BioJessie Jasen’s books delve into the realms of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, suspense, action, adventure, and romance. She began writing at the age of seven and hasn’t stopped since. Her interest in culture has taken her to many places around the world. In her free time, she loves to ride on her bike, paddle in her kayak, wander in the mountains, and explore the marvelous world of the arts and sciences.<br /> <br /> Sign up for Jessie Jasen’s newsletter and get an exclusive gift: an ebook for FREE!!!<br /> http://eepurl.com/bPs5n1 <br /> <br /> Connect with Jessie Jasen<br /> Website www.JessieJasen.com <br /> Facebook https://www.facebook.com/JessieJasen/ <br /> Twitter https://twitter.com/jessiejasen <br /> Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jessiejasen <br /> Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/JessieJasen<br /> YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/JessJasen<br /> Amazon Author Page www.amazon.com/author/jessiejasen
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A Life for Eleanor Rigby
“I understand your feelings, but you know that living in the virtual world and ignoring the world around you is not healthy. You have difficulties dealing with your traumas. Living a virtual life is an escape from your problems. It won’t help you to get a grip on the real issues which are preventing you from living your life fully. You live in a dream, Eleanor Rigby.” Nurse MacKenzie “When Eva Mendez looked into my eyes, my life began. I remember that day clearly. The events took place in London, in the hologram matrix of the second reality I have entered voluntarily to live in…”
Two Lives for Eleanor Rigby (A Novel)
Eleanor Rigby is a virtuoso on cello with a promising career before her and a serious limitation—Asperger’s syndrome which makes it hard for her to understand her emotions and other people. Love is confusing, friends are hard to find, and metaphors impossible to understand. Yet not all hope is lost. The new avatar module Eleanor’s genius father has developed promises a glistening future. Eleanor takes her chance and opts in to test the program, entering the strange yet spellbinding world of virtual reality.
Concordia Shagger, a young and wealthy heiress, is captured by the Krypts—a tribe of outer space aliens who are covered from head to toe in fur. Now that she’s in serious trouble, Concordia has to do everything to survive—even if it means spending time with Jaxon, the leader of the tribe, and finding out what hides behind all that fur. But Concordia soon discovers that Jaxon is a man like no other. The magic juice he produces is a potent aphrodisiac for humans. She comes up with an out-of-this-world-plan to turn her lover Jaxon’s sexually stimulating magic juice into a profitable business.
West Blood (Westland, #2)
Hunter admits to Madison that he has infected her with west blood, the lethal illness for which there is no cure. By infecting her, he wants to blackmail her father, the President William Selby, into granting the vampires of the Brotherhood amnesty. But not all hope is lost—Hunter carries a natural repressor of the virus in his blood. If Madison is to be saved, it can only be done with his help. He puts his life at risk and takes Madison to Metropolis, the only place that has the technology to develop the cure. But time is running out, and William will take the chance to reckon with them both—and reveal a heinous secret that will change the lives of everyone involved.
Western Promises (Westland, # 3)
At home in Metropolis, Madison begins to display the first signs of her transformation into a vampire. But that’s not all—she’s pregnant with Hunter’s baby, the very first human-vampire child ever. Meanwhile, on the island of Maroon X, Hunter and the vampire Brotherhood are trying to find a way to escape their imprisonment, and settle down in Westland. But their plans go astray when Metropolis decides to bomb Maroon X, and stream the bombing on live TV for the amusement of violence loving Metropolitans.
East of Westland (Westland, Book 1)
Westland takes the fans of The Hunger Games and Divergent to a world unlike any other… What once used to be known as North America is now divided in Metropolis in the East and Westland in the West of the continent. In the world of polarities, Metropolis is the city-state of infinite possibilities. Ruled by the doctrine of constant happiness and fun, Metropolitans lead carefree lives while Westland provides them with everything they need. The 18-year-old Madison Selby is the daughter of William Selby, the founder and president of Metropolis. But Madison carries a deep dissatisfaction with the fake life she’s leading. Unwilling to continue pretending to be the ideal Metropolitan girl she’s not, Madison breaks out from the confinement of her seemingly perfect life.
Wayward West (Westland, #4)
Cooper is a man with no past. With no memory of who he was, no home, and no family to go to, he was lucky to be taken in by the Bones family on their farm. While his heart is being captured by the lady of the house—the beautiful and mysterious Lana Bones—Cooper slowly discovers the brutal and strange ways of wayward Westland. In the East, the island of Maroon X is occupied by the outcasts. Hunter and the vampires of the Brotherhood are mining gold day and night in exchange for Goodman’s promise to cure them of west blood and relocate them to Westland. When it becomes obvious that Goodman won’t fulfill his promise, Hunter and Madison take drastic measures.