Jennifer L. Oliver was first bitten by the story bug when she saw Star War IV at the tender age of 5. Once she realized that her mind held the key to doorways of dimensions far beyond our own, she found sanity in escaping from the doldrums of the physical world to the magical places she created in her stories.
After many years of working at a daily newspaper, she honed her writing skills in secret. Now Jennifer brings that same opportunity of escape and entertainment to readers of her dark urban fantasy and paranormal thrillers.
She lives on Florida's Gulf Coast with her husband, two cats, and a Royal Bahamian Potcake dog that is half her size and thinks the world revolves around food and treats. When she's not writing, you can find her playing in the flower garden, giggling with her granddaughter, and enjoying time with her family and friends.
Always trust your instincts.
When Haedyn witnesses the Fae Queen’s murder, she knows she's the only one who can stop the killer from going after Lex.
But she can’t shake the feeling something is off. The killer is always one step ahead. And worse, her threadbare control over her powers is slipping fast.
If Haedyn doesn’t find the dark fae and save Lex, she may become the biggest threat of all.
Only by taking the demon Azazel as a lover was Lenore able to gain advantage in the hierarchy of witches. But there's a cost to every action, and now she has secrets to hide. To escape the outcome of her deeds, Lenore must seek help from a species she knows only from the nightmares of her childhood. Will the People of the Wood help her or is there a greater price yet to be paid?
Ever start reading a book and you just can't put it down? Or if you do, your thoughts stay in the story until you are able to read more? Shrilugh was that book for me. I stayed up until the wee hours of the morning because I just had to finish reading it. The story has a good pace and immediately pulls you into Aydan's world. I can't wait to read the next book!