cover image All the Colors of Night

All the Colors of Night

Jayne Ann Krentz. Berkley, $27 (336p) ISBN 978-1-984806-81-9

Bestseller Krentz brings the goods with the second paranormal romantic suspense novel of her Fogg Lake series (after The Vanishing). Psychic Sierra Raines has a lot to prove in her career after she is unfairly dismissed from her job at a prestigious auction house. She becomes an agent of the Vault, a company that trades in paranormal artifacts. When North Chastain, a monster hunter who’s having difficulty with his own psychic talent, learns that his father has been attacked in Seattle shortly after acquiring a mysterious relic, he hires Sierra to help him find the assailant. Their search leads to Fogg Lake, a remote lab where North’s late grandfather was part of a project to create psychic weapons. The Chastain family’s enemies believe these weapons still exist and will stop at nothing to get their hands on them. Over the course of their investigation, Sierra and North’s sizzling chemistry builds into a powerful connection that makes them more than a match for their foes. Though the extensive cast proves difficult to untangle, the combination of romance, danger, mystery, and the occult is sure to sate Krentz’s fans. Readers will be eager to see where the series goes next. [em]Agent: Steven Axelrod, the Axelrod Agency. (Jan.) [/em]