“The emotions are gripping and the beauty of Ms. Howard’s words makes this a work of art in women’s fiction. There are a few surprises along the way that stun the reader, bring a tear to the eye and touch one’s heart. This is a story that is passionate, totally emotional and which will reinforce the bonds and feelings of family, make you cry and keep you enthralled from beginning to end.
A story of love, compassion, forgiveness and family, add to that a talented writer and it is a perfect addition to one’s keeper shelf.”
Road to Romance Senior Reviewer
Jeanne Howard writes a poignant story about Dr. Jared Fowler’s emotional ups and downs, and a life full of love and denial, and how it affects everyone in all their families. Had he truly hoped that one of the family would follow the clues and solve the complex mystery of the stranger in their lives? Why had her father left so many clues for her to follow?
As Jared’s family discovers, old secrets never stay hidden forever.
Cinderella And The Stripper
Jared’s Promise by Jeanne Howard, is a compelling, thought provoking look at a subject many would rather not contemplate. The tenderness and compassion this writer has passed on to readers is a highly moral stance. It speaks of goodness and gives the reader a sense of hope, even in trying times. All too often in books evil triumphs over good, but in Jared’s Promise good not only triumphs, but is raised to an alleluia.
I was able to identify with Jared’s grandson, immediately. The interaction of the characters is genuine. I look forward to more of this author’s works. 5 on my mascara scale (you will cry)
—A. Dee Carey/The Fox Lady
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Jeanne Howard has been writing since she was old enough to hold a pencil. From poems to essays and now to women’s fiction, she has used the power of words to entertain, move and captivate her readers.
Jeanne holds a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Master’s in Counseling Psychology. In 1973, she was co-founder of a successful group of weekly newspapers, which she continued to operate until 1994. Her weekly essays were read by thousands and often reprinted in other area publications, including one that was chosen for inclusion in the College Guide to Better Reading.
A native of New Jersey, Jeanne works as a Director of Communications for a large school district. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and the New Jersey Romance Writers.