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Aug 21, 2011
The Colonel's LadyThe Colonel's Lady by Laura Frantz

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I've become exceedingly stingy with 5 star ratings in recent months... but this book has earned one! I fell in love with both main characters from the start. The book hooked me immediately, held me in its grasp, and never let me wander. What more can you ask of a book?

Roxanna Rowan's life has been difficult. She's not perfect. She's not rich. She's getting "old" and has resigned herself to spinsterhood. She decides to head into the frontier of Kentucky and seek out her soldier father.

Her father, however, has been killed in an accident. Roxie finds herself in an impossible situation for a woman in the late 1700s. She is unmarried, with no family, and virtually trapped in a fort surrounded by hostile Indians and the British commander who is using them.

Colonel Cass McLinn is everything a commander should be. To fulfill her father's dying request, he has become her guardian. He must look after her while looking for his shoulder at the British commander who wants him dead.

A well written story that includes the sights, sounds, and smells of the frontier along with the intrigue of a war which birthed a nation.


Carrie Fancett Pagels said...

Thanks for letting me know, Pegg! I am putting up a link on Colonial Quills. What a great book. I want to read it again!

Mary in Idaho said...

I totally agree with your 5 stars for TCL. Everything Laura Frantz has done has been 5 stars in my book. Her books have been a wonderful addition to my historical Christian fiction bookcase.

Carla Olson Gade said...

Great review! I'm still reading and enthralled!