Written By: Jackie Weger

So Happy to see you here…

Jackie Weger has been writing romance novels off and on for thirty years.

Jackie on the banks of the Fowl River, Alabama, just down the road from Bayou La Batre where Phoebe Hawley got up to her shenanigans in Finding Home.

In between books, I’ve had the good fortune to travel on the cheap to any number of interesting and exotic places from London and Paris to Panama, Mexico and Costa Rica.  Later I ticked  New Year’s Eve mass at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal and riding the Chunnel train to Paris off my bucket list. I once sailed on a twenty-nine foot sloop in the Pacific, volunteered at a Sisters of  Mercy Mission in Colon, canoed on the Big East River in the wilds of Canada and lived part of a winter with trappers in the Louisiana swamps—collecting memories, friends and experiences—which oft times make appearances in my novels.  Lest you think I’m fancy–I also a beat a well-traveled path to this favorite destination: Walmart. Yep. That frumpy old lady with the blousy hair and worn green flip-flops standing in line behind you could be me.


“Believable characters with distinct personalities. Thought-provoking and snarky dialogue.”

Until the innovation of ebooks and ereaders, I thought the greatest inventions of the Twentieth Century were fitted sheets and Velcro. In 2012 I was living off-grid in a tiny jungle village in Panama and returned stateside to fill a couple of duffle bags with books. A family member gifted me with an Amazon Kindle at Christmas. What the heck was this gadget?  Wow.  It took me about twenty minutes to learn I could haul hundreds of books to my hideaway. Next, I heard about indie published books.

Like many first-born daughters, I had spent several years as caregiver to elderly parents–which put the skids on my writing.  Now, here was an opportunity to begin anew. Golly, I thought I’d been sprinkled with fairy dust.

The journey has not been easy. I had to learn everything from new generation computers, MS Word, Facebook, Twitter and the myriad of other Social Media. I’m still learning. Let me tell you, when you live off-grid where there are no phones, no electricity,  no indoor plumbing, no newspapers or mail-service…it is easy to lose touch with new and wondrous innovations.  Not to mention an entirely new language: blog,  format, book data, Rafflecopter, WordPress, TOS, and TOC.  Holy smokes!

I love every joyful and frustrating element of indie authorship. I’m meeting new readers and touching base with earlier fans. I’m having fun choosing covers for my books and changing them at a whim…Like dressing paper dolls. I’m hooked. I adore revisiting my books when a new bit of dialogue begs to be included, or an earlier side-lined character nixed by an editor can now join the fray.

This webpage is a work in progress because I’m still learning and am at the mercy of tech folks–all nice and talented but busy as heck. I do hope you enjoy your visit, and perhaps find one of my books to your liking. I have a newsletter, Accent on Romance. You are welcome to subscribe. I get it out about once every three or four weeks. Networking is part of this new journey, so I founded a small group of writers who are my digital family, eNovel Authors at Work. When any author has a book FREE or discounted or we have special events, I’ll let you know. If it happens that you are an aspiring author, or like me, new to indie authorship, do visit my blog and articles on eNovel. I pile everything I learn on that site.

Meanwhile, you can find me on Facebook, Twitter and Amazon.



  1. Patricia Cannon says:

    I just finished reading The House On Persimmon Road. I really enjoyed the humor and suspense. Lottie was quite a ghost .

  2. Jackie,
    I love your new web page!

  3. Janet Percy says:

    I read “The House on Persimmon Road” and came to the conclusion, everyone should have a “Lottie” ghost. Loved the book and how everything came together. Prompted me to order “On A Wing and A Prayer”. I’m hooked-I have to order them when they are free or low priced, but will recommend you to my friends.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Janet! Oh, gosh you are an author’s dream. Thank you so much for your kind words. Finding Home, my newest release will be available in a Kindle Countdown Deal February 26-28, 2014. Do download it at it’s starting price of 99 cents. Thank you again for stopping by. I appreciate so much.

