Saturday, February 21, 2015

Review: A Most Inconvenient Marriage by Regina Jennings

A Most Inconvenient Marriage by Regina Jennings was such a fun read, I read it in less than 24 hours.  I could not put this book down.  Taking place right after the Civil War, Nurse Abigail Stuart gives in to a dying soldiers request and marries him.  Jeremiah Calhoun was her late husband’s name and his main concern was for his sister Rachel to be taken care of.  In the bargain Abigail would receive the rights to his farm.  Being driven from her own family, Abigail quickly makes her way to the Ozark farm and sets up house with her mother-in-law and Rachel, her sister-in-law.  Just to make things interesting, she must also confront Jeremiah’s fiancé, Laurel, and let her know that he loved Laurel till the end.  But marrying Abigail was for the best for his ailing sister.  Their lives begin to settle into a new pattern until the real Jeremiah Calhoun shows up back home.  Injured himself, he is bound and determined not to let this woman into his life and he wants to pick things back up with his fiancé Laurel.  This story delivers a delightful tale of antics, a slow burn love, danger, and the companionship of friends and neighbors.  Not to mention the mystery of whom Abigail actually married if it was not Jeremiah Calhoun.  I highly recommend this one by Regina Jennings and it is going on my keeper shelf.  I received my copy from The Book Club Network, Inc. for an honest review and the opinions are my own.

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