J. Elle


J. Elle was raised by her single mother in Farmington Hills, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. She is her mother's only child and the eldest and only girl of her father’s four children. Both her mother and father are ex-Army. She vowed never to marry military, but Fate has an interesting sense of humor. Her husband, Thomas, is a sergeant in the United States Army Infantry. They have a son, Thomas Jr., who recently celebrated his first birthday. She is currently studying for her doctorate in psychiatry. "A woman with goals can never be stopped as long as courage and faith will move and shake the world."

The Justified series is her freshman offering with Due and Just as her first of many titles to come. She is already hard at work on Just Desserts, the next piece in what she hopes will be a long and steady writing career. "As long as one person besides me wants to read what I write, I will continue to write."

A message from the author:
I haven't had a chance to write every story that has popped in my head; but if you like me enough to stick with me, you wont be disappointed.

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Justified: Due and Just
Price: $2.50 USD. Words: 34,700. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Love can be painful and full of misery. Do you ever wish you could unlove someone? Their smile just twists you up inside and their touch sends you to heaven. Yet, they make your world hell on earth. Caleb Duncan knew this feeling, in love with a gorgeous, selfish woman. How could he remove her from his heart and life? Danielle Scott loved a man who she just could not resist and that love turned on

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Smashwords book reviews by J. Elle

  • Becky on June 12, 2012

    After reading this story I am so enthralled in it. I love Rebecca. I love her because she is a REAL woman. She goes for walks and drinks V-8 I mean she made me smile with the v-8 because my mother has been trying her best to convince me to drink it for years. The vivid description of Australia is wonderful, I've never been there but now I feel as though I kind of have. This story took away the image "Finding Nemo" left and made it real to me. Now Lucas, the name has always made me think "sexy" so it came as no surprise that the lead male was a sexy lad named Lucas. He is a typical work-a-holic man and it is interesting to see how these two end up together. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants attractive people and a lovely get away with out actually going anywhere. No this isn't about travel but I like warm sunny places and you can't get sunnier than that of Australia.