  4. Jackie, I love your website. Great job.

  5. Maria Behar says:

    Hi, Jackie!

    I’m very happy and excited to be participating in this hop. Also, I’m VERY glad that some of the books are available in print, as well as in Kindle editions. (I wish ALL of them were available in print.) That’s because I’m a diehard bibliophile! To me, printed books are SO special!

    Your novel, “Flaps Down”, is now on my Amazon contemporary romance wish list, as well as on my Goodreads TBR shelves. Of course, I’m referring to the paperback edition!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting on my March Book Frenzy post. I especially appreciate your compliment about my blog! Since my favorite color is blue, I decided to spread it all over the design! Lol. : )

  6. Jan says:

    Just finished reading Finding Home; loved it! I’ve also read The House On Persimmon Road. I can only say:Thank you and more please!

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Jan! Whoa! Thank you for stopping by and leaving such a lovely comment. I wish I had flying fingers and the talent to write a book a month! I do hope to have a couple more book out later in 2014. Don’t be a stranger. Stop by often. Meanwhile You can find some cute stories and some fab mysteries by some of my favorite authors at
      eNovel Authors at Work. Go over and browse. You might find a book you’d enjoy. Again, thank you for stopping by. I enjoy hearing from fans. You made my day!


  7. Esther Atherholt says:

    I loved findin home so witty, it made me have a belly laugh, thank you

  8. Patty Wolf says:

    Loved Finding Home…ez to read and ez to fall in love with the characters. Looking forward to reading House on Persimmon next. Keep your fingers busy!

  9. b.j. maxwell says:

    I read your book now called Down Flaps years ago and loved it. Just finished Finding Home and wrote a review. Then, checked out your website. Now I misstated in my review. I’ve read two of your great books.

    Keep up the good work. jean

    • Jackie Weger says:

      #Jean: Thank you! It is more than wonderful of you to take the time to write a reviews and also pop in here. I am so enjoying our ebook universe! When I wrote for Harlequin oud books has a shelf life between yogurt and ice cream–eight days on a bookshelf and done! Now, we can revise, add new content and our books stay on the virtual bookshelves. Dont be a stranger!

      Accent on Romance

  10. C.M.Triplett says:

    I just finished reading ” Finding Home ” , and loved it. It made me more than a little bit homesick ( I am from the Mississippi gulf coast), but it also helped the homesickness, because your use of the language and what I call “Southernese” is exactly as I remember it to be. The way that you portray Southern the Southern way of life is also right on. Thanks for writing that lovely book.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      C.M. Triplett! Thank you so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave a note. I’m from Alabama and Bayou La Batre is one of my favorite small fishing villages. I know the best crabbing spots, the people are friendly and hard-working and always have time to chat. I spent a lot of time in Biloxi, too. I get homesick for it, too–especially gumbo and hushpuppies. Oh, Mercy! Hugs, Jackie

  11. Noel Holley-Bell says:

    Jackie, like you I am a bibliophile( and the word has nothing to do with being a preachers kid) as my cousin Besty so knowingly informed everyone one day. Like others here I have a need to read, but on a budget. I was so pleased to read The House on Persimmon Road! My grandmother recently passed away, with all her own teeth, at the age of 103. No nursing home, no cane, dressed in her favorite dress “washes like a hankie,” and ready to get her house in order so she could sit down to a good book. Your book brought back many pleasant memories. Like myself, we squirmed when a book got to graphic, finding it hard to believe you couldn’t imagine on your own where things were headed! I so wish I had discovered you two years ago my grand mere,when she was feeling fancy, would of loved this book & others you’ve written so much! But I will read them for her in case she’s betwixt and between!

