If one is going to query a publisher, Jennifer suggests not doing so in pink ink. Her first query, written when she was twelve, was nothing if not colorful. She writes historical fiction and historical romance with unusual themes and locations (locations such as Austria and themes touching on subjects such as autism the mores of the mentally ill in the 19th century). A deep appreciation for the masters of gothic literature led her to expanding Gaston Leroux's, The Phantom of the Opera. Like many readers worldwide, Jennifer was left wondering if that timeless classic truly ended with the death of a sensual and romantic madman. Madrigal is the first in a series that continues the life of Erik. Abendlied is its sequel.
One man desperate to keep the past from destroying his life. One woman refusing to give up on true love. A legacy that spans decades as the Phantom of the Opera saga continues…
MADRIGAL - Years earlier Erik faked his death.
ABENDLIED - Desiring normalcy is difficult with a price on his head.
RONDEAU - Still in hiding from the law.
Two guns. One bullet. And the victim that changes everyth
The Madrigals Continue…
While on the run and hiding in Germany, Erik lives like everyone else—until one nobleman strikes back…
When Anna’s secret past is revealed and she is captured by Raoul’s bounty hunter, Erik is forced to avenge her.
And a result that changes everything…
Madrigal Continues . . .
Desiring normalcy is difficult enough with a price on his head, but when Erik is falsely accused of killing Philippe de Chagny, brother of his nemesis, he is launched toward madness.
Anna is an unlikely companion, sharing Erik’s heart and the bounty on his head. Can love endure or will it take memories of one unlikely man to heal them all?