Dreams, Part 2

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Dreams, Part 2
Dear Reader,
    What’s more sensational than a new book by Jayne Ann Krentz? Two new books by Jayne Ann Krentz!
    For those of you who have ever wished a story could go on and on, Harlequin Temptation presents two very special
    books from the woman whose name spells excitement. Dreams, Part One will sweep you away to the eerie Chained
    Lady Cave and a volatile, passionate love affair that takes on legendary proportions. Dreams, Part Two will draw you
    ever deeper into the tumultuous lives of Colby Savagar and Diana Prentice as they struggle to overcome dark forces in
    order to create their own destiny.
    With this, Harlequin’s first true series, we invite you to enjoy something a little different… something we’ve chosen to
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    Published December 1988
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    “Gil, I’d like you to meet Diana Prentice. Diana, this is Gil Thorp and his wife Evelyn.“
    “How do you do?“ Diana murmured politely. Her smile was real but strained. Her hazel eyes were shadowed as she
    greeted the couple on the doorstep. The Thorps were in their sixties, nicely dressed and smiling affably. “Colby has
    told me so much about you.“
    “Ill just bet he has.“ Gil Thorp chuckled as he took Diana’s hand. “Did he remember to explain that twenty years
    ago I was the good guy in the white hat and he was the town’s chief troublemaker, or did he alter the past to make
    himself look good?“
    “He did mention that you were the sheriff here in Fulbrook Corners when he was in high school. I believe he said
    the two of you had what he described as an adversarial relationship,“ Diana said.
    “An adversarial relationship, Colby?“ Gil’s bushy gray brows rose. “Now that’s an interesting way of putting

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