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Hannah is suppose to be this insightful person, but it took her a long time to see herself and her choices clearly.
I found parts of Twist of Fate immensely enjoyable. Jan 06, Kathy rated it it was amazing. A fellow corporate raider who hates Gideon learns of this relationship and he too visits Hannah in Seattle.
View all 4 comments. Nov 26, MJ4S rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lots of great adventures and fun clues to help us solve the mystery.
tsist When she confronts Gideon, all she sees is a powerful man with a fast smile and soft eyes. Along with the story of Hannah’s inheritance is the mystery of attempts on Hannah’s life As I progressed through the book, I began to think Jayne Ann Krentz had departed from her usual mild romantic suspense formula and had created a set of complex circumstances with no black-and-white answers and twjst clear villains. Gideon Cage, a jaded corporate raider with an eye for the deal, as well as the ladies.
Sometimes it just takes someone on the outside to open your eyes to what you are going through on the inside.
He visits her in Seattle. And watching a strong woman decide if she had to make the hard choices or if she could have it all. The plot is a bit twisty, which is a bit unusual for Krentz, but she spends a lot of time on the idea of feminine power, and whether a woman has to abandon emotion and relationships to be successful or if she can “have it all.
My problem with Twist of Fate was that the “mystery” part of the book was so transparent, it was easy to guess within the first few pages who was after Hannah and why. The hero is fascinated by her. By the end, it was just dull.
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This is precisely why Hannah Jessett is so krent of involving herself with Gideon Cage, who has been locked in a battle of revenge for nine obsessive years, and is now himself the target of jaynd. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It was one of JAK’s early works and it’s interesting to see how her early work compares to her work today. Come to find out, he wasn’t going to but he does put Hannah’s brother in debt.
Twist Of Fate
First published in the 80’s so a bit dated but really didn’t feel too dat Hannah Jessett travels to Las Vegas to confront Gideon Cage and to try to get him to leave her brother’s company alone. The villains revealed themselves and outlined their evil schemes in one of those highly-convenient, tell-all monologues that I’ve come to expect in Krentz’s books.
I enjoyed this book very much. Nothing really wrong with it – not great – not horrible – not going to read it again. Few know she’s the niece of Elizabeth Nord, the legendary anthropologist who stunned the world with her revolutionary work — until her aunt dies, leaving Hannah in sole possession of her priceless unpublished journals. Aug 16, Malerah rated it liked it Shelves: The main character is a guidance counselor and we hear that over and over and over. The fire of revenge for the various players in this story is so consuming that it destroys everything in its path, including innocent by-standers.
When she confronts Gideon, all she sees is a powerful man with a fast smile and soft eyes. Hannah and Gideon make a beautiful couple, quite well balanced in my opinion.
They were just nice neighbours, neither fetishized nor demonized. Twist of Fate was a good novel, but it could have been a great one. Mar 22, Kelly rated it did not like it.
Twist of Fate (Unabridged)
Refresh and try again. Nov 04, Jane PS rated it it was ok. Her brother’s company is about to be destroyed by Gideon Cage, a wealthy entrepreneur with a notorious reputation in the boardroom, and the bedroom. Hannah does not want to end up a victim of this cross-fire but little does she know that she is being targeted herself for entirely different reasons by someone just as bloodthirsty for revenge against her.
Started off as a fun, light read. I know this is fiction with some suspension of disbelief but when the author uses the heroine to give advice gwist curing the millionaire’s boring successes by calling it “saving his life” is a little too much bullshit to believe. He follows her to a vacation island. Nothing burned more fiercely than the white hot fire of revenge.