Jennie Adams

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Jennifer Ann Ryan
Born 1963 (age 54–55)
New South Wales, Australia
Pen name Jennie Adams
Occupation Novelist
Nationality Australian
Period 2004-present
Genre Romance, Children's fiction
Children 3

Jennie Adams (born Jennifer Ann Ryan; 1963 in New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian writer of romance novels since 2005. She is a Waldenbooks bestseller and Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award winner. She has sold hundreds of thousands of her novels in over a dozen foreign-languages in countries as South Africa, Spain, Poland, Russia, India, and Japan.[1] She also has had articles and short stories published in magazines and periodicals in Australia and overseas and children's publications.[2]


Jennifer Ann Ryan was born on 1963 in a small country town in New South Wales, Australia. She had three adult children. She worked part-time in the health care industry. She obtained an accreditation in Writing Studies from The Writing School. She is active in encouraging Aboriginal artists.[1]



Single novels[edit]

  • The Boss's Convenient Bride (2005/Mar)
  • Parents of Convenience (2005/Jun)
  • Memo: Marry Me? (2007/May)
  • To Love And To Cherish (2008/Jan)
  • Promoted: Secretary to Bride! (2008/Nov)
  • Nine-to-Five Bride (2009/Fev)
  • What's A Housekeeper To Do? (2010/Jun)
  • Passionate Chef, Ice Queen Boss (2010/Sep)
  • Daycare Mum to Wife (2011/2) a.k.a. Daycare Mom to Wife
  • Once Upon a Time in Tarrula (2011/Sep) a.k.a. His Plain-Jane Cinderella
  • Invitation to the Prince's Palace (2012)

Gable Sisters[edit]

  1. Her Millionaire Boss (2006/Aug)
  2. The Italian Single Dad (2007/Jul)
  3. The Boss's Unconventional Assistant (2007/Oct)

MacKay Brothers[edit]

  1. Australian Boss: Diamond Ring (2009/Dec)
  2. Surprise: Outback Proposal (2011/Jan)


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