The Major’s Daughter was an exciting wrap up to the Fort Reno series, yet I believe that readers could easily pick this novel up and enjoy it even if they have not read the previous books.
I enjoyed seeing the heart of the man that Frisco was. The way he worked to further truth and justice was admirable, as was the way he treated Caroline, even as they both wanted to claim the same homestead.
That Caroline! At first she really frustrated me with her stubbornness, fully knowing all of the work that Frisco had put into the land. However, she grew as a person throughout the book and won me over, as well. I enjoyed reading this fun story.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Caroline Adams returns to Indian Territory after tiring of confining society life. She wants adventure, and when she and her friend Amber come across swaggering outlaw Frisco Smith, they find his dreams for the new territory are very persuasive. With the much-anticipated land run pending, they may just join the rush.
Growing up parentless, all Frisco Smith wanted was a place to call his own. It’s no wonder that he fought to open the Unassigned Lands. After years of sneaking across the border, he’s even managed to put in a dugout house on a hidden piece of property he’s poised to claim.
When the gun sounds, everyone’s best plans are thrown out the window in the chaos of the run. Caroline and Frisco soon find themselves battling over a claim–and both dig in their heels. Settling the rightful ownership will bring these two closer than they ever expected and change their ideas of what a true home looks like.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Historical romance author Regina Jennings is a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University with a degree in English and a minor in history. She’s the winner of the National Reader’s Choice Award, a two-time Golden Quill finalist and a finalist for the Oklahoma Book of the Year Award. Regina has worked at the Mustang News and at the Oklahoma National Stockyards. Her latest book, The Major’s Daughter, is set in Oklahoma Territory, at Historic Fort Reno. She lives outside of Oklahoma City with her husband and four children