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Written (and read) years ago by Jayne Ann Krentz, Amanda Glass, this paranormal erotic suspense involves humans on another world

Written (and read) years ago by Jayne Ann Krentz, Amanda Glass, this paranormal erotic suspense involves humans on another world. The mild plot twist added some interest but did not require any real thought.

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SHIELD'S LADY was first published in the 1980s under the pseudonym of Amanda Glass. Shield's Lady was the last of the Lost Colony series and for me it is the best

SHIELD'S LADY was first published in the 1980s under the pseudonym of Amanda Glass. I first read it then and the unique setting, story and characters appealed to me then and I found the book unforgettable. SHIELD'S LADY is a sci-fi futuristic romance set on the planet of Windarra. The planet inhabitants are settlers from earth who were stranded. Shield's Lady was the last of the Lost Colony series and for me it is the best. In this colony there were two colony ships and they crashed on separate continents on the planet Windarra. Both groups thought that everyone on the other ship perished.

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Amanda America Dickson (November 20, 1849 – June 11, 1893) was a mulatto or mixed-race socialite in Georgia who became known as one of the wealthiest African-American women of the 19th century after inheriting a large estate from her white planter father. Born into slavery, she was the child of David Dickson, a white planter, and Julia Frances Lewis Dickson, one of his slaves, who was thirteen when her daughter was born

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Shield's Lady, 1989 (originally published as Amanda Glass, reissued under Jayne Ann Krentz). Crystal Flame, 1986 (as Jayne Ann Krentz). Sweet Starfire, 1986 (as Jayne Ann Krentz). Shield's Lady, 1989 (reissued under Jayne Ann Krentz).

Amanda Wingfield lives in a world that fluctuates between illusion and reality. When it is convenient to her, she simply closes her eyes to the brutal, realistic world. When life in this tenement world becomes unbearable, she recalls the days of her youth when she lived at Blue Mountain and had seventeen gentlemen callers in one Sunday afternoon. Indeed, this story has been told so often that it is no longer an illusion and instead has become a reality

Sariana encounters Gryph, an individual blessed with extrasensory powers, on an exotic lost colony of Earth, and the two are soon allied in love and war
Chankane
SHIELD'S LADY was first published in the 1980s under the pseudonym of Amanda Glass. I first read it then and the unique setting, story and characters appealed to me then and I found the book unforgettable. SHIELD'S LADY is a sci-fi futuristic romance set on the planet of Windarra. The planet inhabitants are settlers from earth who were stranded. The settlers were unintentionally divided during the landing between the east and the west where their societies developed separately. The east contained the business and intellectuals Alf the west consisted of the artists and craftsmen. It had been intended that the two groups would form a complete society. The two groups have found one another again and have just begin to interact.

Sariana Dayne has come to the west in order to prove herself a competent businesswoman in order to return successfully to her family in the east. When she needs help she drugs and abducts Gryph Chassyn, a member of the mercenary class known as one of the Shields. The Shields are protectors in the west and have been genetically alerted to have some telepathic abilities that allow them to focus through prisms.

While Sariana is all business, Gryph recognizes her as one of the few women that Shields can marry and have children with. This story has the two protagonists nor understanding one another and working at cross purposes at first, but the two get to know one another, trust one another, work together and eventually love one another. In the process, the two discover they have a unique relationship.

Graph trends top be autocratic and at first dismissive of Sariana's strength. One of the things I like about this book is how he comes to appreciate her strength and unique abilities. I find the witty dialogue between the two makes me smile and I really feel in love with the two main characters.

This book Haas many of the harbingers of JAK's Harmony books written as Jayne Castle. There is also a measure of overlap with her Arcane books. Readers of those series may be interested in seeing how JAK was working on the concepts for those books here.
MEGA FREEDY
Sheild's Lady was your average type of story that you get from Jayne Ann Krentz (or Amanda Quick, Jayne Castle...) that was set in an unusual sci-fi universe. Since this was one of her earlier books I was hoping for something fresh and different. The plot was fairly decent, I can always stretch my imagination, but unfortunately I found the characters to be similar to a lot of other characters from other books- I have read about 15-20 from this author: Our girl does not fit in conventional society, very smart, fiesty, bold, argumentative, and atypically pretty. Our guy also does not fit in conventional society, take-charge, arrogant, not quite handsome, and overprotective. These are standard traits and made them kind just okay. I also found the dialogue a bit cheesy at times, especially with calling her my "shieldlady" and other variations quite frequently and especially during intimate scenes.

So this gets three stars. Even though I find her characters cookie-cutter, usually the plots are very exciting and the dialogue a little less cheesy and always make for a good read. Not one of her best but one of the better out there for sci-fi romance. Thanks.
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I got Jayne Ann Krentz's newsletter and saw where Shield's Lady was offered as an ebook for 1.99. I had read the other two Lost Colony books Sweet Starfire and Crystal Flame. I even have a combined hardcopy of the two books but had never read Shield's Lady so I purchased and read. All three were written in the 1980's so are early example's of Krentz's futuristic writing. For me they are not as good as the St. Helen's books and those are not as good as the Harmony/Ghost Hunter books. That said they are worth reading and do let you see Krentz's progression as a writer.

Shield's Lady was the last of the Lost Colony series and for me it is the best. In this colony there were two colony ships and they crashed on separate continents on the planet Windarra. Both groups thought that everyone on the other ship perished. They have just recently rediscovered each other. Both groups are developed in very different manners.

Sariana Dayne is from the eastern continent where lives are very structured and in Sariana's mind much more civilized. She has moved to
the western continent and although she does not realize it at first she fits much better on the western continent where life if full of surprises.

Gryph Chassyn is a Shield. Shields are surrounded by mystery and legends. There are not Shields on the eastern continent so this is Sariana's first contact with a Shield. Sariana does not believe in legends. When the two end up working together sparks fly. Shields have special powers that help protect the people of the planet. One thing that is unique about them is the fact they have to find their Shield Mate to every have children and then they only have male children. Sariana is Gryph's Shield Mate. Not that she believes that.

The set up here is great. There is a lot of tension between Gryph and Sariana. She refuses to believe the part about Shield Mates. Gryph never askes, he orders. Sariana never follows orders. A prisma cutter has been stolen and Sariana needs Gryph to find it. What develops is much more than a theft. The theft is part of a dangerous plot that only Gryph and Sariana can stop.

Shield's Lady was a quick fun read. If you like Jayne Ann Krentz's futuristic stories pick this on up and find out about one of the Lost Colonies.
Shield's Lady (Lovestruck) ebook
Author:
Amanda Glass
Category:
Fantasy
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Publisher:
Popular Library; First Edition edition (June 1, 1989)
Rating:
4.6
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