Jill Ramsower

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Within a year of self-publishing her first book, Jill Ramsower quit her job as an attorney and dedicated her days to churning out romantic adventures. She likes to think of her books as contemporary romance with a touch of fantasy—at its core, her writing is about the connection between two people. Sometimes that connection involves a little magic…

With Jill’s books, you can count on confident heroines, plenty of steamy tension, and deliciously assertive leading men. There are no guarantees in life, but with her books, you know everything will work out in the end. However, a perfect ending would not be nearly as satisfying without a seemingly insurmountable challenge. Jill loves to add plenty of adversity in her stories, creating unforgetta
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Born of Nothing Upcoming Promo

Man do I suck at updating this thing. There’s so many elements to being an indie author, jugging it all can be quite the circus. I’ve got loads of promo activities (signing events, giveaways, book tour, etc.) coming up to celebrate the release of Born of Nothing. It’s exhausting and exhilarating at the same time. This book is special to me. It came together in a matter of days, practically outl...

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My fave was Aria's story but I have enjoyed Giana's and Lily's too. Mob romance is the best!
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Love me some bad boy mobster and this was a great one!
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I love Reilly's mobsters, yum!
Midnight's End by Jill Ramsower
"So good! Best one of the whole series. I did NOT see that twist coming!! "
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"Loved this series, grew up with the tales of King Arthur and Jill does a wonderful job weaving the lore through this series in new and creative ways. Quick and fun read, with a great twist on the Morgan le Fey, aka Lady of The Lake. Much enjoyed...."
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"A terrific finish to an entertaining fantasy series. The seductive Morgan rehabs her image and went from pariah to a wonderfully intriguing character with lots of charm. As her wolf companion sent by Merlin to watch over her magically transforms i..." Read more of this review »
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“I crossed the distance between us and I reared back and slapped him as hard as I could. Hands trembling with rage, I stood my ground and said what would hurt him the most.

“Lochlan was right about you, piece of shit,” I said on a shaky voice and his eyes flashed with fury.

He grabbed my arm painfully, whipping me around to face him as if he was going to spew more ugly words at me, but nothing came out. Instead, his brows creased as if in confusion and his eyes danced from my chest to my face and back. I yanked the lapel of my coat over my chest, which had been exposed from the low neckline of my blouse, and wrestled myself from his grip. Taking a step back, our eyes met and my skin crawled at the devious intent written in his glare. His chin lifted and a shit-eating grin spread across his face, eyes gleaming with an unspoken threat.”
Jill Ramsower, Shadow Play

“Crawling around on the table was a tiny man gathering crumbs. He was about six inches tall, if he were to stand up. He had greenish skin with brown hair and appeared similar to a doll-sized human wearing little scraps of clothing. Sensing he had an audience, the little man also froze. His already large eyes opened even farther as we held each other's stare and time seemed to stand still. The moment ended in an instant when the man vanished, like a bubble that burst, he was just gone.”
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