Jane Leopold Quinn
I’m one of the lucky ones -- a published author. My debut novel, Ancient Ties, received 4-½ Stars and Top Pick from Romantic Times and was nominated for Reviewers’ Choice Award for Best Erotic Romance of 2006.
It is my honor and pleasure to write romance. My tag line reads: My Romance: Love with a Scorching Sensuality. I love to wring every ounce of passion out of my characters and bring them together for their well-deserved Happily Ever After.
I understand about HEA. I met and married my husband a bit later in life, so I know it can happen in real life. We live in Chicago, and my writing space overlooks the park and lakefront. My message to you is take that chance to do what you want in life, and more importantly, take the chance to fall in love. Please check out my website to read about my other wonderful stories.
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Smashwords book reviews by Jane Leopold Quinn
- Bad Habit
on Aug. 30, 2011
The minute I read the blurb for this book, I knew I had to have it. A fake nun on the run? A hunky New York detective? Teri Slaughter has seen a murder that puts her life in danger. Smart girl, she finds a way to hide out in a convent in San Antonio, Texas.
Angel Garcia, Manhattan Homicide cop figures out her disguise pretty fast. He needs to protect Teri as a witness, but he falls hard for her while trying to maintain his professional demeanor. Angel was raised in San Antonio and takes Teri to his family for her safety. His folks and siblings fall in love with her too and give her a glimpse into the big, loving family she hasn't had.
The characters were great and the story really exciting. What was almost as cool was that I've been to San Antonio and have eaten at Mi Tierra and walked the Riverwalk.
I absolutely could not put the book down until I finished it.
- Kill Shot
on Oct. 05, 2011
Another winner from J.D. Faver. Micki Vermillion, the coolest name, and Officer Paul Osmond were long time friends and lovers, and were meant for each other. Or were they? Just as in Bad Habit, J.D. Faver introduces wonderfully real characters and puts them in jeopardy. Micki and "Os" have problems that any one of us could have in life, except maybe being the target of a sniper. How they overcome their differing needs and goals in life is an entrancing story, and how they deal with the danger is exciting. With a book this good, I alternate taking my time to finish it and not being able to put it down, both because I don't want it to end. I just want to keep hanging with Micki and Os.