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I write under the initials JM, though my name is Jennifer. I write military romance, most specifically military romance with disabled veterans. It's what I'm passionate about.
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Coming April 2nd!
Please help me!
My hunky and reclusive next door neighbor is a true hero. When my ex busted down my door and attacked me, my neighbor Booker saved me, at extreme cost to himself. He knocked the guy out and watched over me until the police could haul my assailant away. Then he let me patch him up, but the caring led to more. We spent one beautiful night together, but he hasn’t spoken to me very much since. Actually, he’s gone to extreme lengths to avoid me, telling me what we had wasn’t going anywhere.
Now, though, things are happening that make me think my ex is stalking me, and Booker is here to watch out for me. I’m afraid it won’t last long, because there’s a part of him that just won’t let me in. I’ve tried to connect with him but he’s a wounded veteran, a U.S. Army Ranger, and I believe he thinks everything I do is because I pity him or something. I just want to get to know him. I have no regrets from loving him and I hope he doesn’t either. I can tell he’s an incredible, honorable man, something we women dream of finding, but rarely do.
I’m afraid I’ve fallen for an unreachable dream.
I’m hoping that you will read this on your podcast on Friday. I’ve caught my neighbor listening to your show a couple of times, and I think it may be the only way I can get my message across to him.
Booker, if you’re listening, come knock on my door. Dinner is ready. Dessert is optional.
Desperate in Columbus
First let me say, our nation’s veterans have had a rough road, and they don’t get the thanks and appreciation that they deserve.
Sweetie, congrats for rising above an unhealthy relationship with a hopeful heart. That took courage and determination. Something you and your neighbor have in common.
If your neighbor is fighting his attraction to you, I have to wonder what has caused him to be distrustful and to close his heart. I think finding that reason may be the key to happiness.
Take your time and be persistent. All good things come to those who are patient and he sounds like a gem worth waiting for!
Booker, if you’re listening, take the chance and follow your heart.
Good luck, hon!
The ♥️ Vixen
John and Shannon have always been reader favorites, and I knew I wanted to catch up with them and learn more about the boys. This was a fun book to write, and I hope you enjoy it! Jen
Reconnect with the Lost and Found group as they settle into the intricacies of marriage and growing families.
When Shannon proposes having another baby, John is caught flat-footed. He just survived the weekend from hell, caring for his two rambunctious boys. Now she wants to add another? FUDGE no!
But that conversation has to go on hold, because she’s brought home a young soldier that is struggling to reconnect with civilian life. He seems to be checking off a list of tasks before he checks out himself. Can they detour his death plan and give him something to live for?
Marigold Lee hired on at the Lost and Found Investigative Service to honor her father’s memory while she attains her psychology degree. The young soldier with the devastating burns makes her yearn for a relationship, but his suicidal tendencies brings up her own emotional pain.
As she helps him wade through the traumatic minefield of discovering his own lost family and consoling another, they find a connection greater than either of them ever expected.
I couldn’t have asked for a better happily ever after for Logan or John. It has the right amount of emotions and empathy and wasn’t too angsty. I thought that it was awesome!