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She was a bundle of common-sense with a flair towards the theatrical. Y el poquito de insta-lust que hay la autora lo resuelve bien. Trivia About Trust Me. An oldie but a goodie, with Sam Stark a fave nerdy geek hero. Desdemona is a delightful heroine, with a unique insight into Stark and she has a hilarious family. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger. How she manages to run her successful business with a revolving door of employees is never explained except to say that she’s an excellent business woman.
And then there was the suspense which, surprisingly, was very good. Sam is the owner and founder of Stark Security Systems. All in all it was a decent beach read but not one that I’d read over and over They’re an unlikely pair, but it works for Krentz and several million readers.
I didn’t like how he felt he should apologize and grovel to her for his lack of social skills when it was apparent that her skills were sadly lacking as well.
Her siblings were involved with the play and they had coffee with everyone afterward. Oh well, I just never jyne with this author going in if the story will resonate with me or not.
He was socially awkward. And I’ll leave you with an example of one such scene. Want to Read saving….
Trust Me – Jayne Ann Krentz
Stark is unusual as he is not portrayed as your classic romantic hunk. I love it because of it’s simplicity and the title really suits well with the story rtust ;! Es la primera vez que leo sobre un CEO alfa y me gusta. Wonderful feelingwhich complements each other.
It wasn’t her fault he was jilted at the altar. Garden of Lies Amanda Quick.
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They attended a theater production. I’ve read it so md times it’s dog eared. But the romance just didn’t quite come together for me. His mind was his soul. Jan 10, Nefise rated it really liked it Recommended to Nefise by: He was now employed by Stark’s company.
So yeah, Sam’s a trst hottie and Desdemona at least kept pace. All-in-all an enjoyable, light-hearted book. Jayne Ann Krentz First published: A more experienced writer than Krentz was back then would have set up the solution a bit better, and Stark feels like pretty much like a blank.
A well crafted romance; hats off to Jayne Ann Krentz. Even Starks receptionist with her pithy greetings, and she has a grust one for every morning, really adds a fun flare to the book. And as for the story itself, I have to say that the author has done an excellent job. I liked the premise of the handsome wealthy but socially inept geek falling for the woman with a family of theatre drama queens.
His internal emotions illuminated and swirled but confused easily. Click here to krenz the rest of this review. OVerall, it was better than I expected, especially computer security plot was wonderful. Click I Have iTunes to open it now.
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The hero sounded like an elderly man – soooooo unsexy. At thirty-four years of age, he was the head of his own computer security company, had built up a top-of-the-line clientele and was financially sound.
England rated it it was amazing. Be the first to discover new talent! Jan 06, Jacob Proffitt rated it really liked it Jwyne This story started off with an interesting premise; the hero, Stark, is left at the altar for the second time and his vivacious caterer, Desdemona, invites him out with her crew so he won’t be alone that night.