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Noel Holley-Bell! I will treasure forever your comment on The House on Persimmon Road. I so hope your Grandmother is betwixt and between and sharing notes and recipes with Lottie! I’m storing away “washes like a hankie.” 103! That is amazing. When your grandmother was growing up no respectable Southern woman left home without gloves, a hat and her ‘hankie’. Thank you so much stopping by. Don’t be a stranger.
      Highest Regards,


  12. I read Finding Home. It was A very interesting book. Lots of women should read it.

  13. Joan Pitstick says:

    Just finished Persimmon Road and loved every sentence. You are among my favored writers.Thanks for the lighthearted tale. I will be looking for more of your books.

  14. Melissa says:

    Just finished House on
    Persimmon Road. Loved it.
    I look forward to reading more of
    Your books.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Melissa! Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment.
      That is so nice of you and much appreciated. Please don’t be a stranger.
      Visit me on FaceBook when you have time. I’d like to know more about you.

  15. jay says:

    Hey, Jackie. I just finished reading the house on Persimmon Road. Then I read your bio, because your book had substance and I wanted to know more about who wrote it. Now I’m here to tell you I loved the book, and hope you keep publishing for years to come. I’ll be off to find another of your masterpiece’s for my kindle, to read around my studies and wish I had more time for. Thank you so much for the brightness you imparted to my humdrum days.

    all the best,

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Wow! Jay. Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and say you enjoyed the House on Persimmon Road.
      Gosh. You made made my day and put a smile on my face. Don’t be a stranger! Stop by anytime.
      Hugs, Jackie

  16. Good luck with the release of No Perfect Secret, Jackie! Thinking about you today and sending you sunshime and good vibes from Greece 🙂

  17. Linda says:

    I just finished reading House on Persimmon Road via my Kindle. I thoroughly enjoyed it and it left me wanting more. Maybe a sequel with a continuation of the lives of all of the interesting and fun characters? 🙂

  18. Karla says:

    I want to thank you for the good feelings and laugh out loud moments while reading House on Persimmon Road. I would love to hear more about these delightful characters and look forward to reading other books from you!

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Thank you, Karla. What a nice thing to say. Lottie is plaguing me to at least give her an epilogue. I may have to, if only to keep her from nagging me unmercifully.
      Best to you and yours…

  19. Susan Tarr says:

    I loved the unexpectedness of The House on Persimmon Road, the soft humor and family drama. Wonderful story. Wonderful introduction to this amazing author.

  20. Jeanne Montenegro says:

    Just finished ‘No Perfect Fate’. Now it’s 2 in the morning and I can’t stop yawning. Must tell you how much I enjoyed my late night read….especially your characters. Very refreshing. I really enjoyed your bio. Even though you hate writing them, it was almost as enjoyable as your story. Saw a lot of myself in it with the exception of my two kids who turned out far better than expected. You’re lucky you got fifteen minutes during your marriage. I think I averaged about ten. Anyway, thank you for a great story with great characters and without the same old same old descriptions of supposedly erotic sex. Will be looking forward to reading more.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Jeanne Montenegro! Gosh. Thank you so much for taking the time to post such a lovely comment about No Perfect Fate. I am smiling because you and I now have an inside joke to share. Your ten and my 15… But more than than that, it is wonderful to know there are women and readers who think like I do. Falling in love is grand, I wish I could do it every single week. I adore that adrenaline rush. I learned too late that the fine and lasting texture of a relationship is not woven in a bed. If only that was hot wired into our brains at birth! Again, you thank. So nice to meet you. Don’t be a stranger.
      Blessings to you and yours.
      Jackie Weger

    • Pat Allen says:

      I stayed up all night reading my first Jackie Weger book. I also adored her bio. The straight out 15 minutes comment had me not just smiling, but grinning and belly-laughing, as well as “the children didn’t like how they were raised.” This is one very honest woman with such a great sense of humour I can relate to. I can’t wait to read more of her creative stories. Thanks for turning some of the painful parts of your life into gems of great value, by seeing the funny side and lifting other women out of their painful moments too. What a gift!

