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All the Colors of Night

(Fogg Lake #2)

4.23  ·  Rating details ·  2,179 ratings  ·  277 reviews
Two psychics plunge into a dark world of deadly secrets in this second installment of the Fogg Lake trilogy by New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz.

North Chastain possesses a paranormal talent that gives him the ability to track down the most dangerous psychic criminals. When his father suddenly falls into a coma, North is convinced it was caused by a deadly
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published January 5th 2021 by Berkley
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Nilufer Ozmekik
Oct 04, 2020 rated it really liked it
Paranormal action packed fiction genre waltzes with suspense and collides into romance. What a delicious combination! It’s one of my fastest readings.

The plot was riveting, intriguing, keeping you on your toes even though there are some holes, they were still tolerable. I mostly loved both of the MCs and their connection, chemistry, working as devoted partners.

Sierra is badass, natural, smart woman who has been screwed over by authorities, needing to make a fresh start. North deals with his ow
ALL THE COLORS OF NIGHT by Jayne Ann Krentz is the second book in the Fogg Lake paranormal romantic suspense series and is set in contemporary times in Washington state and Las Vegas, Nevada. What a fantastic read! I was hooked with the first sentence. Sierra Raines was falsely accused of a con when working for a big auction house. Now she functions as a go-between by finding and transporting objects with a psychic provenance. North Chastain has a paranormal ability to track down dangerous psych ...more
Jan 12, 2021 rated it really liked it
Sierra Raines is a descendant of the Fogg Lake residents who were imbued with paranormal powers and sensibilities after a government experiment/research project gone wrong.

All the Colors of the Night is book two in the Fogg Lake series where the residents and descendants of Fogg Lake possess paranormal sensitivities and/or powers after a government research project gone wrong. Sierra Raines, the daughter of Fogg Lake parents has her own special gifts, but has had trouble settling on just what c
Jan 22, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sierra works as a go between for purchasers of psychically charged objects.. North's grandfather was well-known in the psychic community, but his disappearance after allegedly developing psychic weapons has given him the reputation as a traitor. They meet when Sierra is hired to help find out who, and what, caused North's father to be afflicted by locked in syndrome. She learns that someone is trying to disable North, and that there are others who will stop at nothing to prevent Sierra and North ...more
Barb in Maryland
3.5 stars
A 3 star effort, with a half-star bump for old-times sake.
A solid second book in this romantic-suspense (with a paranormal twist) series. I liked our heroine, Sienna Raines, a typical plucky JAK gal, and our hero, North Chastain, a man with a mission who needs her assistance. They had a good vibe together. The mystery was clever and tied in nicely to the story-arc launched in the first book (The Vanishing).

JAK seemed to be having a lot of fun with this one, working in a 'wink, wink' ref
Victoria Thompson
The second book in the Fogg Lake series delves even deeper into the mysteries of the paranormal activity there. This story is nonstop action while we follow two new characters who are falling in love and trying to stay alive while they hunt for the bad guys. Don't start it late in the day because you'll be up all night! ...more
Nov 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
All the Colors of Night by Jayne Ann Krentz. Danger, a new partnership, and chemistry made for an engaging read.

When North Chastain’s father falls into a coma, he believes a Bluestone Project artifact caused it. He plans to investigate his Dad’s recent activities but needs someone familiar with the area. They hire Sierra Raines to help him navigate the world of collectors.

This was a fun installment. I liked both North and Sierra. North is skilled at catching criminals and spotting a lie. His gif
I have been reading Ms. Krentz's books for numerous years now under all of her author names and I've fallen in love with her writing. Her writing style is smooth and so engaging that it immediately grabs me from the first page. I enjoy the diverse talents that emerge when she is writing her PNR stories. She takes one talent, such as North's talent of manipulating energy from the dark end of the paranormal spectrum and putting a twist on it that is totally different from other characters that she ...more
Jan 12, 2021 rated it really liked it
Finally a book I can unequivocally say I enjoyed. The second in a series, brings together characters from previous books, a mention of the Quick Arcane series, a character called Harmony (shout out to Castle) and a follow up to
The Fogg explosion. North and Sierra have great chemistry and look forward to seeing them in the future. There is an over arching mystery to this series which I look forward to seeing solved. Paranormal characters, romance and mystery is why I love Krentz/Quick/Castle and
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All the Colors of the Night is a complex book, part sci-fi, part murder mystery and part romance.

