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*A New York Times Bestseller
Savor the magic of love everlasting with five new tales of romance and intrigue from your favorite romance authors. In contemporary Washington, treachery ignites an unlikely affair of the heart. In 1880s Montana, an abandoned bride searches for her love. A traveling film star discovers the role and the passion of a lifetime in an English regenc...more
Paperback, 373 pages
Published May 1st 1995 by Pocket Books
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Kelli Klein
Everlasting Love had five stories, each of which I am going to review to give the book its overall rating of 4 out of 5 stars:

1) Connecting Rooms by Jayne Ann Krentz
2) Resurrection by Linda Lael Miller
3) Lake of Dreams by Linda Howard
4) Role of a Lifetime by Kasey Michaels
5) Tricks of Fate by Carla Neggers

Connecting Rooms was about Amy Comfort who hired her love interest, Owen Sweet, to be a private investigator for her. The case she hired him for ended up requiring the two characters to preten...more
Lin Stepp
Sometimes I really love these multi-author books with several related short novels in them ... usually always on a theme. All of these stories were well-written and fun. I love Krentz's writing ... and Connecting Rooms doesn't disappoint. It has one of Krentz's usual pacific northwest locations ... on a small island, where Amy has fled an assortment of life problems to become a realtor and where Owen, too, has arrived to buy a rundown house, his past also a mystery. Amy hires him as an investiga...more
Caro
Connecting Rooms was pretty good. I liked how it had a little mystery, humor, and a quick get together with emotions. It was a really good short read. I would read it again, but it's more for sometime when you don't have the time for a engrossing page-turner. But it still has that 'what's going to happen next' thing to it. Resurrection was good too. I liked the situation and how the author showed how people would probably really feel, if it wasn't emotions that are 'sensible'. I liked how everyt...more
Melowin
Connecting Rooms - okay, kind of blah, especially compared to the rest of the offerings in the anthology.

Resurrection - Another okay one, period romance set in 1888 Montana Territory. A husband comes back after being gone for seven years, on the day she is to be remarried. Okay, not great story.

Lake of Dreams (Linda Howard) - Fascinating story, especially in contrast with the first two. A woman starts dreaming of a man every night in the hour before the dawn. Most of the time, they're making lov...more
Shei Belikov
Lake of dreams [Linda Howard] - 2.5★
Maria
This is a compendium of five stories. I bought it for the Jayne Ann Krentz story, Connecting Rooms. My only complaint is that it is far too short. The other stories are so-so, although I have had no trouble reading them three times, so that says something. The two main characters of Connecting Rooms, Amy Comfort and Owen Sweet, are typical Krentz and deserve a bigger story line. Oh well, something is better than nothing. The story was published in 1995 when Ms. Krentz began to really hit her str...more
Tonya Warner
As sometimes happens when you read a collection of stories, you must take the bad with the good. I really enjoyed Resurrection by Linda Lael Miller and Lake of Dreams by Linda Howard. I was disappointed by the other three stories. Overall, I could not find any connection on why this stories would even be grouped together in a book.
Ms Borg
'Lake of Dreams' by Linda Howard
'Connecting Rooms' by Jayne Anne Krentz
'Resurrection' by Linda Lael Miller
'Role of a Lifetime' Kasey Michaels
'Tricks of Fate' Carla Neggers
Carolyn F.
Apr 12, 2014 Carolyn F. is currently reading it
Anthology

Connecting Rooms by Jayne Ann Krentz. Okay romance with a who-done-it element. ***

Gloria Rohde
Consisted of 5 short books. 3 of them were pretty good but 2 of them were just OK for me.
Tania
Randomly chosen to be book #33 for 2012.
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Found new authors to read, enjyd known
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The author of over 40 consecutive New York Times bestsellers, JAYNE ANN KRENTZ writes romantic-suspense, often with a psychic and paranormal twist, in three different worlds: Contemporary (as Jayne Ann Krentz), historical (as Amanda Quick) and futuristic (as Jayne Castle). There are over 30 million copies of her books in print.

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