Cady Briggs is troubled and suspicious of the accidental death of her great aunt, Vesta Briggs. Vesta was the founder of the profitable Gallery Chatelaine and right before her death, she mentioned having reservations about an upcoming merger with the Austry-Post Gallery. When Cady discovers that Vesta has left her in charge of Chatelaines, instead of her CEO cousin Sylvia, alarm bells start to ring.

Cady needs help. It just so happens that through the Internet, she has located a discrete research firm called Lost & Found. And her communication with its founder, Mack Easton, has her curiously daydreaming about him. Mack also feels the cyber attraction. Despite the nature of the project, he agrees to take the case. Now all thats left to do is figure out what really happened to Vesta.

It is always a joy to open a book by prolific author Jayne Ann Krentz. Her consistent ability to deliver satisfying reading experiences is unmatched. (Jan., 352 pp., $23.95) Paperback released November 2001.

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith