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Lisa Bingham Books In Order

Publication Order of St. Charles Trilogy Books

Sweet Dalliance (1994) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Sweet Defiance (1995) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Sweet Decadence (1996) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Pedigrue Sisters Books

Wild Escapade (1996) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Wild Serenade (1997) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Wild Masquerade (1997) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of New Year's Bachelors Books

Dana and the Calendar Man (1996) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Accidental Moms Books

The Daddy Hunt (1996) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Once Upon A Kiss... Books

The Princess and the Frog (1997) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of New Arrivals Books

And Babies Make Ten (1999) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Times Two Books

The Miracle Twins (2004) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Taggart Brothers Books

Desperado (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Renegade (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Maverick (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Tender Conquest (1989) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Silken Dreams (1991) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Eden Creek (1991) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Distant Thunder (1992) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Temptation's Kiss (1992) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Bengal Rubies (1993) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Silken Promises (1994) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Nanny Jake (1995) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Butler and the Bachelorette (1996) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Runner-Up Bride (1997) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
When Night Draws Near (1999) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Man Behind the Voice (2000) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Twins Times Two! (2001) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Other Bride (2003) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Other Groom (2003) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Into the Storm (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
After the Fall (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Short Story Collections

Call of the Wild / Everything But Anchovies (2001) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle


Every reader in the world has at one point in their life, come into contact with a novel of the romantic fiction genre. We are all familiar with the general story ideas as well; the spurned affection, the endless desire, the tear jerking reunion and the applauding finale set to keep the reader on the edge of their seta throughout its entirety. Although it might not be the cup of tea for everyone, it would be hard to admit that for many, these little works of fiction really manage to play with our heart strings as we come in contact with a plot development capable of really getting to us.

Few writers are able to focus on one particular genre, create multiple works on the same concept and yet have each one unique and individualistic from first to last. Lisa Bingham however is one such writer who is able to spin out new ideas had an incredible rate but keep the same romantic overtones set in a new way in order to appease and delight her readers. Although unbelievably difficult to have the same story told in so many different ways, Bingham has managed over the years to create an entirely different development and breathe life into each story in a completely different format.

As the published author of over two dozen works throughout her career, Bingham completely personifies the role of the Harlequin American Romance author. In fact, some would go as far as to say she was one of those that built the genre into what it is today.

In addition to romance, Bingham has also created and published novels in other categories as well such as the contemporary classics and historical fiction works as well. In total since her first novel was created and started the ball rolling on her literary collection, Bingham has published more than one and a half million copies of her works. She is also still writing to this day so her work continues to grow.

The first work ever published by Bingham was entitled Tender Conquest and was originally on the shelves all the way back in March of 1989. The novel featured protagonist Ester Miles, an upright and formal woman of her time period who took ownership of the Benton House Orphanage. Miles gained control of the building with the aspirations of doing some good for the world by assisting the men who were injured and returning from the war.

However the first body that showed up on her doorstep wasn’t a war victim, but that of a travelling drifter left on her doorstep. As she did her best to repair this bruised and battered man, she became acquainted with him, first on a personal level, then a passionate one. Her love for Donovan Reed grew, turning into one of the most notable romances in Bingham’s literary collection.

Tender Conquest was one of the most well-known written works of Bingham, however Eden Creek was also a very popular title. This was the second novel published by Bingham, originally making its debut in 1991.

Eden Creek is another romantic fiction that features Ginny Parker, a woman who is spurned by the only man she ever loved. Following her heartbreak, she dreams of a fresh start in Utah. Parker is set within a prearranged marriage to a man named Orrin Ghant who was originally only seeking someone to care for his three daughters for him. And this is how the story begins, however what started as a bond of mutual obligation transformed into an incredible story of both passion and love. Both works by Bingham were well received and started a collection of over twenty other romance novels, making her one of the most known writers for the romance genre in the field of literature.

A good example of a historical fiction written by Bingham would be her bestselling novel entitled Into the Storm which featured the character RueAnn Boggs and her beau Charles Tolliver, a British man enshrouded in mystery. The story follows through a twenty four hour meeting with the characters who fall in love, marry and is eventually left by Charlie as he leaves for his secret job in England. After weeks pass with no sign of Charlie, RueAnn travels to London, England to find the man who married her and then disappeared off the face of the Earth. Bingham utilizes her skills in character and plot development in order to keep her readers on the seat right up until the exciting climax. One of the best characteristics of these works is that they are so very different from one another. There is no written work in Bingham’s collection that begins to feel stale and repetitive as each one entices its audience with a new character set and backstory to keep people flipping pages up to the exciting end.

Bingham was born the youngest of three children and her writing is influenced through her studies and travels throughout Brazil, Mexico, the United Kingdom as well as Continental Europe. Bingham published her first work in her mid-twenties, but had originally started to write even earlier than that in her teenage years. Bingham attributes a portion of her success to her critique group who provide advice about the technical aspects of her work and give her much needed breaks from writing.

