Posts Tagged ‘US Marine Corp’

Newsletter Subscribers Only Giveaway

Monday, June 15th, 2015
Jenna Kernan's Subscriber's only giveaway!

Jenna Kernan’s Subscriber’s only giveaway!

I’m preparing a newsletter this week that will mail to my subscribers at the end of the month.  To celebrate the release of RUNNING WOLF, July 1, I am running a member’s only giveaway.

I’m offering two of my autographed paranormal romances. Newsletter goes out soon.

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Releases July 1



Valentine’s Day Release – The Shifter’s Choice

Saturday, February 14th, 2015

 

Valentine's Day Release! The Shifter's Choice hits stores today.

Valentine’s Day Release!
The Shifter’s Choice hits stores today.

The Shifter’s Choice and
Sentinels: Alpha Rising

(Harlequin Nocturne)
Mass Market Paperback
February 17, 2015

THE SHIFTER'S CHOICE and ALPHA RISING available now in paperback

THE SHIFTER’S CHOICE and ALPHA RISING available now in paperback

Praise for THE SHIFTER’S CHOICE:

  • “The second military romantic fantasy is an enjoyable Beauty and The Beast tale due mostly to the sergeant’s unique disorder enhanced by his fear of what signing means to him, and his sign language instructor’s reaction to his condition. Although the vampire subplot adds suspense, the relationship between the leads (and them to Mac and Brianna) make for an engaging paranormal drama.”Reviewer, Harriet Klausner

 

  • “Jenna Kernan had numerous difficulties develop in their lives, where I often never knew what the final outcome was going to be until the final second. What takes place near the end of the story really made my heart race from all the uncertainty, yet everything concludes in a most satisfactory way. THE SHIFTER’S CHOICE is emotionally moving plus extraordinarily unique.”A. Richards, CataRomance review


THE SHIFTER’S CHOICE Garners Great Review

Friday, January 30th, 2015
RT BookReview gives The Shifter's Choice 4 STARS!

RT BookReview gives The Shifter’s Choice 4 STARS!



The Shifter’s Choice now in paperback!

Saturday, January 24th, 2015

 

THE SHIFTER'S CHOICE and ALPHA RISING available now in paperback

THE SHIFTER’S CHOICE and ALPHA RISING available now in paperback

Shifter’s Choice and Sentinels: Alpha Rising (Harlequin Nocturne) Mass Market Paperback – February 17, 2015

by Jenna Kernan (Author), Doranna Durgin (Author)

A werewolf and an alpha wolf are powerless against the charms of these very special women 

THE SHIFTER’S CHOICE  Private Sofia Touma never risks distraction from her duty—until she’s assigned to help disabled veteran Johnny Lam. More than a war hero, he’s also a werewolf. Sofia is inexplicably drawn to him. Unlike Sofia, Johnny knows the dangers of loving a monster. And as they grow closer, Johnny isn’t sure he can keep doing the honorable thing…

SENTINELS: ALPHA RISING  Holly Faulkes has spent her life hiding from the Sentinels—now she’s their prisoner. Sexy alpha wolf Lannie Stewart wants to initiate her into their world. The full-blooded Sentinel senses Holly’s untapped power—a power he’s deeply drawn to and desperately needs. A new enemy has risen and only Holly can reveal this danger, if Lannie convinces her to embrace what she really is.

 

 



Werewolves Use Sign Language

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
I love you.  American Sign Language

I love you. American Sign Language

My newest release, THE SHIFTER’S CHOICE, is out this week!  My hero is a shapeshifting Marine who cannot return to his human form.  His supervisors want him to learn sign-language to help him communicate but Johnny sees that as an admission that he will never be human again.

Now what you don’t know, can’t know from the story, is that I once learned sign language in order to communicate with deaf athletes competing in the World Games for the Deaf.  At first I was pretty bad, but the athletes and supervisors were very patient.  Each night I went to bed with a headache from trying so hard to understand what was said.  I was in another world.  The dorms had fire alarms that both sounded and had flashing lights.  I watched the deaf hold conversations through car windows while riding in separate vehicles traveling at 60 miles an hour.  “They’re stopping for food at the next exit.”  I knew I was starting to ‘get it’ when I had my first dream completely in sign language.  My crowning moment was toward the end of our competition when the director brought two hearing people over to me and asked me to translate what he signed–and I did!  Unfortunately I no longer dream in sign and I’ve lost most of what I learned.  But I’ll never forget my month among the deaf community.