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Jill Sanders

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Jill Sanders
File:Author Jill Sanders.jpg
BornApril 7, 1972
Auburn, Washington
Pen nameJill Sanders
OccupationNovelist
NationalityAmerica
Period2012 - present
Genrewestern romance, paranormal romance, contemporary romance, romantic suspense
Website
www.jillsanders.com

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Jill Sanders (born in 1972 in Auburn, Washington) is an New York Times,[1] Amazon,[2] USA Today [3] and international bestselling American author of western romance, paranormal romance, contemporary romance, and romantic suspense.

Biography[edit]

Jill comes from a large family with six siblings, including an identical twin.[4] She was raised in the Pacific Northwest and later relocated to Colorado for college and a career in information technology before discovering her talent for writing.[5] After Colorado, she decided to move south, living in Texas and now making her home along the Emerald Coast of Florida.[6] The settings of several of her series are inspired by her time spent living in these areas. She has two sons and off-set the testosterone in her house by adopting three furry little ladies[7] that provide her company while she’s writing.

Jill is published through Montlake Romance.[8] and Grayton Press[9]

Bibliography[edit]

The Pride Series

  • Finding Pride, 2012[10]
  • Discovering Pride, 2012[11]
  • Returning Pride, 2013[12]
  • Lasting Pride, 2013[13]
  • Serving Pride, 2013[14]
  • Red Hot Christmas, 2013[15]
  • My Sweet Valentine, 2014[16]
  • Return To Me, 2015[17]
  • Rescue Me, 2015[18]
  • A Pride Christmas, 2019[19]

The Secret Series

  • Secret Seduction, 2013[20]
  • Secret Pleasure, 2013[21]
  • Secret Guardian, 2013[22]
  • Secret Passions, 2013[23]
  • Secret Identity, 2013[24]
  • Secret Sauce, 2014[25]

West

  • Loving Lauren, 2014[26]
  • Taming Alex, 2014[27]
  • Holding Haley, 2014[28]
  • Missy's Moment, 2014[29]
  • Breaking Travis, 2014[30]
  • Roping Ryan, 2014[31]
  • Wild Bride, 2014[32]
  • Corey's Catch, 2015[33]
  • Tessa's Turn, 2016[34]

Grayton

  • Last Resort, 2015[35]
  • Someday Beach, 2015[36]
  • Rip Current (original title: The Bastard), 2015[37]
  • In Too Deep, 2015[38]
  • Swept Away, 2015[39]
  • High Tide, 2017[40]
  • Sunset Dreams, 2019[41]

Lucky

  • Unlucky in Love, 2016[42]
  • Sweet Resolve, 2016[43]
  • Best of Luck, 2017[44]
  • A Little Luck, 2018[45]

Silver Cove

  • Silver Lining, 2016[46]
  • French Kiss, 2016[47]
  • Happy Accident, 2017[48]
  • Hidden Charm, 2017[49]
  • A Silver Cove Christmas, 2017[50]

Entangled

  • The Awakening, 2016[51]
  • The Beckoning, 2016[52]
  • The Ascension, 2017[53]
  • The Presence, 2019[54]

Haven, Montana

  • Closer to You, 2017[55]
  • Never Let Go, 2018[56]
  • Holding On, 2018[57]
  • Coming Home, 2019[58]

Pride Oregon

  • A Dash of Love, 2018[59]
  • My Kind of Love, 2018[60]
  • Season of Love, 2018[61]
  • Tis the Season, 2018[62]
  • Dare to Love, 2019[63]
  • Where I Belong, 2019[64]

Stoneport Manor Mystery

  • Twisted Rock, 2018[65]

Wildflowers

  • Summer Nights, 2019[66]
  • Summer Heat, 2019[67]

References[edit]

  1. Begum, Fatima (December 31, 2017). "Interview with New York Times Bestselling Author, Jill Sanders".
  2. "Jill Sanders".
  3. "USA Today Best Selling Books".
  4. McVie, Fiona (November 24, 2015). "Here Is My Interview with Jill Sanders".
  5. "Jill Sanders".
  6. Jill Tanner (February 22, 2016). "New York Times Best Selling Author Jill Sanders Calls Hammock Bay Home".
  7. Jill Tanner (February 22, 2016). "New York Times Best Selling Author Jill Sanders Calls Hammock Bay Home".
  8. "Montlake Romance Media Kits".
  9. "Grayton Press".
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