“Jen handled her adaptation beautifully, she makes the history of this tumultuous era come alive. Those familiar with The fictional world of The Pimpernel will appreciate her salute to the original and lovers of history will applaud how she makes the French Revolution personal, and intimate.
“She has a beautiful grasp on our innate desire for freedom and infuses that into her story. The plot is heart rending and suspenseful. The romance is toe tingling and the characters are so realistic, for the first time in my life, I felt emotionally connected to Marie Antoinette. With a strong female character you can root for this is one of my new favorite Pimpernel adaptations.” Beautiful review from bookconfessionsblog.wordpress.
How ELSE does Jen spend her time? What’s going on with her six children? Her husband? Her fun town?
Prequel to Tabitha’s Folly Damen, most valued footman of the Countess Du’ Brevan, walked precisely three steps behind his employer, cradling her dog in his arms. She waved impatiently but kept at her slow pace. “Come Damen, I insist upon personally inspecting each of…
In a romance, the proposal or marriage comittment is what is happening on the OUTSIDE. A kiss, a proposal, a marriage are all important symbols. But what’s more important, of course, is the INNER emotional journey.