Book Review: Regina Jennings’ “For The Record”


You can’t judge a man by his hooded mask!

Author Regina Jennings put a unique spin on crime and criminals in her latest book “For The Record”.  Deputy Joel Puckett and Betsy Huckabee’s budding love story pales in comparison to the unexplained violence plaguing the small town of Pine Gap.

After fleeing Texas, Deputy Joel is determined to start a new life as a lawman without the alleged “womanzier” stigma following him everywhere he goes. Not only does he quickly get mixed up with young, fiction writer Betsy; his new neighbors (who ride around in hooded masks to fight crime) despise him! Domestic violence, arson and attempted murder all seem to fall into the deputy’s lap before he can earn the townspeople trust and respect. To top it all off, Betsy’s romantic fiction columns are bringing his dark past back to life.

“For The Record” was an interesting read, but there is so much more to the story than what the synopsis outlines. Its more about community and not being quick to judge others. With that being said, give this book the benefit of the doubt and discover all it has to offer.

*BTSCelebs thanks Bethany House for the complimentary copy of the book.*

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