What sets Bingham apart from other writer’s in the same category is perhaps her love of the characters she creates and develops. Bingham acknowledges that many writers have trouble saying goodbye to their characters after the completion of their novel, she describes herself a step further and compares it as going into mourning when she is finished. Sometimes she has even developed a sequel to her novel simply to have another chance to work with the same character and develop them further than one book could allow. For those that want to experience one of the classic works of romantic literature, they have to look no further than some of the literary publishing’s of Lisa Bingham.

Every reader in the world has at one point in their life, come into contact with a novel of the romantic fiction genre. We are all familiar with the general story ideas as well; the spurned affection, the endless desire, the tear jerking reunion and the applauding finale set to keep the reader on the edge of their seta throughout its entirety. Although it might not be the cup of tea for everyone, it would be hard to admit that for many, these little works of fiction really manage to play with our heart strings as we come in contact with a plot development capable of really getting to us.

Few writers are able to focus on one particular genre, create multiple works on the same concept and yet have each one unique and individualistic from first to last. Lisa Bingham however is one such writer who is able to spin out new ideas had an incredible rate but keep the same romantic overtones set in a new way in order to appease and delight her readers. Although unbelievably difficult to have the same story told in so many different ways, Bingham has managed over the years to create an entirely different development and breathe life into each story in a completely different format.

As the published author of over two dozen works throughout her career, Bingham completely personifies the role of the Harlequin American Romance author. In fact, some would go as far as to say she was one of those that built the genre into what it is today.

In addition to romance, Bingham has also created and published novels in other categories as well such as the contemporary classics and historical fiction works as well. In total since her first novel was created and started the ball rolling on her literary collection, Bingham has published more than one and a half million copies of her works. She is also still writing to this day so her work continues to grow.

The first work ever published by Bingham was entitled Tender Conquest and was originally on the shelves all the way back in March of 1989. The novel featured protagonist Ester Miles, an upright and formal woman of her time period who took ownership of the Benton House Orphanage. Miles gained control of the building with the aspirations of doing some good for the world by assisting the men who were injured and returning from the war.

However the first body that showed up on her doorstep wasn’t a war victim, but that of a travelling drifter left on her doorstep. As she did her best to repair this bruised and battered man, she became acquainted with him, first on a personal level, then a passionate one. Her love for Donovan Reed grew, turning into one of the most notable romances in Bingham’s literary collection.

Tender Conquest was one of the most well-known written works of Bingham, however Eden Creek was also a very popular title. This was the second novel published by Bingham, originally making its debut in 1991.

Eden Creek is another romantic fiction that features Ginny Parker, a woman who is spurned by the only man she ever loved. Following her heartbreak, she dreams of a fresh start in Utah. Parker is set within a prearranged marriage to a man named Orrin Ghant who was originally only seeking someone to care for his three daughters for him. And this is how the story begins, however what started as a bond of mutual obligation transformed into an incredible story of both passion and love. Both works by Bingham were well received and started a collection of over twenty other romance novels, making her one of the most known writers for the romance genre in the field of literature.

A good example of a historical fiction written by Bingham would be her bestselling novel entitled Into the Storm which featured the character RueAnn Boggs and her beau Charles Tolliver, a British man enshrouded in mystery. The story follows through a twenty four hour meeting with the characters who fall in love, marry and is eventually left by Charlie as he leaves for his secret job in England.

After weeks pass with no sign of Charlie, RueAnn travels to London, England to find the man who married her and then disappeared off the face of the Earth. Bingham utilizes her skills in character and plot development in order to keep her readers on the seat right up until the exciting climax.

One of the best characteristics of these works is that they are so very different from one another. There is no written work in Bingham’s collection that begins to feel stale and repetitive as each one entices its audience with a new character set and backstory to keep people flipping pages up to the exciting end.

Bingham was born the youngest of three children and her writing is influenced through her studies and travels throughout Brazil, Mexico, the United Kingdom as well as Continental Europe. Bingham published her first work in her mid-twenties, but had originally started to write even earlier than that in her teenage years. Bingham attributes a portion of her success to her critique group who provide advice about the technical aspects of her work and give her much needed breaks from writing.

What sets Bingham apart from other writer’s in the same category is perhaps her love of the characters she creates and develops. Bingham acknowledges that many writers have trouble saying goodbye to their characters after the completion of their novel, she describes herself a step further and compares it as going into mourning when she is finished.

Sometimes she has even developed a sequel to her novel simply to have another chance to work with the same character and develop them further than one book could allow. For those that want to experience one of the classic works of romantic literature, they have to look no further than some of the literary publishing’s of Lisa Bingham.

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