In Too Deep

In Too Deep The New York Times bestselling author begins a new trilogy set in a secluded coastal town in Northern California a mysterious place where danger and passion run deep

  • Title: In Too Deep
  • Author: Jayne Ann Krentz
  • ISBN: 9781101476505
  • Page: 355
  • Format: ebook
  • In Too Deep

    The New York Times bestselling author begins a new trilogy set in a secluded coastal town in Northern California a mysterious place where danger and passion run deep

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    1. Lakshmi C

      I absolutely loved this one!!! Fallon Jones is a intriguing character and I waited impatiently to see him get his happy ending. The wait was worth it.The story was set in a small town of secretive people who loved debating conspiracy theories. Perfect for leads who are conspiracy experts in their own right.Fallon heads J&J but he is close to burnout. He needs a miracle to organize his chaotic office but he has no hope. Isabella turns up at his door, will she be more than his assistant?The bo [...]

    2. Alex is The Romance Fox

      I'm a huge fan of the Arcane Society Series and I enjoyed reading Fallon's story.Sweet love story with a dash of the paranormal, which forms part of the series.Nicely paced with lots of twists, turns and surprises, set in a really interesting little towncrets abound!!!!!I really like the way this series has evolved and I hope there are some more stories coming soon.

    3. Lady Gabriella of Awesomeness

      4.5 StarsIt was lovely to see Fallon Jones fall in love <3 Couldn't have imagined a more suitable heroine for him than Isabella and the story that bought them together? Perfecto ! I guess,One way to make a famous conspiracy theorist fall in love with you is by being a conspiracy theory yourself. ;)Would recommend for all Arcane fans !

    4. Jane Stewart

      Multiple mysteries are investigated. Some felt incomplete. Not enough relationship interaction and developmentCKGROUND & STORY BRIEF:Fallon Jones’ continuing enemy is Nightshade. When one Nightshade leader is killed, another replaces him. Nightshade consists of several independent groups that make drugs to enhance psychic abilities. Fallon and his partners/buddies had some success against Nightshade groups in prior books with more to come in future books. This book is about other bad guys, [...]

    5. Jacqueline

      Comfort food. I like the Arcane series. When I was deciding which book to bring home from work yesterday, I chose this one exactly because I knew what I would be getting. No having to figure out a new mythos, no wondering what the heck was going on. No wondering if the book was going to be a total dud. JAK is a solid writer and her stories all have a similar feel. I like the mechanics of her writing. I like the way the stories evolve. I do like the contemporary ones in the Arcane series best. I [...]

    6. Lakshmi C

      4.5 starsI absolutely loved this one!!! Fallon Jones is a intriguing character and I waited impatiently to see him get his happy ending. The wait was worth it.The story was set in a small town of secretive people who loved debating conspiracy theories. Perfect for leads who are conspiracy experts in their own right.Fallon heads J&J but he is close to burnout. He needs a miracle to organize his chaotic office but he has no hope. Isabella turns up at his door, will she be more than his assista [...]

    7. Carrie

      3.5*I didn't know whether to round up or down with this one. I know my ratings have gotten more lenient in the past year so I thought about it and decided, based on my earlier criteria for a 3 star read, this is closer to that than a four star. 3 star = average, enjoyable, worth the time, but nothing to make it unique. That fits this book fairly well.I enjoyed the characters, the plot, and the set-up for the next book(s). I thought the mystery and the characters in this book were interesting, al [...]

    8. Susana

      Well, i think i liked it. in the distant year of 2011 O_OSo distant, that i forgotten all about it!! Up until the day a friend showed me a copy, and i was like: Wait a minute, i know that cover!Hum.Runs back into the house and checks bookshelf:Yes, i have it!!Oh My God!! All that cheese is killing my brain cells!Regarding the storyah, i have to re-read it!

    9. Ann Noell

      I love my Jayne Ann Krentz and all the other names she writes under! In Too Deep was a fantastic ride as always! Murder, mystery, and a little psychic madness and of course a hot romance had me up all night. As always with her books I just can't put them down!She has talked a lot about Fallon Jones in he other books, so I was very happy that it was finely his turn to fall in love and be saved by the love of a good woman!

    10. Lana

      Since I have highlights in the Kindle edition, clearly I've read this before, though I don't remember it even a little. I enjoyed this one. The heroine has a completely nonjudgemental attitude toward sex, and her ability to calm people down is an interesting offshoot of her main talent.I love the Arcane Society books, and this one's one of the better ones.

    11. Julie

      Fallon Jones, a known recluse and investigator of the paranormal, operates his own agency known as J&J with his prime client the mysterious Arcane Society. Mr. Jones is not only directly related to the family who has historically controlled the Arcane Society, but is also well-known for his own paranormal gift of finding the patterns within the chaos of the universe around him. The only problem is that this "gift" which has passed down patriarchly through the Jones' has also led each of his [...]

    12. Mojca

      I have a problem lately with the contemporaries in this series. I don't know why, there seems to be something missing. Don't ask me what, it's just a feeling. That doesn't mean I don't like books written by JAK, and that especially doesn't mean I didn't like this book. Because I did. A lot, I just wish it was written by her alter ego, I think it would've worked better as a historical.Why? Because it had a rather Old World feel to me. First with Fallon's impeccable manners, his being a little of [...]

    13. Sarah

      Isabella, conspiracy theorist on the run, meets Fallon of J&J, who helps her protect the world from paranormal weapons. Happening upon a Krentz/Quick book published after approximately 1998 is the most efficient method to make me hate myself for half a day. I know- I KNOW- that the hero and heroine will be identical to the last book. I KNOW that the paranormal world will become even more complicated and even less interesting than the previous book. I KNOW that the writing will be more tell a [...]

