Posted by Ognian Georgiev
Jennifer Jaynes’s last novel Ugly Young Thing was highly appreciated by the readers. The novel received nice valuation of av. 4.5 Amazon stars from more than 110 reviews. Our next guest became USA Today bestselling author with her first novel, Never Smile at Strangers. She is fan of CrossFit and poker and enjoys her free time with her twin sons.
Let’s welcome our next guest.
– Jennifer, In March you published your last book Ugly Young Thing? Would you tell us more about the novel?
– It’s about Allie, a disturbed sixteen-year-old orphan, who was raised by her serial killer brother. After he commits suicide, a kind older woman named Miss Bitty takes her in and promises to give her a brighter future.
It takes Allie a while to open up and trust Miss Bitty, to even believe that it’s possible she could ever be happy since death and unhappiness have always been such a big a part of her life.
Eventually Allie learns to trust the old woman—she even learns to love her—but with women in the area turning up dead and Miss Bitty suddenly growing cold and distant, Allie begins to wonder if death has found her yet again…or if it ever really left her at all.
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