Jennifer Vettor


Jennifer Vettor is a story-teller, who lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband. She works as a Nutritionist and a Reiki Master (her day job), but her favourite job (and passion) is writing provocative novels, with richly developed characters her readers will fall in love with. She believes a good story is one that stirs up emotion, forcing the reader to root for the protagonist, relating to them long after the last page has been turned. Writing modern-day romances, with a dash of spice is her forte, but she also enjoys dabbling in other genres.

For several years, Jennifer has been ghost-writing for a popular USA Today bestselling author. This positive experience has allowed her to build confidence while honing her skills. Now that her children have launched into their own lives, she has more time to focus on telling stories.

She has penned two novels, Fated and This Aint No Rom-Com, but look for more in the future.

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This Ain't No Rom-Com
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This Ain't No Rom-Com
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 102,160. Language: English. Published: December 14, 2020. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Gia never thought she’d be looking for love again, but when her twenty-four-year marriage dissolves she finds herself swimming back in the sea, only to find the rules have changed, and so have the fish. In an attempt to ease her cynicism she shares her misadventures in a blog. No one is as surprised as Gia when her humorous love life goes viral, and at almost fifty, her world is changed forever.
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 71,680. Language: English. Published: December 14, 2020. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult
Meg is a jaded American girl in Scotland, building a new life. Searching through a crate of aged books, she chances upon an old diary, penned by Katherine, a young woman from the ’60s. Meg immerses herself into her heartfelt confessions, unaware that their stories are strangely connected, a mystery that binds them. Little does she know, fate may be realigning the stars...and her love life.

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