Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Jayne Castle is a pseudonym for Jayne Ann Krentz, the author of more than fifty New York Times bestsellers. She writes. Bridal Jitters By Jayne Castle – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Buy a cheap copy of Bridal Jitters book by Jayne Ann Krentz. Can’t tell the difference from new. % satisfaction guaranteed. Free shipping over $
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Jayne Ann Krentz Goodreads Author. Virginia Burch, a psychic archeologist, can’t believe jitrers luck when she meets Sam Gage, a ghost hunter and owner of bdidal real estate in the Old Quarters of Cadence, above the Dead City. Castlee offers her his space to live and start up her business.
What follows is an jzyne more intriguing proposal-to become his wife. Strictly for professional reasons, of course. Their marriage Virginia Burch, a psychic archeologist, can’t believe her luck when she meets Sam Gage, a ghost hunter and owner of prime real estate in the Old Quarters jiyters Cadence, above the Dead City.
Until something throws a wrench into the plan: Paperback96 pages. Published September 27th by Berkley first published October 1st jutters To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Bridal Jittersplease sign up. Lists with This Book. A quick read novella that introduces the reader jitfers Jayne Castle’s futuristic world of Harmony, a planet inhabited by descents of colonists from Earth, jittdrs before when an energy field in space opened allowing travel between Earth and other planets.
However, when the energy curtain closed down, humans were left stranded in Harmony and had to build a new society, which have given their descendants paranormal abilities. Previous inhabitants of Harmony have left behind signs of their civiliza Jjayne quick read novella that introduces the reader to Jayne Castle’s futuristic world of Harmony, a planet inhabited by descents of colonists from Earth, years before when an energy field in space opened allowing travel between Earth and other planets.
Previous inhabitants of Harmony have left behind signs of their civilization. Abandoned cities, underground tunnels, catacombs composed of glowing green quart. So far, no one knows who built these cities, why and when they left the planet.
This story deals with Sam, a ghost hunter and Virginia, a tangler, who have created a business bgidal together and working on their first case. We get a glimpse of the world that the author is building and this shows promise to becoming quite an interesting series. Feb 17, Cheri rated it liked it. This was a cute short story, but probably not one I’d ever re-read.
Virginia Burch has agreed to a Marriage of Convenience to Sam Gage, her landlord and now business partner. Virginia has been in love with Nitters for It isn’t long before the two of them are embroiled in a scheme involving a psychic waterfall, a runaway truck, and what I like to think of as Danger Pheromones.
This one was too short to really get a read on the characters, yet I’m not sure a longer story would have served it well.
I wasn’t bored, but this one was briddal of a “meh” story for me. It’s strange — Jayne Ann Krentz writing as her own name is hit-and-miss for me sometimes I love it, sometimes I hate it but it rarely is in the middle. Her writing as Amanda Quick is heroin for me. Her Jayne Castle stuff is usually just sort of “meh”. I do the same thing with J. Anyway, if you like Castle’s other stuff, you’ll like this. As much as I tend to like psychic storylines, she’s just not my thing, but I was in the mood for something a little different.
Not sorry I read it, but I doubt I’ll ever pick it up again. I’d castlr this for die-hard Jayne Castle fans or people who like futuristic stories about psychic societies.
Mar 24, Carmen rated castls liked it Shelves: Jayne Castle presents his new futuristic world called Harmony, where things jajne a little different, especially after dark. Seems that something in the environment on Harmony is bringing out the latent psychic talents in people Mar 28, Donna rated it liked it Shelves: A quick read novella that introduces the reader to Jayne Castle’s futuristic world of Harmony and the Dead City in Cadence.
We get to see two types of paranormal talent that exist in this world – ghost-hunters and tanglers, and the type of work and challenges presented to them as they explore the tunnels jiters the catacombs of the Dead City. The story deals with the attraction between Sam, a ghost-hunter, and Virginia, a tangler, as they attempt to solve the first case in their business partnershi A quick read novella that introduces the reader to Jayne Castle’s futuristic world of Harmony and the Dead City in Cadence.
The story deals with the attraction between Sam, a ghost-hunter, and Virginia, a tangler, as they attempt to solve the first case in their business partnership.
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It was a good enough story that I would have liked to read a much longer version. Looking forward to other books in this series. Feb 24, Debrac rated it really liked it. Bridwl short Harmony story! Dec 21, Amber Daulton rated it really liked it. In the prequel novella to the Harmony series, Virginia and Sam have agreed to jiters their businesses and enter into a temporary two-year Marriage of Convenience contract.
Though I really liked Sam and Virginia, they really needed to talk. Life is a little different in the futuristic world of Harmony. After the Curtain unexpectedly closed, the trapped settlers on the new planet moved forward as best they could and created a new society.
The best thing about Harmony is that all the human residents now have psychic gifts because of the underground green quartz that runs through the planet. Two hundred years have passed since the Curtain closed and things are pretty good for the new inhabitants of Harmony.
The story is well-written, fast-paced, and kept my attention. I look forward to reading jqyne in the series. Jityers am not paid or compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review.
I will castl change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion. Jun 22, Mai Xiong rated jittrs it was ok. If the book is ever in jitgers, I will repurchase 4 Stars – I love it and either have a copy or it’s on my “to buy” list.
Maybe it’s because I’ve read her full-length Harmony series but this book was just bad. I wasn’t invested in the characters or the story. I think I was expecting the timeline to be earlier than her other books considering it was a prequel to the Harmony series, but the setting was the same. On the other hand, if kitters was written before the other Harmony books, it was interesting to see the evolution to After Glow or Ghost Hunter.
There was such potential in this book. It just felt really rushed. It seemed like Virginia and Sam met, started a business together and got engaged in a matter of weeks. There was one part where they both doubted the other’s abilites but still stayed cause they felt they had to support them.
Which to me seems like they really don’t know each other that well and Virginia even mentions she doesn’t really know Sam. This made absolutely no sense to me because 1. Also, the huge misunderstanding could have been cleared if they just had a discussion with each other.
So as you can see, there’s a lot of holes in this book.
Please don’t judge the other Harmony series by this. They are so much better. I suggest you try them instead. Aug 21, Chanel rated it liked it. Bridal Jitters is a sort of novella that could be read at the beginning or later in the series. The concept of the world building was a little slow for me to comprehend.
You have Sam and Virginia who are entering a partnership for an investigative start up business. He’s a ghost-hunter and she’s a psychic archaeologist. They are contracted out to visit an area full brudal psi and para energy to investigate what could be a nefarious plot.
They are also trying to figure out the relationship between themselves because in this world you have marriages of convenience and marriages of the covenant.
The former is a 2 year contract while the latter is forever. Both Sam and Virginia are able to “de-rez” things that are full of negative psi energy I think. I’m still not exactly sure what Sam does besides channeling amber objects for power whereas Virginia is a tangler and is able to deactivate illusion traps. The story was good up until the main focus become solely based on Virginia and Sam and their conflicting feeling for one another that somehow ended up being instant love.
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Even the ending left me wondering why it was even added. It started out thought provoking and ended with a question mark. For now Castel think I’ll hold off on the rest of this series but I can only hope when I come back around that it grew some substance in the later books.
I know it sounds like I hated it but I didn’t.