Jennifer Ryan, uthor of The Hunted Series, writes romantic suspense and contemporary small-town romances. http://www.jennifer-ryan.com/index.html
Jennifer lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and three children. When she isn’t writing a book, she’s reading one. Her obsession with both is often revealed in the state of her home and how late dinner is to the table. When she finally leaves those fictional worlds, you’ll find her in the garden, playing in the dirt and daydreaming about people who live only in her head, until she puts them on paper.
The Ones You Know: Nora Roberts (Who doesn't?), Sandra Brown, Elizabeth Lowell, Sharon Sala, Stephanie Laurens, Judith McNaught, Julie Garwood, Hannah Howell, Sabrina Jefferies, and Monica McCarty to name a few.
Get to know some of my amazing writer friends: Marina Adair, Hannah Jayne, Elisabeth Barrett, Sharon Hamilton, and Britt Bury to name a few.
Food: Chocolate (I eat it with every meal.)
Dinner: Tacos (Seriously, we have them at least once a week. Usually on the night my husband had mexican for lunch. I have a sixth sense about some things.)
Dessert: Anything chocolate.
Singer/Songwriter: Pink (I know, not country, but I love her.)
Game: Chinese Checkers on my phone. Fishdom on the computer. (I bought Fishdom for my daughter, but I get lost in that game sometimes.)
Beach or Mountains: Depends on my mood. I love both, but you're more likely to find me at the lake in the summer, reading on the shore with my mom while dad and grandpa swim and water ski with the kids.
TV Show: Revenge, Hannibal, The Following
Person: My husband. Anyone who says, "Do what makes you happy," and means it deserves my love and devotion for the past 20+ years. That goes for my mom and step-dad, too.
Book Four in The Hunted Series …
FBI agent Tyler Reed trusts only facts and evidence, until the day a beautiful blonde delivers a life-saving warning ... based on nothing more than a vision.
Five years later, the mysterious Morgan Standish has used her talents to help Tyler and the FBI bring down countless criminals. Still, Tyler knows next to nothing about her. She contacts him by phone—and by some sort of psychic connection he's not prepared to admit exists—but has not shown herself once. Until now.
Morgan's gift may let her see things others can't, but it comes at a price. Getting too close to anyone is dangerous, especially the gorgeous, moody Special Agent Reed. For she's seen the future: if they meet again too soon, an innocent could be lost.
But when Tyler's latest case forces Morgan out of hiding, she is the one thrust into the path of a serial killer, the Psychic Slayer, who will stop at nothing to protect the secrets only Morgan can see.