Author Override: Jewel E. Ann



~Jewel E. Ann~

Jewel E. Ann is releasing Undeniably You tomorrow and I had a chance to ask her a question – What is the best part about being an author?

Ah … the easiest question ever. What is the best part about being an author? I have a constructive place to channel all my emotions, ideas, fantasies, dreams, and hypothetical what ifs. I truly love writing. When I’m not chasing a deadline, writing is therapeutic. I stick in my ear buds, find a playlist that soothes my soul, and I let my mind escape.

Writing is a mysterious world for me. I don’t follow a strict outline when I write, so sometimes I feel like a reader as much as a writer. The words “I can’t wait to find out what happens next,” have fallen from my mouth more than once, much to my family’s amusement. I make myself laugh and cry. While writing Undeniably You, I cracked myself up many times and had to send off little excerpts to my “writing posse” just to make sure it was truly funny and not just me getting too drunk on my own imagination. Don’t laugh, it happens. Each book feels like a child, it’s an extension of myself into the world. Every chapter is a birthday or milestone in the life of my book, and when I reach the end it’s a graduation and a tearful goodbye as my “baby” goes into the big world. Will she make it on her own? What will people think of her? Did I do a good job raising her?

Then there are other writing perks. When it’s time to get up for work all I have to do is sit up in bed, grab my laptop and login. Uniforms? Optional. Makeup? Who’s going to see me? Interviews? You’re looking at it. See, I’m naked right now and you’d never know it. How cool is that?

Okay, next perk is traveling. Nothing makes a book feel more authentic then a good firsthand account of the setting. I spent a week in Boston with my best friend this past spring doing some really tough “research.” Taking in all the local attractions, eating at a fun variety of restaurants, a whale watching tour … need I say more?


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One crazy dog—one awkward vet—one naked pool guy—and one life-changing month in California to make friends, fall in love, and twist fate.

Who gets paid to walk a dog and recline by the pool all day? Sydney Montgomery, aspiring museum curator and professional house-sitter, that’s who.

When her aunt and uncle need a house and dog sitter for thirty days in Palo Alto, Sydney can’t turn down the chance to be closer to her sister in L.A. Within twenty-four hours of her arrival, Sydney’s cleaning up runny dog poo, taking an uncooperative pooch to a handsome yet awkward vet, and being rescued from the bottom of the pool by a naked “pool guy.”

Lautner, “pool guy,” has a hot body and a cool persona. With eyes of iridescent blue oceans, he is mesmerizing, sexy, and addictive. What he is not—the pool guy.

Dr. Lautner Sullivan is a college wide receiver turned pediatric resident. He knows how to woo a woman with flowers, pastries, and sweet tea. Lautner is every girl’s dream, but Sydney is not every girl. She’s immune to rainbows, fairytales, pixy dust, and the “L” word.

The attraction is immediate, the friendship is earned, and the love is undeniable. Thirty days is their forever, but forever is not long enough.

A standalone Contemporary Romance novel!

*This book contains adult situations and explicit content 17+

Click here for sneak peek


OUT AUGUST 18, 2014




Jewel E. Ann’s HOLDING YOU on Sale for a Limited Time!

From now until August 18th, you can pick up a copy of Holding You
for only 99 pennies.


Deep breath … I am peaceful, I am strong. 

Free-spirited Addy Brecken is Milwaukee’s most talented vegan chef and co-owner of Sage Leaf Café. She has a genius IQ, a padded savings account, an amazing view of Lake Michigan, and a heart that won’t stop beating. 

Deep breath … I am peaceful, I am strong. 

An early April morning finds her drowning in the seductive fragrance of lilacs and the warmth of the morning sun when she’s nearly hit by a car in front of her café. The peaceful existence she’s desperately tried to maintain after the horrific loss of her family is suddenly shaken by the Range Rover driving, arrogant, sex-on-legs Quinn Cohen. 

Deep breath … I am peaceful, I am strong. 

A successful, Latino businessman from New York, Quinn has a taste for the finer things in life. A typical playboy, he has the money, the houses, the cars, and the women. Quinn is everything Addy avoids. Where she lives simply and prefers to help the less fortunate, he has no problem spending an obscene amount of money on a briefcase. Their opposite personalities lend to several heated encounters, and Addy finds herself propositioning Quinn for the one thing she never imagined needing … sex. 

Offering only her body, Addy tries to keep Quinn at a safe distance from her heart and a world away from her past. Their passion-filled connection makes Addy feel something unfamiliar, alive. But with passion comes more feelings: anger, jealousy, love. When Addy surrenders to the unimaginable and lets go of her past, she’s faced with the impossible … holding on to her future. 

Deep breath … I am peaceful, I am strong. 

*This book contains adult language and sexual content.

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About Jewel E. Ann

Jewel is a free-spirited romance junkie with a quirky sense of humor.

With 10 years of flossing lectures under her belt, she took early retirement from her dental hygiene career to stay home with her three awesome boys and manage the family business.

After her best friend of nearly 30 years suggested a few books from the Contemporary Romance genre, Jewel was hooked. Devouring two and three books a week but still craving more, she decided to practice sustainable reading, AKA writing.

When she's not donning her cape and saving the planet one tree at a time, she enjoys yoga with friends, good food with family, rock climbing with her kids, watching How I Met Your Mother reruns, and of course…heart-wrenching, tear-jerking, panty-scorching novels.



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Nice post

Carmel @ Rabid Reads

I can definitely understand how writing could be therapeutic, and the relaxed work environment is a big plus as well. I can’t resist any book with a $0.99 price tag, so I’m off to one-click Holding You; thanks for the heads up about the sale!