - and soon Jack and Clare are caught in a dizzying storm of secrets, lies, and half-truths.Jayne Ann Krentz also writes under the names Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle. Jayne has written over 122 romances, including 27 New York Times bestsellers under her various pen names. In total, there are over 23 million copies in print of her books.
Amanda Quick is a pseudonym of romance writer Jayne Ann Krentz. Historical fiction is the specialty of this particular persona; Krentz uses Jayne Castle for the author's name on her futuristic pieces. The first three Quick books, Surrender, Scandal and Seduction, launched a pattern of sets of three with the same letter beginning each t...
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Title:White Lies: An Arcane Society NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:496 pages, 8.3 × 5.5 × 1.1 inPublished:February 5, 2008Publisher:Large Print PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1594132445

ISBN - 13:9781594132445

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Interesting This was a good read, with a twist.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good read An interesting plot and characters with an intriguing paranormal twist.
Date published: 2017-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another good one Love this story, great read
Date published: 2017-06-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A good summer read I enjoy Krentz's Arcane Society series, so I liked White Lies. The paranormal aspects are an interesting twist to the usual "romance novel" genre, and the fact that Krentz's heroines are always fiesty, and independently-minded and smart helps add to the interest as well. This book is set in present day, and has a fair amount of mystery and excitement surrounding the murder investigation. There's also a complicated family situation that adds to the tension levels and gives the protagonists something to work through. I liked this. If you're into the paranormal stuff this is a good beach or porch read.
Date published: 2009-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A thin line between lies and truths. Clare Lancaster is a level-ten parasensitive. She’s a human lie detector. She can detect the smallest whiff of a lie, even if wrapped in the truth. She’d saved her new-found sister from her now dead husband, knowing that he was doing Elizabeth harm - she wasn’t having a nervous breakdown, but he was doing everything in his power to make it appear so. She’d returned to save her sister, only to come upon his dead body. Now she’s back at the request of her new-found father, less than a year later. She doesn’t want to be there but when at her mother’s urging. He wants to offer her a job, similar to ones she’s held before, but she doesn’t want the charity - both butt heads too strongly to work side-by-side. But since she’s there, she’s determined to find out what happened to Brad to clear her name. Jake Salter is a business ‘consultant’ for her father. She asks questions where the answers surprise her: most of his answers are a mix of truths and lies. The more her life is threatened, the more determined Jake is to stick to her like glue. For Jake is an agent with Jones & Jones, the Arcane Society’s detective agency, and he’s now just as determined to find out what’s going on as Clare is. Right from the beginning, there is a pull between Jake and Clare. Jakes knows what he’s feeling, and is even more determined to keep Clare alive after two close calls. What I liked was how the characters communicated. Even though they had differences of opinions, arguments, issues, they talked them out, they listened to each other. Even though both are somewhat mule-headed, they still take into account the others feelings and opinions, and that was nice to read. And just when you think you’re getting what the mystery is, a twist brings it to a whole new level. I really enjoyed the banter with several of the characters, the mystery, the action, the love scenes. All well written. Krentz is one hell of an author.
Date published: 2008-10-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from S'okay Although I've enjoyed several JAK novels, this one was only lukewarm. It was okay for a quick read (similar to a HQN type novel). There wasn't anything great about it but at the same time, it wasn't bad. I hope her next Arcane novel is better.
Date published: 2008-03-24