Welcome to Katherine Jones' Collection of Romance Suspense Writings.
"...but I hope I've given readers characters that are three-dimensional that you can root for, situations that are funny, or exciting, or dangerous, and used words that are thought-provoking. My goal in 1997 when I first started to write is the same now in 2007--to entertain from the moment in time that you first pick up my book until you get to the last word. Simple. I'm not here to save the world, but just to give ya a little spice, a little drama, and a little excitement in your day..."Katherine, 4 Apr '07
Katherine, daughter of Former Hostage of Iran (Mr. Charles Jones), wife of an old Soldier, Social Worker by trade and woman who successfully persevered through many of Life's realities... was a dynamic Lady whose sincerity and compassion touched so many souls across the globe through her writings and personal interaction with both men and women who identified with the concerns and challenges portrayed by key characters in her literature.
She helped readers from United States, England, Germany, Africa, Italy, and more... but no matter how far the distance... she extended her heart and compassion with great success. Though she is no longer physically present in our world... her compassion is still felt by many...
Wherever you are in life in age, sex, beliefs, or race... Katherine's very well researched work will entertain you while providing a little extra strength or perspective to help overcome whatever challenge(s) hindering your fate.
Shades of Romance Reader's Choice Favorite New Author Award (2005)
Emma Award Nominee for New Author Award (2005)
Best Anthology by RomanceSlamJam - Cuffed By Candlelight (May 2008)
Undercover Lover featured in Essence Magazine!
How entertaining can a Romance be?...
The first book, Love Worth Fighting For, backdrop of the Chilean Cartel.
The second book, Worth the Wait involved the Russian Mafia.
The third book, Undercover Lover was about the Wilkens boys and home invasions. And Beatrice and Michael' s story involves the Jamaican Posses.