I have included a few of her hundreds of reviews below. A number of these are for books I have had the privilege of reading, so I know she gave honest reviews, and I completely agree with them.
Jennifer is very loyal to her friends. On Facebook, you will see her everywhere, spreading the word, adding uplifting messages, and being cheerful to one and all. I have never seen where she has said an unkind word about anyone. In this business, that is not always easy to do. I cannot figure out why some authors think they walk on water because they make some sales, get great reviews, etc. Truth be told, I don't like a lot of their books. I just stay away from their chest thumping and silently laugh to myself. Of course, not every reader will like what I write either. I don't fret over it. Jennifer stays away from the fragmenting part of this as well. She prefers to spend her energy with authors and books she genuinely likes.
Readers have preferences. They wish to read stories falling into the genres, sub genres, and styles they prefer. That is why people like Jenn are so important. Once they find a reviewer they trust, they will seek them out and find out what the reviewer recommends. It's such an important part of publishing. With the big publishers going down the tubes - my opinion, I'm not forcing it on anyone - self-publishing and small Presses are becoming ever more prevalent. However, that means there are many more authors on Amazon and elsewhere. Supporters of these many great authors spread the word so writers are not sitting in a corner with their books, not receiving any notice.
Jenn is a friend of authors; a friend of readers; and a friend of the community of publishing. Jennifer Thomas is a Woman In Horror!
Suspenseful and Gripping,
This review is from: White Heat (P.I. Duke Rogers Series - Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
P.I. Duke Rogers somehow finds him self to blame for the death of a young actress and he knows beyond a shadow of a doubt that he must set things right and find the man who murdered her. His main problem is that all of this is happening at a time when the United States is in an uproar. The Rodney King verdict has just been announced and it may as well be Armageddon in his world. But not only does the guilt of Teddie's murder weigh heavy on his mind he finds himself wanting to be a better man, better human than he has ever thought possible.
Duke did not have an easy life, his father was not father of the year material. He as raised being told how worthless he is all the time and how everything that went wrong was all his fault. Now, even as an adult, his fathers words remain with him and he has always felt that there was a hit of truth in his fathers words. Now more than ever Duke must make things right and realize that he is better than his father ever gave him credit for.
The author does an amazing job of bringing his characters to life and giving them the emotion needed to keep you turning the pages.
Great read for anyone who enjoys a bit of drama all wrapped up in action and suspense!