The Major’s Daughter

by Regina Jennings

My teenage daughter reviewed this book for the retail sites so I’m having her guest post her review here as well. This is the first time, but it won’t be the last. She has a love for reading as well so I hope to have her as a guest more often.

The Major’s daughter is a good read. The historical setting being the Oklahoma Land Run was well done and was my favorite part of the story. Oklahoma is finally being settled and treated as a state. ( I was born in Oklahoma, and I lived there seven years). The plot of who and how a town was settled was very good.

Frisco was an easy going person who only wanted a home. Caroline was a determined woman who didn’t want to live in her father’s fort. These characters were well written, but I didn’t really connect with them. My favorite characters were the secondary ones-Amber and Bradley.

The author fit Christianity well into the characters in the way they acted- nice and happy.

The author supplied the reader with many different storylines, and over all I truly enjoyed this book.

I received this book from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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2 thoughts on “The Major’s Daughter

by Regina Jennings

  1. Thank you for your review of the “Major’s Daughter” by Regina Jennings. Your thoughts and overview of this book definitely sparked a desire in me to make it my next read. I, too, was born and still live in Oklahoma. I am always interested in our state’s history and especially enjoy it with a blending of fiction and folktale! Isn’t that just like real life. Thank you for introducing me to this book and author.

    1. There are some funny but totally true facts in this story. Some of it sounds outlandish, but they did start towns in a day with very little resources. It’s a fun book, and written by a Oklahoma author. Enjoy!

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