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The final installment in the chilling Fogg Lake trilogy by New York Times best-selling author Jayne Ann Krentz.

Olivia LeClair's experiment with speed dating is not going well. First there was the nasty encounter with the date from hell who tried to murder her and now the mysterious Harlan Rancourt - long believed dead - sits down at her table and tells her she's the only one who can help him locate the legendary Vortex lab. This is not what Olivia had in mind when she signed up for the Four Event Success Guaranteed package offered by the dating agency. She doesn't have much choice, though, because her psychic investigation firm works for the mysterious Foundation and Victor Arganbright, the director, is adamant that she assist Harlan. 

There's just one problem - no one knows Harlan's real agenda. His father once ran the Foundation like a mob organization, and Harlan was destined to be his heir. There's a real possibility Harlan has returned to claim his inheritance. For now, however, it's a case of the enemy of my enemy is my friend because others are after the secrets of the long-lost lab. 

Unfortunately for Olivia, the one thing friend and foe have in common is that everyone is convinced she is the key. Her unique psychic talent is required to defuse the ticking time bomb that is Vortex. Neither trusts the other, but Olivia and Harlan soon realize they must work together to survive and unlock the Bluestone Project's most dangerous secrets before more innocent people die.

©2022 Jayne Ann Krentz (P)2022 Recorded Books

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What an ending and the new beginning .

The Arcane and Jones' are back, HALKELUJAH! I have missed my favorite family and the peeks here and there in Fogg Lake and other series has NOT been enough for me.
I loved the way Ms. Krentz has rounded out Fogg Lake an started a new series with old friends.
Thank you Sandra Michelle for another great job; you never fail to bring my friends on paper to life in my mind's eye.
Thank you Jayne Ann Krentz, Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle for hooking me on the Arcane Series so very many years ago and all the subsequent series that followed.

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Amazing!!

This book was absolute fire! I mean fire by the romance sparking between the two main characters! I needed to call the fire department after finishing! I just really enjoyed everything about this book just like I do with all of her books. She’s my go to for a great story! If you’re a long time fan, you will definitely recognize a lot of the characters in this one and I loved that!
One hell of a story!
Now what do I do with my life?

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Too many f words

Too many F words that weren't really needed. Plot seemed to struggle along without a good direction.

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Entertaining storyline.

Interesting story and characters. The reader was good. I thought her voice matched the character.

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Eek!

The narration was juvenile. Many times I could not tell who was speaking. The women and men need to sound over. Fifteen years of age.

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A trilogy or the same book three times

I am normally a JAK fan but this trilogy, and this book in particular, disappointed. They felt like a regurgitation of the Scargill Cove novels, and each book in the series was repetitive.

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I enjoyed the trilogy.

I found these three books entertaining and unique. The stories are not too heavy or dark. The pace is neither slow or too fast. Genuinely
entertaining. Especially nice listening on a cold winter day.

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A great novel in the Arcane Society story arc

I listened four times in two weeks! I loved the Jones family connections that were tucked in here and there.

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Great ending to the Fogg Lake Trilogy!

Enjoyed all three of this trilogy! Love this author and am thrilled that she hints to crossing over Arcane Society, Scarily, and the Foundation Agencies in the future.

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good to the last drop....

I am a big fan of Jayne Ann Krentz. she weaves a tale that keeps you hooked to the end....

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Formulaic but a guilty pleasure even so.

I enjoy these books but I don't know why. The plot is a re-hash of Ms Krentz usual and sticks to the same formula, the characters are cardboard cut-outs with a new coat of paint, and the spooky paranormal elements a bit too exaggerated and overplayed, so I should find it all a bit boring, but I don't. The story has good pacing a few twists that whilst they weren't surprising they weren't overly obvious and somehow even though you know where you are going and many of the same old tropes from previous books are here I enjoyed it. Not her best work, but not her worse either and this is engaging and gripping enough to want to get to the end. Her characters may lack depth but they do lightweight very well, with bright, heroic men and women who are prepared to "do what they gotta do" to save themselves and their community and find love along the way.
I like that virtually all Ms Krentz's book have a gay couple as secondary characters as a matter of course, I like that the books, even though part of a series are mostly understandable as stand-alone's and there are moments of fun and moments of darker emotions.
I still don't know exactly why I like this author but I do- she's my guilty pleasure and this one doesn't disappoint.
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