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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In My Opinion
The final book in the Fort Reno series hits all the right targets. The Major’s Daughter is a history lesson, romance, and comedy all rolled into one wonderful read.
I loved that Regina Jennings brings two characters readers met in the first book in the series to the forefront. Caroline and Frisco have matured, and we get to discover the people the ensuing years have shaped them into.
Caroline has gone from the entitled and spoiled major’s daughter to a woman who longs to forge her own path. She’s smart, determined, classy, and a little sassy (especially when it comes to any interaction with the men in her life).
And while Caroline has matured, Frisco has made a complete 180 in his life. He’s a man with a mission—and a conscience. Even though he had his own dreams and plans, he remains a gentleman to Caroline who throws up a roadblock to said dreams and plans and has a heart to see justice reign.
As a bonus, Amber and Bradley get some page time in this book and readers of the full series will enjoy the cameos from fictional friends. And if you haven’t read the series, no worries, this read stands just fine on its own. Whichever category you fall into, you’ll find a lot to love about The Major’s Daughter.
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