      • Jackie Weger says:

        Hello! Pat Allen: Thank you for your kind comments. We women don’t have easy lives. I wish. I love my life, love my kids…I just wish
        we could clone ’em and take ’em out now and again for sweet hugs…birthdays and holidays. The fun parts. Nice to meet you. Don’t be a stranger.
        Wishing you and yours the best life has to offer…Jackie

  21. Libby says:

    it is now 2:20 AM and I just finished reading Persimmon Road. I was completely captivated by these delightful if not exasperating characters. Lottie is adorable and I do hope you will bring her back to the written page. Several months ago while visiting friends in south Louisiana, they showed me their old family home. I couldn’t help but picture this old, paint peeling, neglected home sitting under tall overhanging, moss-laden oak trees and surrounded by aged azaleas as I read your story. The only identifying fact you didn’t mention was the old rotten tire swing in front of the house. I do plan to look for more of your books. So enjoyed your writing.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Golly! Thank you, Libby, for such kind words, always boon to an author. I am so appreciative that you took the time to write. I have to tell you, I loved writing The House on Persimmon Road. Lottie Roberts stole that book out from under me. She wrote herself into the story. I didn’t even know she was there until Justine parked her car on that dusty road next to the leaning mailbox. Sometimes magic happens. I love Louisiana, the bayous, the fishing villages off the beaten path, and all things Southern. It is in my bones. Again, thank you so much for taking the time to write.

      Best to you and yours,
      Jackie Weger

  22. Heike says:

    Hi Jackie, I found your books by accident and they caught my eyes as your pen name is my maiden name, and I were looking for lost relatives. No I found your books and already downloaded one on my kindle.A German reader.


  23. Carri says:

    Loved your book The House on Persimmon Road! Looking forward to discovering your other books. I rarely read about the author at end of the book, I read it twice. I really appreciate a good book that can stand on it’s own without having to use someone else’s fantasy.( I have a good enough imagination all on my own to fill in) you sound like an amazing person, with a lot of amazing experiences. Thanks again

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Hello, Carri: Thank you so much for your kind words. I am so not amazing,
      but I have met some interesting people and done some interesting things.
      I only discovered they were interesting later. While I was doing the, they seemed
      ordinary–still do. I am so glad you enjoyed The House and Persimmon road and said so.
      That is a treat. That makes you amazing!
      Best to you and yours, Jackie

  24. Mbailey says:

    Just finished The House on Persimmon Road and loved it. It is such a sweet and funny story without the graphic sex that seems so prevalent these days! I am looking forward to reading more of your books.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      MBailey: Thank you so much for taking the time stop in and share your enjoyment of the House on Persimmon Road. Hearing from a reader just makes an awful day blossom into joy. Such a wonderful treat. Blessings to you and yours.
      Best, Jackie Weger

  25. Liz says:

    Just finished reading House on Persimmon Road. I enjoyed it immensely. It was quirky and so much fun to read. Thank you for writing it. Look forward to reading more of your work.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Golly: Thank you Liz for taking time to say such nice things about Persimmon Road. I appreciate it so much. I actually adored writing that book. I had no idea Lottie existed until Justine Hale pulled up in front of that house. Talk about quirky. Scared me. But I had to write her.
      Best, Jackie

  26. Deb says:

    The House on Persimmon Road was just the beginning of reading your books. I love that I can get them for my Kindle. Each book I have read would get full stars. They provide laughter, sometimes tears, and then laughter again. Thank you.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Dear Deborah: Thank you so much for the kind words. It is a joy to learn that we authors managed to tell a story and entertain our readers. I’m so appreciative that you took the time to visit my page and comment.

      Wishing you all the best in 2016 and beyond.
      Jackie Weger

  27. Jai Rehling says:

    Just finished Reluctant Hero. Boy was it hard to put it down so I could do my daily tasks! Loved the humor and your insite of kids. I agree with you about how you cover sex scenes. Can’t wait to read another of your books. Thank you.

