Unconventional Molly Abberwick, trustee of her late father's scientific foundation, is mad enough to fire her new consultant, Dr. Harry Trevelyan. A brilliant expert on new inventions, the handsome Harry irritates Molly to no end with his preposterous insistence that they have an affair -- and that it could be planned, predicted, and run like a science project. But just when Molly is ready to let him have a piece of her mind -- not her heart -- she discovers that the eminent Dr. Trevelyan is not what he seems.
First, there is his family, a long line of carnival folk who run the Smoke & Mirrors Amusement Company. Then there are the paranormal premonitions which bring Harry to Molly's side when she most needs him. And when her troubles escalate into violence and a mysterious stalker threatens her life, Molly turns to Harry's sixth sense for help, and discovers she needs Harry not just for a week, or for an hour, but forever in love.
A sparkling new love story, Krentz works her magic once more for an Absolutely, Positively wonderful new romance!
The irresistible new novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Grand Passion and Trust Me.
Added to Cart
Choose a format:
- Simon & Schuster Audio |
- ISBN 9781442358478 |
- July 2012
To download a file to your computer right-click on the link and choose 'save file as'
High Resolution Images
- Book Cover Image (jpg): Absolutely, Positively
Unabridged Audio Download 9781442358478(1.5 MB)
- Author Photo (jpg): Jayne Ann Krentz
Photograph by Marc von Borstel(0.1 MB)
Any use of an author photo must include its respective photo credit
Read an Excerpt
Harry Stratton Trevelyan allowed himself few certainties in life, but during the past month he had become absolutely, positively sure of one thing. He wanted Molly Abberwick. Tonight he intended to ask her to have an affair with him.
This was a major decision for Harry. But then, most decisions were major for him.
The opening sentence of his latest book could have served as his personal motto: Absolute certainty is the greatest of all illusions.
As a general rule he applied that principle to his work and to his personal life. A man had only one reliable defense against illusions in...
Hear an Excerpt
Get updates on new releases, awards news, materials for course adoption and conference information