And if you live in Oklahoma City, stop by to see Regina and buy one of her books on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18 from 11-1 at Mardel in Edmond.
SIXTY ACRES AND A BRIDE
BY REGINA JENNINGS
Reviewed by Lacy Williams
In this Western version of the Ruth and Boaz story, Rosa Garner plays the dutiful daughter-in-law who returns to a foreign land—Texas. Some folks think Rosa is real nice and has done a kind thing, taking care of her mother-in-law, but most don’t understand her and she feels pretty out-of-place.
Weston Garner is a relation of Rosa’s mother-in-law, and he meets Rosa at a family sheep shearing. He’s instantly attracted to the dark-haired beauty with the fiery spirit, but ghosts from his past make him keep her at arms-distance.
Until Rosa sneaks into his barn, looking for help, and finds a husband—Weston—instead.
Jennings writes a heroine readers will love. Rosa is strong enough to survive a harsh Texas prairie, and tender-hearted enough to dream of a love of her own.
Filled with vivid descriptions, a rich historical setting, and memorable characters, this is a book you won’t want to miss! Highly recommended!