  28. Lynne Blythe says:

    First time I’ve commented a a book and I’ve read many hundreds. LOVED Reluctant Hero. Thank you.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      January 25, 2016
      Wow! Thank you, Lynne Blythe. I am floored that The Reluctant Hero moved you to comment on a book publicly for the first time. I am so appreciative. And a little bit speechless-a first for me!

      Best to you and yours,
      Jackie Weger

  29. Karen Heywood says:

    Reluctant Hero – fab!

  30. Brigitte Johnson says:

    I just finished the 3-book series, The House on Persimmon Road, Finding Home, and The Reluctant Hero. Each one kept me reading well into the night. I also read all your “Perfect” books. I can’t get enough of your story telling. Thank you Jackie for your wonderful writing! Please let me know when your next book becomes available.

  31. Bonnie Wind says:

    Hi Jackie! I just finished reading No Perfect Destiny & No Perfect Secret. I so enjoyed your style of writing. Your heroines are real people.
    Thanks for sharing your talent with the world.

  32. Elli says:

    Am so happy to have found you! Praise the Lord ! An author that leaves love scenes to the readers imagination!!!!! Sad how romance books now are having more and more explicit love scenes. Wish books I buy on kindle would have some sort of ” code” – so I could avoid buying those books. Now I only read authors that still believe reading is for us to use our imagination!!!! I will be one of your new loyal readers!!!!!

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Thank you, Elli: I’m with you. I really am often annoyed with superfluous sex scenes that don’t move the story along or interfere with suspense. Anyway, we grown women know all about body parts from the time we start changing diapers. Pfft. thanks for stopping by. Glad to meet you.


  33. Joanne Eaton says:

    Hi Jackie,

    I just finished reading House on Persimmon Road, and absolutely loved it but I did not want it to end. Do you have plans to write another book with Lottie and the house and the family that she now lives with. I would love to read a continuation of them…

    Thank you,


    • Jackie Weger says:

      Hi, Joanne Eaton: Right this minute I do not have a sequel or an Epilogue in the works. But I am hoping Lottie will sit still for an interview soon. Or at the very least, answer questions from readers…So happy you enjoyed the House on Persimmon Road. P.S. I did not have a clue Lottie lived in that house when Justine arrived. I did not believe in ghosts. Now, I do.

      Have a lovely Mother’s Day.

  34. Jackie Weger says:

    Hi, Kelly. On the top right of the page on the right sidebar is a cute green box that says Subscribe Here: and below that is the block for you to enter your email address.
    Just put your cursor on the sample and it will clear for you to type in your email.

    Sorry if that is confusing. Nice to meet you.


  35. Janet Westberry says:

    I just read House on Persimmon Road! Loved it! Tried to leave a review on Amazon but the link didn’t work. I can’t wait to read more of your books. And I’m going to sign up for your newsletter too!

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Hello! Janet Westberry. Thank you so much for your lovely comments. I’m so happy you enjoyed Persimmon Road.
      Wishing All the best to you and yours. ~ Jackie

  36. Robert K Walker, Sr says:

    HI Jackie, I’m an 85 year old great- grandpa who has just finished reading Finding Home. I loved the well crafted and endearing story of the Hawleys and Morgans that you created. I’ve had a lifetime love affair reading everything I could get my hands on. I really look forward to reading everything you’ve written in ebook format. I have already purchased on Amazon Count the Roses, The House on Persimmon Road, The Reluctant Hero. Like you, I think that ebook is one of the greatest inventions of all time. I am embarking on -hopefully- another great read: The House on Persimmon Road when I finish writing this email to you. THANKS for great your writing talents; keep the ebooks coming and I’ll keep buying them and enjoying them.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Well, Hello, Robert K Walker, SR. I love, love, love your comment. How nice! You were raised a gentleman. Not too many of you left these days. I wish we could clone you!
      Best, Jackie Weger

