Jennings, Regina

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Engaging Deception

Hilarious misunderstandings and secrets abound in this humorous, action-packed romance. Jennings (Proposing Mischief) brings out the best in the historical Christian romance genre, and this is a satisfying conclusion to her trilogy that can easily be read as a stand-alone.

Holding the Fort

Jennings (For the Record) kicks off a new series with a light and enjoyable tale that will delight her fans as well as lovers of historical romance.

For the Record

Jennings's (At Love's Bidding) lighthearted tone, likable characters, and feel-good narrative with a touch of drama makes for another swoon-worthy historical romance set in the American West. Readers who appreciate Jen Turano won't be disappointed.

A Most Inconvenient Marriage

What starts out as a case of mistaken identity turns into a compelling love story between two people who are wary of each other and trying to rebuild their lives in the tense atmosphere of the Reconstruction South. Jennings (Love in the Balance) does a good job of charting the emotional and spiritual growth of her engaging protagonists. Her fresh take will please readers who prefer their historical romances set in the Civil War period.

Caught in the Middle

Jennings (Love in the Balance) returns with a colorful romance that evokes images of frontier towns, train robberies, "fancy houses," and outlaws. Readers looking for a light, fast-paced pick or Western fiction will enjoy this.

Sixty Acres and a Bride

A vivacious young widow returns to the family ranch in Texas and finds that the county is demanding back taxes she cannot pay...

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