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Jennifer McMurrain

Bringing you happy tears.

 
 

Meeting Up with the Candidate

New Release!

There are accidents and then there's kismet.
Krystal is a private investigator who digs into private lives of others. Her latest target is a high-powered politician who has the power to make or break her success. When her assistant sends a message meant for the client to the wrong email address, Krystal fears the worst.
Allen sees the mishap as a blessing in disguise. Instead of getting angry, he sets Krystal on a new task–finding a lost relative. Her nightly progress reports soon become the bright spot in his job of fighting a corrupt political system. Soon Allen develops a new agenda that has nothing to do with the campaign trail.
But while Allen sees the potential for spending a bright future together, Krystal doesn’t believe in destiny. Can he convince this compassionate woman that their chance meeting is the chance to invoke a change for the better? Or will the secrets of her past prevent her from pursuing a happily ever after?
The MeetSpace Meet Cute series are laugh-out-loud romantic comedies that are sure to give you warm fuzzies. Each book stands alone so you can jump anywhere into the series and read them in any order you like!

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Story of Jennifer McMurrain

Background Story

Having a great deal of wanderlust, Jennifer McMurrain traveled the countryside working odd jobs before giving into her muse and becoming a full time writer. She's been everything from a "Potty Princess" in the wilds of Yellowstone National Park to a Bear Researcher in the mountains of New Mexico. After finally settling down, she received a Bachelor's degree in Applied Arts and Science from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX.  She has won numerous awards for her short stories and novels. She lives in Bartlesville, Oklahoma with her husband, children, and furry family.

 

This is how you do it: you sit down at the keyboard and you put one word after another until it's done. It's that easy, and that hard.

Neil Gaiman

 

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