When North Chastain fears he is losing his psychic vision and may be going made, he learns his father has been attacked by some sort of psychic weapon and he needs to find the machine, he is paired with Sierra, another psychic, who can channel light energy through glass and mirrors.

As the two work to discover the would-be killer, they also find that North isn’t losing his powers but is being poisoned
Jul 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
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Krentz's longevity as a high-demand author lies in large part to her ability to flex and freshen without leaving behind the immense corpus of her work that has won her millions of readers.

This new series, Fogg Lake, illustrates the integration of her past writing traits with new and fresh approaches to those traits. The two books in the series are tightly crafted, generally cohesive, and display stronger writing than her previous books, in my opinion.

For me, there is nothing better than a free F
Jan 08, 2021 rated it did not like it
I have never dnf'd a jak but I am done at 28%. They may be not the greatest but you know what to expect going in.
The characters are cut outs of previous ones. The last names recycled and honestly I am bored and don't see the point to the story. Paranormal weapons she has done before. Groups looking for them ditto. Jones, Chastain all recycled names.

Maybe it improves but I am not interested.
After the exciting introduction to the Fogg Lake world - of mysterious paranormal phenomena, of humans receiving psychic gifts, and of common objects becoming magical artifacts from a top secret government experiment gone wrong- I was jazzed to see the story progress on the hunt for the hidden labs and another suspenseful romance against such a setting.

All the Colors of the Night does have enough explanation so the reader wouldn't get lost reading it out of order, but I enjoyed both books better
This is a 3+ star review. I like the milieu, I like the characters (incl those from book #1 about "fogg lake")

This is otherwise somewhat standard romantic-suspense-thriller. I skip the sweaty bits, and therefore focus on the story. I like the carry-over story about the psychic-amazing-lab which blew up in the 50s and thereby affected a whole township, a whole generation of people, to the point that their kids are more-psychic/whatever.

Plus it's diverting, as a story on its own.
Jan 17, 2021 rated it it was ok
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Sorry, but as a long time fan of Jayne Ann Krentz, this and the last few books have been such a disappointment. I was about 25% into the book when the phrase “muddled mess” came to mind. The plot is so weak and the paranormal theme gets buried in its own mythology. I found myself skipping through the psychic blather to get to some semblance of a plot. The lead characters don’t even meet until several chapters in. Of course, they fall in love in a couple of days and they solve all the mysteries w ...more
Jan 08, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Originally published at Reading Reality

A long time ago, and partly, come to think of it, in a galaxy far, far away, there were two books written by Jayne Ann Krentz under her various pseudonyms. Second Sight, written as Amanda Quick in 2006, was the very first book in her long-running and century spanning Arcane Society series featuring characters from the Victorian era up through the present day who were gifted – or cursed – or sometimes even both – with paranormal abilities..

But before that, i
Reviewed for Wit and Sin

Magic and science make interesting bedfellows in All the Colors of the Night . Jayne Ann Krentz’s second Fogg Lake book delves further into her world of auras, light energy, psychics, and the obsessive quest for power and the ability to harness the paranormal.

North is a cleaner for the mysterious Foundation, but he’s losing his paranormal abilities. He can feel the clock counting down and isn’t sure what to do with himself once he goes psi-blind. But before his pow
Jan 11, 2021 rated it it was ok
Got to stop reading this stuff.Same old-same old. So repetitive. Male gay couple - check, why is it never a female gay couple? And another armed doll. I really enjoyed the sf books but these don't have any charm for me. ...more
Jul 23, 2020 rated it really liked it
I started "All the Colors of Night" yesterday and just finished it. I loved it! I've read just about everything Jayne Ann Krentz has published and this book did not let me down. Fans of JAK will be very happy and the fans that loved the Arcane series will be even happier. Even though it was very minor, I love the Jones references. Sierra and North were a great couple and I liked the trust they had in each other. ...more
Ann Lorz
Jan 04, 2021 rated it really liked it
Reviewed for Romancing the Readers Blog:

I was really looking forward to this one. I read and enjoyed the first book in the series, The Vanishing and new this one was going to be just as good. Guess what, I was right! There is something about Jayne Ann Krentz's writing that I just love. Her books are always easy to get into and I always seem to enjoy them. Always a plus.

