Jenny Lyn





Jenny Lyn

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in Gainesville, FL, The United States
March 15, 1966

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Sandra Brown, Elizabeth Lowell, Harper Lee, Suzanne Forster


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I started reading when I was four, thanks to a babysitter who found out the only way to get me to sit still (and shut up) was to put a book in my hand. By the time I entered kindergarten, I’d blown through just about every Little Golden Book ever printed. Ten years later, much to my mother’s dismay, I found her stash of paperback romance novels. She tried to divert me back to something more chaste by buying me Harlequins, but I still snuck copies of hers when she wasn’t looking. Shanna, The Flame and the Flower, and Fires of Winter will always hold special places in my heart because they introduced me to roguish heroes, headstrong heroines, and the trouble they could get into together.


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Today I’m one of the featured authors over at The Romance Reviews helping them celebrate their 3rd Anniversary. There are lots of prizes to be won from both authors and publishers, including the Grand Prize of a $100 Gift Card....
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Average rating: 3.88 · 356 ratings · 75 reviews · 10 distinct works · Similar authors
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Bite
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Heart Trouble
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Burn
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Clearing the Air
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Thoughtful Moments
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“The truth is I’m a chicken shit coward who’s afraid of a girl like you. When I’m with you, I want things I never thought I’d be able to have, or deserved, and that scares me a little. I’m just a regular guy who works in a bar and you’re this beautiful person who shines brighter than the stars.
I think I just made up some cheesy poetry so I’ll stop while I’m ahead.
If you feel like talking, give me a call.
~D
Sophie sat down on the floor and, through blurry eyes, reread the note so many times she had it memorized.
She was going to do more than give him a call.”
Jenny Lyn, Clearing the Air

“You don’t like my restaurant, Miss Connor?”
“I couldn’t say since the waiting list to get in is six months long.”
One side of his mouth curved up. “This is true.”
His finger lingered, and I tried to swallow the nervous lump in my throat. “I think you can call me by my first name now, seeing as how you’re touching my boob. That puts us a little past formality, don’t you think?”
Jenny Lyn, Bite

“What is the perfect peanut butter and jelly sandwich, exactly?” Tess asked, pursing her lips. Erin knew it was her attempt at making light of a heavy situation.
“You know, just the right amount of jelly where it doesn’t squish out when you bite into it. Not so much peanut butter that you get all goopy-mouthed. Making the perfect PBJ is an art form. And it has to be fresh white bread, and the best grape jelly and creamy peanut butter on the market. No exceptions.”
Tess bobbed her head. “Ah, yes. The dreaded goopy mouth.”
Jenny Lyn, Heart Trouble



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