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In a world gripped by organized crime, family dysfunction, and dim hopes of redemption, can true love persevere? For Sophie Taylor, a beautiful psychologist who lost everything when she violated an ethical boundary, and Grant Madsen, a handsome naval officer who sacrificed everything to protect a loved one, finding that love may carry an unbearable cost.
Starting their lives over in Chicago, both are fighting influences from their family and running as fast as they can to escape the past. When their paths cross outside the parole officer’s door, the attraction is instantaneous. But a hidden connection may not only shatter their fledgling love, but prove deadly to them both.
Targeted Age Group: Adult
Book Price: $.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Romantic Suspense has the heart of romance with the intellect of a crime story.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Read as much as you can, and keep writing. Writing improves with practice.
People fascinate the psychologist/author (psycho author) known as Jennifer Lane. Her therapy clients talk to her all day long about their dreams and secrets, and her characters tell her their stories at night. Jen delights in peeling away the layers to scrutinize their psyches and emotions. But please rest assured, dear reader, she isn’t psychoanalyzing you right now. She’s already got too many voices in her head!
Stories of redemption interest Jen the most, especially the healing power of love. She is the author of The Conduct Series—-romantic suspense for adult readers—-and recently completed the third and final installment: On Best Behavior. Streamline is her first foray into writing for young and new adults, but she’s found this sort of writing even more fun. A former college swimmer, Jen was able to put a lot of her own experiences into this book.
Whether writing or reading, Jen loves stories that make her laugh and cry. In her spare time she enjoys exercising, attending book club, and hanging out with her sisters and their families in Chicago and Hilton Head.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
As a law-abiding psychologist, I was intrigued by the idea of going to prison for a mistake and trying to build a life on the outside upon release. This idea was the spark for my character Sophie Taylor, psychologist turned parolee. My love of men in uniform and curiosity about the Mafia led me to create the character of Grant Madsen, a Navy lieutenant turned parolee whose family forced him to commit a crime. Sophie and Grant meet on their parole officer’s doorstep and begin to fall in love, neither aware that the same man was responsible for their prison sentences.