Jen Talty-where there is murder…there is love...
I am the author of the Award-Winning Novel Jane Doe’s Return. I am also a bestselling Author. Dark Water hit #10 on Nook and my books have been in the top 100 on Amazon.
I began writing romance novels while traveling from hockey rink to hockey rink as a professional hockey mom with three kids playing travel hockey. I nearly retired as only my youngest son (now 19) plays Club Hockey for Xavier University.
I have a daughter who is in the Peace Corps and currently lives in Madagascar and another son who lives in Los Vegas and works for TPC Summerline.
Both my husband and I were born and raised in Rochester, New York where we still reside.
I have always been fascinated by the darker side of human nature, hence the suspense and mystery part of my writing. That said, I need my happily-ever-after ending!
My husband will tell you that he is the inspriation for everything that I write (on the romance side), but that he sleeps with one eye open...
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"A blend of romance and suspense that kept me riveted!" Christine Wenger, Bestselling Author
New York State Trooper Jake Prichard turned his back on the family farm, the family fortune, and his lying, manipulative father. But when someone tries to kill his dad, Jake reluctantly returns home to investigate. Only, his father isn’t the real target. It’s the farm's manager and Jake's first love.
Kenzie Chorley has worked at The Cavanaugh Equestrian Center since she was sixteen. It’s all she’s ever known, and all she’s ever wanted…other than Jake. But when he walked away from the farm, he walked away from her, too. In an attempt to heal old wounds, they rekindle their passion, but the pain of the past is too strong, leaving Kenzie alone, bereft, and pregnant. Now someone is threatening not only the farm she cherishes, but her unborn child’s heritage. If Kenzie wants to hold onto the only man she’s ever loved, she’s going to have to dig up the darkest betrayal of all. A secret she’s kept from Jake since a childhood.
A lie so damming it holds the power to destroy the very thing she’s trying to save…
"A charming setting and a steamy couple heat up the pages in an suspenseful story I couldn't put down!" NY Times and USA today Bestselling Author Donna Grant.
Things were finally looking up for Douglas Tanner. His divorce was about to be final. His construction company was doing better than ever and he was ready to start a new beginning. He just hadn’t expected that new beginning included his long time friend and daughter of his business partner. But just as he expresses his new found feelings for Stacey, his soon to be ex-wife is found dead in the bottom of Lake George one day before he was to sign the divorce papers.
And Doug is the prime suspect. Not just in his wife’s murder. But also her lover’s disappearance.
New York State Trooper Stacey Sutten had just finished her rescue swimmer certification course and finally had some time to relax. Or so she thought as she’s called to a search and rescue mission. Only there was no rescue and the body she found just happened to be the wife of the man she was falling in love with.
As Doug and Stacey’s romance heats up, so does the case. One damning piece of evidence after the other lead the police to Doug’s door. Caught between trying to prove Doug’s innocent and doing her job, Stacey finds herself in the hot seat. Just when she thinks it can’t get any worse, she's investigated as a possible accomplice.
Stacey must find out who really killed Mary, why they are hell bent on framing herself and the man she loves, before both of them get good look at the inside of a jail cell.