Jean was born and reared in Ireland but lived in Spain for eight years. Having returned home in 2008, she now lives in a small seaside town in county Cork. She has written and published the first two books in a teen fiction trilogy. Her goal for 2014 is to publish three books, one of which is a novella based on a love story set in the Irish Famine. When she isn't writing Jean loves to read, listen to music, watch movies or walk on the beach. She likes to spend time with family and friends. In between doing all of that, she works in her nail salon where you are likely to find her clients discussing politics and sports along with what colour to put on their nails.
A vicious attack leaves seventeen year old Kaden Seager suffering from amnesia. He finds himself caught up in a world of abduction, conspiracy, exploitation and murder. Detective Jake Matthews must convince the young man's family that their son is dead in order to keep him alive. Meanwhile, six missing teenagers cause problems for a sinister organization led by a man who considers himself to be above the law. The story is set in 2038, when certain medical procedures have been developed, but not yet approved. Strange things occurring at a homeless boys shelter in Chicago change the lives of the Seager family forever. When so called friends become enemies and assailants turn into allies, it is difficult to know who to trust. This is the first book in the Finding Trilogy, a young adult fiction series.
Finding Kaden - Book 1 (The Finding Trilogy)
Finding Megan - Book 2 (The Finding Trilogy)
Megan accidentally uncovers a dark secret that her grandfather, Henry Brubaker has kept hidden from his family for many years. Her subsequent abduction causes a chain of events that are irreversible. When family loyalty and trust is shattered can it ever be repaired? Who has the courage to stand up to an invisible enemy? Who is really in control of Henry Brubaker's operation?