Jenny Schwartz is an Australian contemporary romance author.
Contemporary Romance is dramatic. It deals with powerful emotions and massive problems. It is ordinary people struggling, striving, dreaming, hoping and triumphing -- that's the key! There's a guaranteed happy ending. Life gets insanely complicated, but Contemporary Romance says "keep hoping, keep fighting" because love is stronger than all the chaos.
Jenny has a degree in Sociology and History -- people watching and digging into the past. Her dream is to live beside the sea and her books often have a coastal setting, the stories celebrating the joy of falling in love and the freedom of choosing to follow your heart.
Contact Jenny via her website: http://authorjennyschwartz.com/
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