  37. Pamela Parker-Antibus says:

    Hi Jackie,
    I just finished reading your book,House on Persimmon
    Road. I have to tell you it was one of the best books
    I have read. I honestly couldn’t put it down. I read this book
    in two days which is unbelievable for me. I’m
    looking forward to reading all your books. Thank you for the enjoyment it has brought me.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Holy smokes! Pamela Parker-Antibus! Thank you so much for your lovely comments about The House on Persimmon Road. I am so glad you found it entertaining. Most of us write in a vacuum and don’t have a clue if we’ve composed a tale others will enjoy as much we often do when writing the things. You enriched my day. So nice of you to take the time. Wishing you all the best for you and yours. Jackie

  38. Lorraine says:

    What a delightful threesome of stories called Almost Perfect. I enjoyed all three equally. Couldn’t put down my reader until I finished all three . Thank you and please keep them coming.

  39. Jackie Weger says:

    Welcome, Kim! Thank you for stopping by. Don’t be a stranger.

  40. Tammy Bulington says:

    I just finished reading Reluctant Hero. I must say it was a wonderful book. Several nights I read until I could no longer focus on the words, not wanting to put my Kindle down. When I finished the book I read your bio, which I rarely do. I found it to be just as entertaining as the book. I found myself visualizing the geckos climbing on the walls. I was very intrigued.
    Anyway, I can’t wait to read another of your books.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Wow! Thank you, Tammy for taking the time to visit here and say nice things about The Reluctant Hero. I’m so glad you enjoyed the story. Nice to meet you!
      Wishing you and yours all the best life has to offer.


  41. Just finished Reluctant Hero loved it. Read your bio and it reminded me of Harlan Ellison’s bios. Looking forward to reading more of your tales.

  42. Mary Jane H. says:

    Love reading your books!

  43. K says:

    Can’t wait to start reading your books!!

  44. Judith F says:

    You are a new author to me. Thanks for the chance to get to know you through your book.

  45. Marci says:

    Just “discovered” your books, will post a review on Amazon of Count the Roses, which I thoroughly enjoyed. Look forward to reading them all. Have to say I loved your bio, nice to find an author I can really relate to! Love your great sense of humor and “that’s life and let’s get on with it” attitude.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Oh, Gosh. Thank you, Marci. A new fan is is a wish come true for a writer. Really nice of you to take the time to comment. if there is any single thing I know, time is valuable, especially for those of us who love to read and must juggle a myriad of other tasks to keep our heads above water. Sending you best wishes for you and yours. Jackie

  46. jan says:

    Just finished House on Persimmon Road for the SECOND time. Loved it

  47. Sandy says:

    Hi Jackie,
    I just discovered you and your website and am looking to publish my first novel–I appreciate all of the tips that you have shared. Thank you!!
    I clicked the links on your welcome page and wonder if you have been hacked? The bottom three links take me to buddhism-guide.com?
    Best to you Jackie,
    Sandy Hartwick

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Sandy! Thank you for the kind words. And Yes, we got hacked. I didn’t catch those old links. Appreciate you catching that for me.
      Wishing you great good fortune with your first book and all those to follow. Keep in touch and let me know how things go. Best ~ Jackie

      • Sandy says:

        Honestly, I am not sure what the penalty should be for all these hackers, telemarketers and other time parasites? Sorry that they bothered your site.

  48. bibbiesparks says:

    I tried to get one of you books from Amazon called the Governor,s Daughter but they didnot have it..I even looked under your name.

  49. Sandra L..Fitzgerald says:

    You’re the most entertaining romance writer today. Look forward to all your books. Keep track of your new blue-tooth Ha-ppy 2018, old friend. Love, Sandra

  50. Angela Murray says:

    I’ve read House on Persimmon Road many times when I need a feel good book. This would be a perfect Hallmark movie.

