I have read every Jayne Ann Krentz book I can get my hands on and when I found A Woman's Touch, I bought the book without even reading the back cover. Once again I was not disappointed. Krentz gives us a hero in Kyle that if he was created by anyone but Krentz we would hate him. Kyle is arrogant, macho, and all male. But, Krentz gives him a vulnerability that makes you want to slap him and hug him at the same time. Our heroine, Rebecca is just the woman for Kyle. She is the only one around that seems unfazed by his legendary temper. Rebecca looks deep inside of Kyle and finds something to love and sets out to prove to Kyle he can be loveable. I really enjoy the fact that these two can have misunderstandings between each other, but they never abandon each other. I really dislike a book that takes the hero or heroine far away from each other for chapter after chapter. Krentz does not do that, she always keeps her characters in touch. I also like the little nuances and habits that she gives her characters. When I read a book by Krentz, I feel as if I know the characters and would not be surprised to meet them on the street. I will always read a book by Jayne Ann Krentz or Amanda Quick her alter-ego.