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Jen Lancaster


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Jennifer ("Jen") Lancaster is an author of six published books. Lancaster was an associate vice president for a technology company prior to being laid off after 9/11. Being laid off, and her adaption thereto, became the subject matter for her blog and, later, her books. Lancaster was raised in Indiana and now resides in Chicago, Illinois with her husband, Fletch, and their many pets. She is known for her razor sharp wit and rampant narcissism which is mentioned in her books.
 

Genres: Young Adult Fiction, Romance
 
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Happy Hour of the Damned (2008)
(Amanda Feral, book 1)
Mark Henry
"Happy Hour of the Damned - is it a comedy? An urban fantasy? A whodunit? Who cares! Mark Henry's written such a clever and engaging story that fans of any genre will totally adore it. Amanda Feral is the freshest, funniest character to come out of fiction since Bridget Jones and my only regret is she's not real and we can't go out for drinks. (Because, really? Zombies are the new black.) In short? I loved this book!"
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Off the Menu (2012)
Stacey Ballis
"An irresistibly delicious five-course read!"
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Your Perfect Life (2014)
Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke
"Has all of the ingredients that I love in a book...a delicious page-turner."
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After I Do (2014)
Taylor Jenkins Reid
"Taylor Jenkins Reid offers an entirely fresh and new perspective on what can happen after the "happily ever after." With characters who feel like friends and a narrative that hooked me from the first page, After I Do takes an elegant and incisively emotional look at the endings and beginnings of love. Put this book at the top of your must read list!"
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Cicada Summer (2017)
Maureen Leurck
"A captivating novel about the power of redemption."
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Matchmaking for Beginners (2018)
Maddie Dawson
"‘Matchmaking for Beginners is a flat-out delight! Maddie Dawson is a master at creating compulsively readable stories, full of heart and wit, and the kind of characters we wish were real. (Everyone should be blessed with a great-aunt Blix!) I loved every moment of this quirky, charming, feel-good novel!"
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Confessions of the Other Sister (2022)
Beth Harbison
"Both hilarious and deeply moving, Confessions of the Other Sister had everything I want in a book; a fast moving plot, some sunny armchair travel, and a ride on an emotional roller coaster. This might be Beth's best book yet!"

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