  51. Suzette M. Thurlow says:

    Hello! Looking forward to getting to know you.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Hello, Suzette. I’m so enjoying meeting so many nice people. I feel like I have an Internet family.
      Which is really nice, because my own family is always busy. Not much time to visit.

  52. Lamar Jackson says:

    Hello! Nice to meet you.

  53. Cindy Bowling says:

    Hello from Tennessee! Nice to meet you!

  54. Wow, traveling the world on a skinny budget; sign me up.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Hi, Cathay. You know what. I traveled on the cheap because I didn’t have $$ to go grand.
      I always go where the working natives are. Shop where they shop, eat native foods and travel like
      the natives travel–which is mostly by foot, rail, or a tiny bus we call cheevas.
      Every country has a grand tourist area which I visit, but don’t live in. I always ask around
      for a room/bed to rent from a native. I may often have to spend more for my first night in a country,
      but my best source is often the local phone book. Thanks for commenting. Jackie

  55. Juanita H Johnson says:

    Love the idea of romance novels without the gratuitous, graphic sex (old fashioned that way-loved old Harlequin novels). I’m a Kindle woman and will definitely read more of your books. Thanks.

    Juanita Johnson

  56. Juanita H Johnson says:

    Love the idea of romance novels without the gratuitous, graphic sex scenes (old fashioned that way), a fan of the old Harlequin novels. As a kindle reader, I will definitely be looking at more of your books.


    • Jackie Weger says:

      Thank you, Juanita. I, too, adored the early Harlequins. I do not like writing body parts. We all have them and we know where they go.
      I get it that many readers do enjoy reading about sexual escapades. IMO a good story doesn’t need the descriptives. Once in a while, I look up from my
      keyboard to the TV screen and see two people eating up each other. I think: Hey! If you’re that hungry, eat a hamburger.

  57. Hi! Ms. Jackie. I met you last night and you gave me your book on the way to your granddaughter’s 16th birthday dinner.

  58. Cherry-Ann says:

    Hi Jackie,
    My siblings and I inherited PCKD from our mom, there are or were six of us, the eldest is now 66 the youngest 55. My mom live to 69. Hopefully we to can surpass the expected aod.

  59. Jerald Jones says:

    What’s the chance that you will revisit the characters in “Finding Home”? I truly enjoyed that book and especially the characters. It is the first book that I have read in this genre where the characters actually seem to be human…and reasonably intelligent.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Hello, Jerald. Thank you for the lovely comment. I doubt I’ll w rite a sequel to Finding Home, but Bayou Le Batre is still one of my favorite ‘crabbing holes.’
      Best. Jackie

  60. Terry says:

    Ms. Jackie, just finished reading The Sheriff’s Women. Love this book and I read it in one day. Not working at the moment and I have put away eight books in a week. I loved to read. Your book was my favorite by far. I was tickled to read a book with such a strong women who has a good heart and was a loving mom. So may books think we need a book with a whole chapter of sex. I always skip over that. Your book was touching, heartwarming and wonderful. Couldn’t put it down. I am looking forward to reading more of your books. Thank you for giving me a wonderful day.

  61. Susan Hamlett Pommier says:

    Good morning Jackie, a really big thank you for your book ‘Finding Home’, a wonderful read and so , so witty. You are a truly gifted writer I’m so pleased to have discovered your works.
    Kindest regards, Susan ( France)

  62. Dear Jackie, I have always loved your writing. I’m sorry to see that you haven’t re-issued A Country Christmas. It’s a classic romance with great dialogue, a magical setting, and a roundup of delightful cranks. Even if it was first published some years ago, it really hasn’t aged at all. Your excellent writing inspired me to follow in your footsteps, and to write romances of quality. All the best to you and thanks.

    • Jackie Weger says:

      Thank you for your message, J. Arlene! I will have to look for “A Country Christmas” and see if I received my rights back and the file.

      I recently republished another Christmas story. Originally “It Happened One Christmas” is now “A Mother for Christmas.”

      I hope you will check it out!



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