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Jennifer Hayward
Award-winning author JENNIFER HAYWARD has been a fan of romance since filching her sister's novels to escape her teenaged angst.Jennifer emerged on the publishing scene when she won Harlequin's So You Think You Can Write global writing competition in 2012. She is the Romantic Times Magazine... show more

Award-winning author JENNIFER HAYWARD has been a fan of romance since filching her sister's novels to escape her teenaged angst.Jennifer emerged on the publishing scene when she won Harlequin's So You Think You Can Write global writing competition in 2012. She is the Romantic Times Magazine Reviewer's Choice Best Harlequin Presents of 2014 winner for her book, The Magnate's Manifesto.Jennifer's career in journalism and PR, including years of working alongside powerful, charismatic CEOs and traveling the world, has provided perfect fodder for the fast-paced, sexy stories she likes to write, always with a touch of humour. A native of Canada's gorgeous East coast, Jennifer lives in Toronto with her Viking husband and young Viking-in-training. Jennifer loves to hear from readers. You can contact her or sign up for her quarterly newsletter here: http://www.jenniferhaywardromance.com/contact/
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Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic rated it 5 years ago
The Italian's Deal for I Do by Jennifer Hayward consists of a world that is built on secrets and lies.Rocco is used to getting everything he wants. He relishes on having control. After his grandfather dies, Rocco begins to realize things are not as they seem. Rocco feels blindsided to discover tha...
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Jane Hunt Writer First Steps rated it 6 years ago
Jane Hunt Writer First Steps Jane Hunt Writer Book Reviews Google+The Divorce Party gives the reader a unique, insider perspective on the De Campo's glitzy Manhattan marriage. The characters of Lilly and Riccardo are outwardly glamorous but the glossy veneer hides insecurity, illness and resentment....
willaful
willaful rated it 6 years ago
I originally started this review, "This contest-winning debut doesn't bring much new to the Harlequin Presents line, but it's a solid read." In fact, another review just highlighted the fact that this book does do something which is not entirely new, but at least rare: the heroine actually has sex w...
Kelster
Kelster rated it 6 years ago
Good premise but there wasn't enough angst or conflict for me. The characters were likable and the H was hot, dominant and vulnerable but it wasn't enough. The book was more about the couples reconciliation.
Book-A-Holic Anon
Book-A-Holic Anon rated it 6 years ago
3.5
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