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Not left with a home or any prospects at the end of the war, Civil War nurse Abigail Stuart accepts the proposal of her patient Jeremiah Calhoun. Jeremiah doesn’t love her, he just needs for her to care for his sister. He’s giving her his horse farm and his name in return for her promise to care for everything he’s leaving behind.

Planning to just visit and see if she’s needed, Abigail intends to keep her promise only if it’s valued. As soon as she’s met with a home and family that desperately need help Abigail steps in and steps up, investing her own money and backbreaking labor into setting the farm and family to rights.

Until a much different man appears claiming to be Jeremiah Calhoun and threatening the home Abigail has worked so hard to make.

Hott Review of A Most Inconvenient Marriage:

What I liked: This Christian Romance is really a lot of fun. There’s some suspense, a love triangle or two, and plenty of romance. It’s also great the way that they rely on God but still admit to needing a closer relationship with Him. (It’s not a preachy Christian romance.)
What I didn’t like: I’m really hoping this will be a series. It’d be fun to visit these characters again!

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Author: Regina Jennings
Source: Bethany House Publishers via Netgalley
Grade: A
Ages: 16+
Steam: YA
Setting: Missouri
This Counts for these Challenges: 2015 Let Me Count The Ways Reading Challenge, 2015 New Authors Reading Challenge, 2015 Women Challenge, 2015 Historical Romance Reading Challenge, 2015 NetGalley Reading Challenge, 2015 Full House Reading Challenge, Reading Road Trip 2015 Challenge, Monthly Mix-up Mania, 2014 Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge

Author Bio:

See me smiling? It’s because a secret dream of mine came true. I’m so happy that I get to research, write, share stories and other fantastic tasks associated with being an author. And I’m happy to share how the whole author-thing happened, too.
Other things I am – a Christ-follower, a wife, a homeschooling mother of four, a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University, and a voracious reader.
Getting reading time isn’t easy. Seems like my family does more than our share of traveling. My husband is an insurance adjuster (I know, save the hate mail) and travels with the catastrophe team often. That’s allowed us to see a lot of the United States. True many times it’s in the middle of a hurricane or blizzard, but after spending three weeks in a hotel room with six people, you’ll brave anything to get out and see the sights – no matter how damaged they might be.
We also serve on the Missions Team at an amazing church, so we break out the passports frequently. Highlights include singing at a leper colony in India, holding church inside a Mexican prison and showing the Jesus film to a tribe in Senegal who’d never heard the gospel.
But I don’t have to go far away for unusual. My family provides plenty of colorful material with their love for practical jokes, pithy observations and strong agricultural roots. Because of the family business, a significant chunk of my life has been spent at sale barns and auctions – often behind the scales where I weigh pigs. I like to think of myself as a “redneck bluestocking” but I brought an entire marketing team’s discussion to a screeching halt when I said those words, so you didn’t hear it from me.
When I have spare time I love to talk books, history and quirky characters (real and fictional). I’ll be doing that on the Blog – so jump on in. Email me, find me on Facebook or leave a comment. I can’t wait to hear from you.

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