‘Untouchable’ Delivers Twisty Turny Romantic Thrills

Romantic suspense stalwart Jayne Ann Krentz’s latest — it’s part of a series, but works as a standalone — will keep you flipping pages with its complex bad guy and tangled but propulsive plot.

Untouchable is 100% romantic suspense that delivers on all the feels.

Jayne Ann Krentz is a stalwart in the romance field — she's written more than 120 novels, under the pen names Amanda Quick (historical romantic suspense), Jayne Castle (futuristic/paranormal romantic suspense), and — under her own name — contemporary romantic suspense.

Untouchable is the third book in Krentz's best-selling series about the foster sons of Anson Salinas, featuring the return of big bad Quinton Zane — and this time around, Zane's not alone. He's found both hedge-fund wealth and his long-lost biological father, which means he has everything he needs to get rid of Anson's sons, starting with Jack Lancaster.

Why is Quinton Zane obsessed with this family? Frankly, it's mutual: Anson and his sons run a Seattle detective agency, and they've been hunting Zane — a former cult leader — for years. Anson blames Zane for the fire that killed his sons' mothers, while Zane blames Anson for the end of his cult.