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#Win A Wanted Man by Jennifer Morey (US)

JENNIFER MOREY’S first stories were inspired by her childhood love of Man o' War, Secretariat and The Black Stallion by Walter Farley. Bubbles of dialogue above cartoon drawings of horses led to hand-written tales of adolescent love. Years later, and two months after graduating from Colorado State University with a B.S. in geology, her mother died suddenly and the course of her life changed. The writer in her resurfaced, and she pursued a serious career. As Associate Project Manager for the Spacecraft Systems Segment of a satellite imagery and information company, Jennifer works with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. When not writing, she can be found playing volleyball, hiking, flower gardening, socializing, or cuddling with her rescued golden retriever and feisty yellow lab. A finalist in more than twenty contests, Jennifer has received several awards for her writing, one of which led to the publication of her debut novel, The Secret Soldier. 


Praise for Jennifer Morey


“Morey’s nonstop action-packed plot and intriguing characters create a compelling story.” –RT Book Reviews


“There is gripping suspense in every Jennifer Morey story.”
– Cataromance


“Thanks to strong storytelling and smooth pacing, readers will be hooked.”
– RT Book Reviews


How-to Tips for Aspiring Writers, from Jennifer Morey: 
Writing is the most important, of course. Know your grammar and how to tell a story. If you aren’t a natural, join critique groups and enter contests. Don’t be afraid to step outside your comfort zone. Learn as much as you can. I am still learning after having 16 books published! Easily taking offense to criticism will make your journey a lot harder. Stay positive and believe in your talent as much as you believe in yourself. 

After his daughter’s brutal murder, former NYPD detective Kadin Tandy opens Wyoming’s Dark Alley Investigations to bring violent criminals to justice. Romance is the last thing on the sexy PI’s troubled mind. That is, until feisty ad exec Penny Darden asks for his help. Now he’s investigating her estranged boyfriend’s frightening link to a murder.

Despite her relationship status, Penny’s fierce independence and frank flirtation revive Kadin’s damaged heart. As an untraceable killer closes in on them, the more harrowing the stakes – and the closer they become. At risk are their lives and their best shot at love.

A WANTED MAN
By Jennifer Morey
Harlequin; September 1, 2015
$5.50 US; 281 pages
ISBN-13: 9780373279340


AND NOW THE GIVEAWAY

1 US winner
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Comments

  1. haven't read this author before

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  2. I liked her comments for aspring writers. I'm sure lots of people know joining a group is a great idea, I don't think I've ever heard to enter contests.

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  3. Love the advice for writers. Thanks for sharing it!

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