Right from the beginning, you get a feel of the story. I knew right away that Sierra a
BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme
Returning back to the Fogg Lake series is back to back action. Sierra Raines is a decedent from Fogg Lake and tried her hand in the normal muddles world of business. As an auction house authenticator, Sierra should have been golden with her psychic powers. Unfortunately for her, she does not protect herself from the unscrupulous. Now she works in the paranormal world for the Vault, run by secretive Jones. From the very first chapter, this book is on fire.

To read the rest of my review, click on
Kaitlyn Dunnett
Another winner for folks who like paranormal romantic suspense. My only complaint is that there were hints of what the next book in this series is about and readers will have to wait a whole year to find out what happens.
Jan 23, 2021 rated it really liked it
3.75⭐ I do like the ongoing mystery . Sierra was a good heroine. The beginning felt like you were dropped into the story but I quickly started remembering plot from 1st book . I figured out the villain and the twist way too early . JAK writing makes for a quick , fun read as usual.
Jan 15, 2021 rated it really liked it
If you are into the author's paranormal books, this is an excellent continuation of the Fogg Lake saga. If you aren't into her paranormal books this is not the volume to start with. ...more
Jan 10, 2021 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
A mush mash of her other books but a bit more boring.. so so beach read..
Jul 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Jayne Ann Krentz is responsible for my love of romance novels, thus I have adored every single thing she has ever put out. Basic science. The last few books of hers I've enjoyed greatly, but All The Colors of the Night struck a chord deep inside me, reminding me of the whole reason that I loved her to begin with.

All the Colors of the Night is the second in the Fogg Lake series, featuring a town with psychic secrets. It's seriously got everything that you could ever want from a romantic suspense
Peggy Jaeger
Oct 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I'm a big fan of Jayne Ann Krentz and have been for years. Her PNR-based books are some of the best romantic fiction I've ever read. Her newest book ALL THE COLORS OF NIGHT (Fogg Lake #2) takes us back to the eery town to continue solving the puzzle of what happened there decades ago.

When North Chastain's father is attacked and put under some sort of psychic alter state, North begins investigating what happened he pair us with artifact go-between Sierra Raines to discover what a psychic artifact
Rose Miller
Jul 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
If you're familiar with Jayne Ann Krentz's books, you'll enjoy jumping right into the world of the paranormal in this second book in the Fogg Lake series. Sierra is a "go-between" Vault agent who authenticates and transports paranormal artifacts to clients. It's a dangerous job but she's good at it, using her powers as needed. North has powers of his own, but they're failing so he hires Sierra to help him find out what happened to his father. I love the interaction between Sierra and North as th ...more
Rose Blue
Jan 13, 2021 rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars, as reviewed at Roses Are Blue:

ALL THE COLORS OF NIGHT opens with an enticing scene, as Sierra Raines is being apologized to by her client for being about to kill her. The client is unaware that Sierra has multiple psychic abilities, including one power which allows her to render the would-be murderer unconscious as she makes her escape. Sierra’s current vocation is acting as an agent, or, go-between, delivering artifacts between buyers and sellers. Sierra’s la
Anne - Books of My Heart
Jan 04, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2021, 7arcs, coyer
This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart

Review copy was received from Publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

I enjoyed the first book in the Fogg Lake series and was happy to learn more about this world.   I think each book could be read as a standalone but I don't do that very often.  I like the background of the world and other characters.  We didn't see much of the first couple in this story.

All the Colors of Night  brings a new
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The author of over 50 consecutive New York Times bestsellers, JAYNE ANN KRENTZ writes romantic-suspense 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.

She earned a B.A. in History from the University of California at Santa Cruz and went on to obtain a Masters degre

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