Jen Comfort is originally from Portland, Oregon, and dabbled in astrophysics before spending a decade working in restaurants in New York City and Portland. Now she writes romantic comedies about hot nerds with very cool jobs. She spends her free time growing plants destined to die before their time, playing video games, and encouraging her cat and malamute-husky dog to become internet famous, with zero success.
Midnight Duet [is] a gender-swapped Phantom of the Opera -which means the heroine, delightfully, gets to play the villain's role. Erika Greene is ambitious, brashly confident, hedonistic, sharp-tongued, and sexually demanding....The electricity between Christof and Erika is instant and explosive. -New York Times Charmingly bonkers. -Kirkus Reviews Comfort delivers a high-heat, high-volume contemporary romance...The spicy sex scenes titillate, and the plot is leavened with humor and unabashed silliness. -Publishers Weekly Scorchingly hot, delightfully snarky, surprisingly sweet...this fun, bonkers, genderbent modern take on Phantom of the Opera is everything I didn't know I wanted. -Cathy Yardley, author of Role Playing Midnight Duet delivers on its delightfully bonkers premise! Funny, sexy, and heartfelt, it takes the archetypes we think we know-the Broadway diva and the arrogant rock star-and reveals humans who learn, grow, and love. -Eden Appiah-Kubi, author of The Bennet Women The steamy romance novel pipe organists have been craving. - Jennifer Bardsley, author of Talk of the Town Midnight Duet is the steamy romance musical theater geeks have been waiting for. Leads Erika and Christof have sizzling chemistry, and a cast of outrageous side characters kept me laughing until the last page. So much fun! -Addie Woolridge, author of The Bounce Back Jen Comfort takes two larger-than-life leads, incendiary sexual tension, and a hilarious scene-stealing supporting cast and dials the amp all the way up to eleven in Midnight Duet-a romance that's dramatic, campy catnip for theater lovers and angst lovers alike. It's a horny romp that also accomplishes a heartfelt exploration of loneliness, growth, and belonging-ultimately unbreaking two broken people who realize the power of letting go and letting others in. -Jen Devon, author of Bend Toward the Sun