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Nina G. Jones

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By day, Nina G. Jones works for an internet startup and is a freelance copywriter. She lives with her husband and two dogs.

By night, she explores the hidden recesses of the human psyche in her writing.

Nina has a background in Psychology and uses this as a starting point for her writing. She adds depth to her characters by exploring their psychological motivations. Due to the nature of the topics she explores, Nina does not shy away from explicit language, sexuality, or violence. Despite covering some heavy topics, Nina finds a way to infuse humor into her writing as well.

She has a particular fascination with people who appear to be “normal” or “successful” by all outside appearances who are hiding a secret life.

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Nina G. Jones Thanks for the love! I am working on a standalone and another book in the DEBT universe. However, I don't have any release dates set.
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Okay so big DEBT news.


1) DEBT is on sale for the first time! Only 99c. It’s been $4.99 since the day it released, so now’s the time to grab it if you haven’t yet.


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2) I know I said DEBT was a standalone. And it IS. It’s a complete story. Buuut, I am writing another novel, BlaME. This time it’s Rex’s story! This books spans before and after the events of...

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Take Me with You by Nina G. Jones
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I have to say, this book messed with my mind, because although I love a dark romance, I need to feel a connection with the hero, and I need for him to be redeemable. I had so many conflicting thoughts because I didn't want to conn..." Read more of this review »
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“Where did the fiction go?
When did we begin to write off literature when its contents contained a character who remained true to themselves?
It’s not my job as an author to create a character everyone likes, one who personifies perfection.
However…it is my job to be true to the character’s personality, even when their attributes are dark, demented, and contrary to all we believe, or have been taught is right.
It is my job to show the reader, the good, bad, and the ugly of the protagonist’s true nature that resides within them.
It is not my job to create a character everyone loves, adores, agrees, and sides with.
True literature remains true to the characters within the pages they inhabit; even when the readers may not understand or agree with their integrity or lack thereof.
As an author I share a bond with each and every character within the books I write. Though they are figments of my imagination, they are alive, and to them I will always remain true; even when the reader may, or may not
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Coda by C.D. Reiss
"CODA absolutely CANNOT be read as a standalone. This is VERY important. It is not my intention to post any spoilers, but it IS my intention to get you psyched up enough to run out and start this series RIGHT AWAY!

These characters, this series, thi..." Read more of this review »
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Debt by Nina G. Jones
"I cant even express how I feel.. I need to come back.. but lets say F*ck this book ROCKED!

HOLY SHIZ I love this book…….HOOKED SO VERY HOOKED ! Nina I love you so very much for this book and for letting me read it early! But I do not like you for..." Read more of this review »
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“You don’t get to set me on fire and leave me like a pile of ashes.”
Nina G. Jones, Debt

“Because as soon as I leave after having you, I want you again. And then even when I have that, it’s not enough. When I see another man look at you the way I do, I want to kill him. I want to swallow you. I want to consume you. I want to possess you. I want you.”
Nina G. Jones, Debt

“This man is my stalker, my terrorizer, my lover.”
Nina G. Jones, Debt

“When we arrive on our floor we head to our rooms, politely bidding each other goodnight. Just as I am about to enter mine, I remember I have his jacket. I can use this to have just one more moment with him tonight. I knock on his door, his lips slightly open when he sees me on the other side.

“You forgot your jacket.” It is still on my shoulders. I turn around to offer it up to him.

“Thank you Shy,” As he says this he takes both of his hands, grabbing each shoulder of the jacket and oh so slowly pulls it off of me, grazing my bare arms and back as he pulls it off. I close my eyes taking in his touch. Each caress of his fingertips feels like one thousand little sparks. How can just the faintest touch from this man set me off like this? Please kiss me. Kiss my neck. I won’t say no. I hold my position for a second more than I should, but it feels so tortuously long. There is nothing, not another touch, not a kiss. I turn to face him again and bid him goodnight. His face looks sad, almost guilty. Every word, every touch, every action tonight was an implication. This keeps us safe from one another. It keeps me safe from him.

“Goodnight Shy,” he says as if dismissing me from his presence.

“Goodnight Taylor.”
Nina G. Jones, Strapped

“The click of the seat belt securing into the buckle is the only sound to break the awkward silence. I feel his warm breath on my neck as he reaches and I take a deep nervous inhale. His scent fills my nose, it is clean and warm, just like in the coffee shop. The smell of his skin is delicious. I try to stop these thoughts, but they are invading my brain in a way that has never happened to me before. Not even with...Rick. I try push him back out of my mind at this moment because I feel a sense of guilt. Rick and I are frozen. That’s the only way I can describe us. He is faithful, he is steady, he is nice, but he is not like this man in front of me: new, mysterious, and unpredictable. Rick and I are in a state of comfort, but like much of my life, I am becoming more and more discontent with comfort.”
Nina G. Jones, Strapped

“Shy, all those things you listed don’t make a person. They don’t. I mean it. You’re beautiful, both inside and outside, but please don’t look at me to validate that. You have to know it for yourself. -Taylor Holden, Strapped.”
Nina G. Jones, Strapped

“Shy, I can’t be fixed. We won’t ride off into the sunset. There will be no happy ending.”
Nina G. Jones, Strapped

“Sometimes I write drunk and revise sober, and sometimes I write sober and revise drunk. But you have to have both elements in creation — the Apollonian and the Dionysian, or spontaneity and restraint, emotion and discipline.”
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