I’m so excited about the release of my next book, Only Twenty-Five, that I’m running a giveaway to go along with the cover reveal!
If you’re on Goodreads, you can add Only Twenty-Five to your Goodreads shelf right now — just Click here.
You can also pre-order it on Amazon!
The first review is already in!
“I loved this story! … Jennifer hits the nail on the head … the story was real and the character react as such.” — Author Eryn Scott
And now ….
Here’s the cover! What do you think?
About the book …
Music teacher Meg Caldwell knew it would be difficult starting over in a new town. She’s perfectly happy with her books and her cats, but she knows she has to meet people if she ever wants to find love. The problem? Meg is losing her hair and it isn’t growing back. How can a girl have any kind of social life when she has to worry about hiding her growing bald spot?
Josh Harrter is the acknowledged cool kid of the faculty lounge – he has a classroom stuffed with bean bag chairs and includes video clips from The Simpsons in his lesson plans. He is drawn to the pretty new music teacher singing and skipping her way through the halls, but he can sense she’s hiding something beneath her sunny smiles. How can a guy falling for a girl convince her to trust him with her deepest secret?
Only Twenty-Five will be available in paperback and ebook in May 2017
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About Confessions of a Wedding Musician Mom
“So funny and relatable …” — Chick Lit Chickadees
“Fast-paced and lighthearted… at times I felt the author had been peeking into my life.” — Nevermind the Furthermore Book Blog
Heather Hershey had always dreamed of being a professional pianist. It had been her life-long ambition to play as part of an orchestra, or as an individual, entertaining thousands.
But an incident when she was at college changed everything and robbed her of the confidence to realize her aspiration. Now, years later and a stay-at-home mom, she can barely look at a piano without it bringing back painful and cringeworthy memories.
But when she runs into an old college friend in the grocery store one day, the meeting sparks something deep within her and she suddenly finds a new determination.
With help and support from her husband Steve, her unconventional neighbor and even her out-of-control kids, Danny and Angela, Heather makes the momentous decision to start her own business.
But juggling a family life, which drives her to distraction, with a new venture with no guarantee of success proves to be more of a challenge that Heather imagined.
Will she finally realize her dream of becoming a professional pianist? Or has she missed her calling and just clutching at straws?
One thing is for sure. Heather Hershey’s life will never be the same again!