Reyna Marder Gentin writes compelling women’s fiction with just the right blend of romance. Both Are True is the moving story of two lovers at a crossroads, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be rooting on these perfectly flawed characters. Gentin captures the subtle nuances of relationships and what it means to open ourselves to others. Fans of legal thrillers will appreciate the courtroom drama, a testament to Gentin’s years practicing law, and I, for one, appreciated the quick wit throughout. I’m a fan. Brava, Reyna!

— Rochelle Weinstein, bestselling author of This Is Not How It Ends.

Gentin’s flowing, provocative, and descriptive style will draw you in to this fascinating sneak peek behind the scenes of life as a New York City Family Court judge. A unique take on the age-old question of whether a career woman can balance her professional life and find peace in her personal life.

— Lainey Cameron, award-winning author of The Exit Strategy.

The youngest judge on the bench must decide: love vs. love of the law. A compelling page-turner by Reyna Marder Gentin. Both Are True is way too good to be legal! Enjoyed this book from start to finish.

— Marilyn Simon Rothstein, award-winning author of Lift And Separate.

Poignant and funny, Both Are True is simultaneously a compassionate tribute to the complexity of family life in New York City and an intimate portrait of one unlikely couple–a love story you’ll think about long after you turn the last page.

— Elyssa Friedland, author of Last Summer At The Golden Hotel.

This moving novel examines what it means to start over—with surprising consequences.

— Nicola Kraus, bestselling co-author of The Nanny Diaries.

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A compelling drama laced with loves lost and loves found, Both Are True is women’s fiction ripe for book club discussion.

— Jennifer Klepper, USA Today bestselling author of Unbroken Threads.

Gentin deftly weaves a story of a complicated relationship with fascinating legal insight, exploring themes of parenting, love, and all the difficulties and nuances involved with both.

— Susie Orman Schnall, author of We Came Here to Shine.

A thought-provoking legal drama, Both Are True asks hard questions and wholly engages the reader.

— Sally Koslow, author of Another Side of Paradise.

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Reyna Marder Gentin writes compelling women’s fiction with just the right blend of romance. Both Are True is the moving story of two lovers at a crossroads, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be rooting on these perfectly flawed characters. Gentin captures the subtle nuances of relationships and what it means to open ourselves to others. Fans of legal thrillers will appreciate the courtroom drama, a testament to Gentin’s years practicing law, and I, for one, appreciated the quick wit throughout. I’m a fan. Brava, Reyna!

— Rochelle Weinstein, bestselling author of This Is Not How It Ends.

Gentin’s flowing, provocative, and descriptive style will draw you in to this fascinating sneak peek behind the scenes of life as a New York City Family Court judge. A unique take on the age-old question of whether a career woman can balance her professional life and find peace in her personal life.

— Lainey Cameron, award-winning author of The Exit Strategy.

The youngest judge on the bench must decide: love vs. love of the law. A compelling page-turner by Reyna Marder Gentin. Both Are True is way too good to be legal! Enjoyed this book from start to finish.

— Marilyn Simon Rothstein, award-winning author of Lift And Separate.

Poignant and funny, Both Are True is simultaneously a compassionate tribute to the complexity of family life in New York City and an intimate portrait of one unlikely couple–a love story you’ll think about long after you turn the last page.

— Elyssa Friedland, author of Last Summer At The Golden Hotel.

This moving novel examines what it means to start over—with surprising consequences.

— Nicola Kraus, bestselling co-author of The Nanny Diaries.

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A compelling drama laced with loves lost and loves found, Both Are True is women’s fiction ripe for book club discussion.

— Jennifer Klepper, USA Today bestselling author of Unbroken Threads.

Gentin deftly weaves a story of a complicated relationship with fascinating legal insight, exploring themes of parenting, love, and all the difficulties and nuances involved with both.

— Susie Orman Schnall, author of We Came Here to Shine.

A thought-provoking legal drama, Both Are True asks hard questions and wholly engages the reader.

— Sally Koslow, author of Another Side of Paradise.

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Hurray for Layla!  Warm and insightful, Call Me Layla speaks to the value of friendship, the need for caring teachers, and the power of family love—no matter how imperfect that family might be. Layla’s struggles will strike a chord with young readers who face their own challenges, and every reader will root for Layla, a girl who only needs a little help to recognize how special she really is.

― Diana Harmon Asher, author of Sidetracked.

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Unreasonable Doubts by Reyna Gentin. A blend of drama, romance, and legal suspense, Gentin’s novel is engaging and fast-paced, immediately sweeping you into the tale … Will justice be served? You might guess the end, but you’ll definitely want to know how the author gets there, because nothing is as obvious as it seems.

― Dayton Jewish Observer, June 15, 2018

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Hurray for Layla!  Warm and insightful, Call Me Layla speaks to the value of friendship, the need for caring teachers, and the power of family love—no matter how imperfect that family might be. Layla’s struggles will strike a chord with young readers who face their own challenges, and every reader will root for Layla, a girl who only needs a little help to recognize how special she really is.

― Diana Harmon Asher, author of Sidetracked.

 Click Here To Read More Reviews.

Available for purchase at these and other fine book stores.

 

Unreasonable Doubts by Reyna Gentin. A blend of drama, romance, and legal suspense, Gentin’s novel is engaging and fast-paced, immediately sweeping you into the tale … Will justice be served? You might guess the end, but you’ll definitely want to know how the author gets there, because nothing is as obvious as it seems.

― Dayton Jewish Observer, June 15, 2018

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