Felicia Jensen


Felicia Jensen comes from an eclectic Brazilian family—her mother was a teacher, her grandfather was a conductor and pianist, and her father was an accountant. Her interest in reading and writing began in childhood, focusing on the comics. She wrote and inked some comic characters that were published in alternative magazines called “fanzines.” But real life beckoned so she set aside her dreams and dedicated herself to teaching and voluntary psychology work. At age 33, she realized that something was missing, but it was not until a critical experience occurred that compelled her to re-discover who she was and reassess her life’s goals. Encouraged by two friends to “keep writing,” Felicia finished her debut novel...Hadrian’s Wall.


Hadrian's Wall
By Felicia Jensen
Price: $6.95 USD. Words: 169,750. Language: English. Published: May 26, 2013 by The von Raesfeld Agency. Category: Fiction
When Melissa Baker wakes up in a hospital in Hadrian’s Wall, Maine, she has no idea how she got there, nor does she recall anything that’s happened to her since she left the orphanage. She’s now in the care of handsome, intriguing Dr. Adrian Cahill, a member of the rich, powerful clan that founded the town. The Cahills are harboring secrets and unbeknownst to Melissa, she’s one of them.

Felicia Jensen’s tag cloud

celtic    hallucinations    insanity    orphan    panthers    vampires