Jennifer Lyne grew up in Richmond, Virginia, riding horses. She took a job after college in a livery barn in Hot Springs, Virginia and stayed for two years, eventually managing a boarding and lesson barn.  This experience inspired her to write Catch Rider.

At age 23, she sold her horses and Jeep and move to Manhattan's East Village, where she scouted on more than fourteen feature films and worked with Todd Solondz, Ted Hope, Scott Rudin and Sydney Pollack.  She lived in Los Angeles for five years, where she earned her blue belt in Brazilian Jiu- Jitsu and worked for Barry Diller.

Jennifer is co-founder with Adam Watstein of Sharpshooter Pictures, a film production company, and has written and produced two feature films. She lives in New York City with her husband and their two sons.
Catch Rider is her first novel.