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Jenni Wiltz writes thrillers, romantic suspense, paranormal romance, and literary fiction. She's currently working on the Natalie Brandon thriller series.

In 2011, her novel The Cherbourg Jewels won the Romance Writers of America Kiss of Death Chapter's Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Category Romantic Suspense. In 2016, she placed as a runner-up in the Chicago Tribune's Nelson Algren awards for short fiction. Her work has also appeared in the Portland Review, Gargoyle, and the Sacramento News & Review.

She's worked as a web editor, a copywriter, and a USAID grant program coordinator, which gave her the opportunity to travel to Kenya. When she's not writing, she enjoys running and genealogy. She lives in Pilot Hill, California and has not yet struck gold in her backyard.


Historical Fiction
Other (Fiction)
Women's Fiction

Free Book Giveaways

The Romanov Legacy

Natalie knows that Nicholas II, the last Russian tsar, left behind a secret bank account. No one believes her because she's been diagnosed with schizophrenia. Even her sister, a Russian history professor, won't take Natalie's claim seriously...until a Russian spy kidnaps her, claiming she’s the only one who can lead him to the treasure.

The Romanov Legacy is the first book in the Natalie Brandon thriller series, with fast-paced action and a heroine readers call "unforgettable" and "enchanting." If you like Dan Brown’s historical puzzles and the international intrigue of Daniel Silva, then you'll love Jenni Wiltz's page-turning thrillers.

Claim The Romanov Legacy to discover this exciting new series today!


Croatoa: A Short Story of the Lost Colony of Roanoke

In 1587, a group of English settlers sailed for the New World. By 1590, the entire colony had vanished without a trace. The only clue? A single word carved in a fence post: CROATOAN. Were the settlers murdered by the Croatoan tribe? Did they abandon the colony to seek shelter away from Roanoke Island? Or did something more sinister happen? Something that might reveal an ancient evil - lingering, watching, waiting...and killing.

This is an imaginative re-telling of the colony’s final days, with a blend of historical fiction, romance, and the paranormal.


The Sinner's Bible

Natalie Brandon doesn't believe in curses - except the one afflicting her. Diagnosed with schizophrenia, she's tormented by a recurring hallucination - the voice of an angel named Belial. When her boss acquires a copy of the rare 1631 Sinners' Bible, Belial tells her that the book is linked to the tragic Stuart dynasty - and the curse that brought it down.

Natalie doesn't believe it until the public unveiling of the book goes horribly awry. A pair of thieves take Natalie, her sister, and her boss hostage. When Belial orders her to keep the thieves from stealing the Sinners' Bible, Natalie knows it's because he wants to unleash the curse once more. Will she stop the thieves or will she stop Belial? No matter which choice she makes, someone will die.