Jennifer Rush is the author of Devils & Thieves and the Altered Saga. She currently lives in Michigan with her family, where the winters make her grumpy and the summers make her forget the winters. When not writing, she can be found curled up with a good book or out wandering, either by foot or by car. She dreams of seeing the world someday (as long as it’s not winter).
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Praise for Devils & Thieves:
* "Rush has given a lot of thought to her world-building here, and the result is a fascinating new world where magic and crime intersect. Urban fantasy is hard to get just right in YA, but she succeeds completely. Teen readers will find a lot to love about Jemmie's complicated life, and they will definitely leave wanting more."—Booklist (starred review)
"It's a juicy plot, and the drama starts thick and heavy and doesn't let up right until the last page...The pace is quick, with an effective balance of romance, angst, and magic."—Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
""Harry Potter" meets Sons of Anarchy...Rush manages to weave a compelling sensual tapestry around a crew of gorgeous, Jack Daniels-swilling magicians, making this a darkly charged page-turner for older fantasy fans. Purchase where Bardugo and Holly Black fantasies are popular."—SLJ
"The fast-paced suspense builds throughout the novel, and the magic in the story is depicted through beautiful and sometimes horrific imagery."—School Library Connection
Praise for The Altered Series:
"Within minutes, this medical-engineering thriller will have readers glued to their seats....Riveting."—Kirkus Reviews
"Action-packed...[Anna's] interactions with the boys...keep the story moving quickly, along with a steady unfolding of revelations and events."—Publishers Weekly
"Rush keeps it fresh with this fast-paced novel, full of last-minute surprises and unexpected twists . . . The mysteries laced throughout the action add suspense, making the moments of romance even hotter."—Romantic Times