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Praise for Jen's Books

Brooklyn Rockstar


First book by this author and I absolutely LOVED it!! Sweet, strong country girl comes to the big city and meet a hot rockstar (I'm a sucker for rocker books!?) Characters were amazing, I loved the connection and immediate pull they had to one another. A beautiful story with HOT sex scenes and characters you just can't help but fall in love with!! HIGHLY recommended!! Will surely be back for more!


Midwest Fighter

First I’ll start of by saying that this series was a first for me by this author but holy hell was I blown away with Evelyn and Charlie’s story and now James and Sharlo!

If you truly want a soulful, heart gripping story then this is the one to read. Although I would recommend read Brooklyn Rockstar first so that everything is understandable with everyone involved. I can’t wait to read more about Nolan, he was very intriguing and I agree with my new favorite Brit that he needs to find someone to fill his time with besides the bar.


Paranormal Keepers


Paranormal Keepers was a wonderful YA paranormal read. It reminded me a lot of the show Supernatural (which is a good thing because I love that show), with its mythology and terminology. It had thrills, secrets, and a few unexpected twists along the way and I enjoyed it all.

Harper was a great heroine. She was thrown into an entirely new situation and kept both her head and her sense of humor. She was tough, clever, and a truly likable character. Dexter was the love interest in this book and he was wonderful. He stood by Harper no matter what and he was very sweet with how he treated her. I thought he was a delight. The romance was light but well done. I liked the progression of Harper and Dexter's relationship, going from infatuated friends to a devoted couple. After the events of this book, I'm hoping that they manage to hold on to a happy ending.

The plot moved quickly and kept me interested the entire way through. There were twists along the way, as well as an unexpected secret that really took me by surprise.



The Day Zombies Ruined My Perfectly Boring Life

This is an action-packed and entertaining zombie comedy. I loved it. Emma had me laughing throughout, and I thought the relationship between her and Finn was natural and endearing. The fade to black scene was excruciating - reminded me of Edward and Bella in Breaking Dawn. I couldn't put this down and am sorry to have to say goodbye to Em and Finn. Hopefully this isn't the end. 

—Emma Meade, Author of Under the Desert Moon




Saving Phoebe

Ann’s unusual romantic tale features Phoebe and Jace — two stubborn yet very passionate people whose troubled backgrounds stifle their potential. Told in alternating first-person narratives, Ann’s unique plot weaves together a complex cast into a dystopian setting. Fighting for Phoebe is a dark and twisted read sprinkled with a hint of hope and eroticism.

~Anita Lock, RT Book Reviews

Adam's List


The detail and emotions that are brought out with Adam's List keep you on your toes and wanting more. The main characters and their instant connection makes you swoon. I loved that the rules seemed to be reverse from the normal romance books. This book had me cracking up laughing with the back and forth banter between these two and then it had me crying, Adam really made my heart ache for him. I see this book as a stand alone however, I could read about these characters forever. I can't wait to see what Jenn has in store for us next because I just know its bound to be epic!



Mind Static


This is a fun, fast paced novel that you won't want to put down. Naumann taps right into the teen POV with the right amount of humor, pop culture, love and drama. Add an element of newfound supernatural power and the MC, Keyanna, is a character you will care about and will root for. Her journey is packed with self discovery and tough choices.



Cheating Death


The beginning of this book sucked me in with a creepy hook, but it was the ending that made me love it. This is a very different story from the usual YA’s I like to read. It’s about something deeper and more real than what paranormal romances tend to deal with. I feel like this book took a moment to look at some of the things that are often romanticized in YA and NA paranormal romances and give an honest and real perspective on them. Cheating Death is about growing up and learning to deal with life changing events in a responsible way; and, it makes some serious comments about teen drinking, suicide, rape, and second chances. The ending was incredible. It wrapped everything up nicely and in an unexpected way.

—Lauryn April, Author of Into the Deep


What I've Done


Okay so it's definitely safe to say that I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I liked everything about Lilly. As the main character you could not ask for anything better-she has her faults but she also has lots of courage and loves her "family". This book was a great mesh of fiction and fantasy-I think it was important for the readers to understand the dire situation that Lilly and Rose were in, and that the "fantasy" part kind of takes the backseat for these other issues that are ongoing. I loved how you as a reader, really feel the hopelessness of Lilly and Rose's situations and of their lives-it makes you feel some empathy for them. Overall, it was very easy to get roped in and to really become invested with in the characters.



Jen Naumann has a way of capturing the reader

at the very beginning and holding throughout the book. The mystery behind Olive's life, family, and past is what kept me turning page after page. The dystopian storyline is not overwhelming. It's very believable. Descriptions of places and people really make you feel like you can see it. I would love to see this one turned into a movie script. It is worthy of it. For anyone who had read The Hunger Games or Divergent series books, this is equally as enjoyable.






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