A Lesson in Sacrifice

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Book #7 of the Lesson Series More

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Language: English
About Jennifer Connors

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.

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Review by: PixieBoo on Oct. 29, 2012 :
Once again outdone yourself JC. The storyline was so intriguing and captivating that I just couldn't put the book down. I especially loved how Ginny's personality shone through and how she just wouldn't take any crap from anybody. What I preferred the most however is that she was a strong powerful woman and was kicking butt without having to wait ti be saved. She stood her own ground like in the first and fifth books where she was shooting arrows and then sword fighting pirates. I like how unlike a lot of other regency type books I've read, Ginny turns the characters into stronger and confident women who can really handle weapons. Definitely worth the wait and impatiently looking forward to where we go next.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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