Order of Lisa Bingham Books
Lisa Bingham is an American author of historical and contemporary romance novels. She writes the Taggart Brothers series. Lisa decided she wanted to become an author at age 13, and achieved that goal under ten years later. Aside from being a novelist, Lisa has also been a teacher and a professional theatrical and historical reenactment costume designer and is considered an expert in both fields. She has had the chance to live and study in exotic locales such as Brazil, Mexico, Europe, and the United Kingdom. Lisa lives in rural Utah near a farm that’s been in her husband’s family for four generations. She has three children and multiple animals.
Lisa Bingham made her debut as a published novelist in 1989 with the novel Tender Conquest. Below is a list of Lisa Bingham’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of St. Charles Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Pedigrue Sisters Books
Publication Order of New Year’s Bachelors Books
Publication Order of Accidental Moms Books
Publication Order of Once Upon A Kiss… Books
Publication Order of New Arrivals Books
Publication Order of Times Two Books
Publication Order of Taggart Brothers Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Note: Call of the Wild by Lisa Bingham is paired in a collection with Everything But Anchovies by Susan Peterson.
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Lisa Bingham Synopses: Sweet Dalliance is the first book in the St. Charles Trilogy by Lisa Bingham. Trying to make a break from the Union Army after being wrongly accused of treason, Micah St. Charles searches for the man who had betrayed him, but his quest for vengeance takes an unusual turn when he encounters lovely, unsophisticated Eliza Wilder.
Wild Escapade by Lisa Bingham is the first book in the Pedigrue Sisters series. Stumbling into the world of handsome Logan Campbell en route to a teaching position in the untamed west, Felicity Pedigrue becomes involved in his Underground Railroad efforts at a house of ill repute.