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I started writing fiction at the age of 12 for my friends. Of course, in those days, I was the heroine, saving dashing rock stars from their ruin. Now, somewhat older, hopefully wiser, I decided to finally put down my ideas on paper and write about a heroine not unlike myself (personality wise, certainly not realistically).
After finding my own soulmate (which is just another word for the only man willing to live with me), and having two beautiful children, I'm changing my stay-at-home mom status to part-time author. Which isn't to say that my days are not still filled with laundry and dishes, but I've also added writing.
I have many plans for my heroine, Ginny. She will meet matchmakers, pirates, cowboys and maybe a vampire or two. If I've read it in a romance novel, you can bet, Ginny will live it in an upcoming novel.
Thank you for all the support from my family and friends. Without my overly encouraging husband, none of these books would have been written. And I really appreciate my fellow neighborhood mommies. They make the best editors in the world.
on July 21, 2013 :
I have been an avid fan of the series since I read the first book and I was so excited when I found out that the new book was out but I was so disappointed.
It started out interesting but then it fell at a slow and boring pace. I was hoping that I wouldn't last but alas it did. There was no major final sitting-on-the-edge-of-your-seat scene like all the other books and that's was I thought would happen with the father's unsavory personality but nothing. There wasn't that much romance for Ginny which saddend me a little and made this book paled in comparison because the one before had everything: passion, romance, fighting vampires and having 2 men vying for her attentions and Ginny great personality stuck through. I felt like the ending was rushed and I seriously felt robbed by the abrupt way it ended. An ending for Hope would have been good and I was shocked when it just ended with "she let herself go" and bam nothing else; no the end no nothing. I thought my reader was broken. Overall it wasn't a horrible read but after having read the first seven books it didn't come up to the standards that I am accustomed to from Jennifer Connors. I can't wait to read the next book and hoping that it falls back into the category as the other seven books. So I'd this 3.5 stars.
(reviewed the day of purchase)