    14. KarenF

      The Arcane Society books are such comfort reads for me. This one was no different. They are like watching a favorite movie on a rainy day; you may know what's coming but that doesn't diminish your enjoyment of it. Like many, I've been waiting for Fallon's story. I was a bit disappointed that he and Isabella just fell into a relationship so quickly. I was expecting a little more fight from Fallon. But in the end I liked them as a couple and I loved that Isabella is the perfect counterpoint for Fa [...]

    15. S

      I want to know how a desk jockey like Fallon Jones can exhibit the abs of the guy on the cover. Still, Fallon is one of my favorite characters in the contemp Arcane Society series so I was really looking forward to this one. Is Isabella worthy of him? I think so, even though she comes from a family even more prone to conspiracy theories than Fallon himself. I think I like Scargill Cove even more (could almost be Bolinas for the population of eccentrics). I also can't believe the author mentions [...]

    16. Grace

      While I have usually been entertained by Jayne Ann Krentz'a novels, I am starting to feel they are becoming tiresome. I miss the old Jayne Anne Krentz. I miss the plain romance without elements of the paranormal. The characters had more depth and you actually believed they were in love with each other. In the paranormal romances the characters never have a chance to fall in love or actually develop as characters because the plot is so focused on the paranormal world Krentz has created. Please Ms [...]

    17. Heather

      So my original review of this book was too snarky. I must have been having a bad day. I'm still disappointed. I still think the paranormal stuff has gotten too complicated and that this book had too many plot lines that really only sort of resolved at the end. But I don't feel as hostile the second time through.

    18. Anita

      In Too Deep was another highly enjoyable Jayne Ann Krentz contemporary romantic suspense, with paranormal elements.  This is the tenth installment of the Arcane Society series, and the first in the sub-trilogy called Looking Glass, and we very soon get introduced to the so-titled "looking glass" as well as some introductions to the Victorian era events that will probably be brought up once again in the next Arcane book.In Too Deep is not my favorite of the Arcane series, but like any other JAK [...]

    19. Kathleen

      3.75 rounded up, because although it's formulaic, I quite enjoyed this PNR romantic suspense. In Scargill Cove, California, paranormal investigator Fallon Jones, a misfit and confirmed recluse, finds himself bowled over by his new administrative assistant, Isabella Valdez. She came to the Cove to hide and decided to stay. But danger still stalks her, and new mysteries crop up on the job, including antique clockwork machines and dolls infused with dark energy. Soon, the secret history of Scargill [...]

    20. Janhvi

      I do find Jayne Ann Krentz's Arcane Society series quite interesting so I have read all the books set in the present times in the series whenever I was in the mood for them. In Too Deep is Fallon Jones' book and I have to say I had been looking forward to this one because I curious to see more about Fallon whenever he made a cameo in the previous books. In Too Deep turned out to be a really good book.Let's start with Fallon cause I am very excited about him. Fallon Jones is the descendant of the [...]

    21. Wanda

      This is Fallon Jones' story. It was nice to get a glimpse into Fallon's life beyond his gruff and moody exterior. In the first book of this new trilogy, we meet Isabella Valdez - the perfect counterpart to Fallon's abrupt nature. Her personality brings a light quality to the story line that adds the perfect balance when fleshing out Fallon's history.Isabella has lived life totally off the grid. She was born to conspiracy theorists who have raised her to trust nothing. With no records of her birt [...]

    22. E.

      Looking Glass Trilogy Book One (but still part of Arcane Society series): Fallon Jones has set up shop in Scargill Cove, Northern California, a place that seems to attract those with paranormal abilities, probably because of its location as a convergence of multiple powerful forces. He has been content in his isolation and rejection from his peers until his life is turned upside down by an organizational whirlwind who is using the name Isabella Valdez and has considerable talents of her own. The [...]

    23. Jacqueline Seewald

      I just finished reading IN TOO DEEP by Jayne Ann Krentz, Book One of the Looking Glass Trilogy. If you follow the Arcane Society romantic suspense/mystery series as I do, you know that the novels have been set in the past, present and future. They all have one thing in common: each book is a great reading experience. IN TOO DEEP is no exception. Fallon Jones is a gumshoe with heightened paranormal abilities. Jones & Jones Investigations is located in Scargill Cove, a small Northern Californi [...]

    24. Willow Brook

      Well-crafted entry in Krentz's contemporary PNR series (as opposed to her historical PNR and off world PNR series). I really wish she'd just write non-PNR, but I've been reading her since the mid 80's and PNR is what she has liked to write for many years, so I read it. Not that I dislike it, I just prefer her non-PNR. Anyway, the story of conspiracy minded Fallon Jones and Isabella whose own conspiracy theory mind makes him look like a cheery optimist was nicely done. There are conspiracies a-pl [...]

    25. MB (What she read)

      Enjoyable fluff. This one has a bunch of extremely scattered mini-plots. I always like her characters, although sex at page 67 doesn't seem very romantic to me (no build-up). But the paranormal silliness doesn't do much for me, and since that is how all the Arcane Society books are set up, I can take or leave them. (They're pretty much inter-changeable anyway). (2.5 stars)Wow! This is an incredibly ugly cover! I had to put a post-it note over it while reading just too save on cringes when I acci [...]

    26. Kathy Martin

      Typical Krentz! Quirky characters, crisp dialog, paranormal romantic suspense. Isabella is on the run; Fallon Jones is overworked. She makes herself his assistant at J&J - paranormal investigators for the Arcane Society. They investigate to find out who is trying to kill her, who is selling paranormal weapons, and who is trying to oust the Jones family from control of the Arcane Society. Fallon's talent is seeing connections. Former Jones who had the same talent often went crazy. Fallon is r [...]

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