Promise Not to Tell (Cutler, Sutter & Salinas #2) by Jayne Ann Krentz

Promise Not to Tell (Cutler, Sutter & Salinas #2)

Listening Length: 10 hours and 40 minutesA painter of fiery, nightmarish visions throws herself into the sea—but she leaves her secrets behind . . . Seattle gallery owner Virginia Troy has spent years battling the demons that stem from her childhood time in a cult and the night a fire burned through the compound, killing her mother. And now one of her artists has taken her own life, but not before sending Virginia a last picture: a painting tha...

Details Promise Not to Tell (Cutler, Sutter & Salinas #2)

TitlePromise Not to Tell (Cutler, Sutter & Salinas #2)
Release DateJan 2nd, 2018
PublisherRecorded Books
GenreRomance, Romantic Suspense, Mystery, Suspense, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance

Reviews Promise Not to Tell (Cutler, Sutter & Salinas #2)

  • Julie
    Promise Not to Tell by Jayne Ann Krentz is a 2018 Berkley publication. Rebound! I’m beginning to sense a little excitement with this series!! The first book in this new series by veteran author, Jayne Ann Krentz, got off to a rocky start, or at least it did for me. I was hoping fervently that this second installment would show some improvement, and so I am happy to say it is a much stronger effort and I really enjoyed it. Seattle comes to life ...
  • .Under the pages
    OUT NOW!Virginia Troy and Cabot Sutter both were in a cult along with their mothers when they were just kids, until the day the cult leader, Quinton Zane, set the compound they were in on fire and killed their mothers. They never saw each other again until one of Virginia’s artists, who also was in the cult twenty-two years ago, killed herself right after leaving Virginia one last piece that left her second guessing all her beliefs regarding th...
  • paulie
    3.494 stars - - (to be released 01/02/18) disclaimer: to the lactose intolerant, there is mention of dairy in this review. this was my first krentz title. it seems she has a shipload of titles under her belt (one of three names she uses depending on genre). there's a difference between blueberry yogurt and plain yogurt with blueberries. the same with strawberry yogurt and plain yogurt with strawberries. you take the plain yogurt (book's foundatio...
  • Chris Carroll
    Fast paced with lots of twists. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The author has stepped up the game in this newest offering and I am excited to share my review and thoughts on this story. One good thing, if you missed the prior book, do not dismay. This is a total standalone. The family is the tie between the books, not a story continuation.In the prior book, I enjoyed the story but it had some flaws to me. I was so happy this this story was much more exc...
  • Monnie
    This complex, intriguing story spans more than 20 years - from the time eight young children are rescued from certain death in a barn fire deliberately set by the leader of a cult to which their parents belonged to the present, when death once again stalks the survivors. Now, one of them - an artist whose work is in an art gallery owned by another of the survivors - commits suicide. Virginia Troy, the gallery owner, suspects the death was murder;...
  • Chloe
    Virginia Troy owns an art gallery in Seattle and is one of the kid survivor of the cult led by Quinton Zane. The past comes back to haunt Virginia when one of her artist leaves her a clue in a painting about the cult before committing suicide. Virginia decides to ask PI Cabot Stutter who also survived the cult when he was a child for help. As they start getting closer to solving the mystery of the painting the bodies start piling up close to home...
  • ☕ Kimberly
    From the onset, I liked the chemistry and back and forth banter between Virginia and Cabot Sutter. They share a connection and played to each other's strengths.Virginia has reached out to the firm because Hannah Brewster's recent death was ruled a suicide. As the reader, we are made privy to what occurred on the night of Hannah's death. I was immediately pulled into the investigations and loved the plot Krentz developed from the paintings to th...
  • Corina☞BookTwinsReviews
    If you enjoy romantic suspense – JAYNE ANN KRENTZ is your author.I have read Jayne Ann Krentz for more than 10 years now and can say that with certainty. First I started by borrowing all her JAK books from the library—not nearly enough. Then I read her alter egos Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle. All in all JAK must have written 50 plus novels thus far and I have read them all.JAK is a master storyteller!Her romantic suspense novels are as addic...
  • Beth
    A complex and engaging mystery, spanning 20 years, makes for some seriously intense reading especially when it comes from Krentz.Virginia Troy, gallery owner, and Cabot Sutter, private eye, have a tragic past in common. But 20 years later that tragic past has come back to haunt them, and it has definitely turned deadly. A set of disturbing painting, an artist’s “suicide”, and a group of children that all survived a fire that wiped out the c...