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While this is one of those books where you'll know exactly how it ends, it's still a very enjoyable read.
Another fantastic story set during the colonial period in early American history, The Colonel's Lady by Laura Frantz is a book for the keeper shelf.
There is enough suspense, romance and positive story lines to keep your interest throughout the book, and I loved that.
I have nothing but high praise for this author. She is detailed and keeps the story moving with lots of exciting things going on.Published 2 days ago by MrsSharon
excellent book Laura Frantz has written three very good novels so far.Published 5 days ago by Delores Smith
I enjoyed this book, but the many typo. errors and misspelling and missed letters was very annoying.Published 1 month ago by Linda Wood
This book is worthy of five stars. It revealed what the cost was of living in the 18th century and what they had to give up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by shari
4.5 stars - this was a great book! Just a few minor plot holes, and a few tiny threads unresolved, but otherwise a wonderful, uplifting, very romantic story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by keb70
This book was just good light reading, predictable but the historical details were well-explored and kept my interest. Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Overall
The Colonel's Lady is one of my favorite novels. Laura Frantz has a great way of bringing the setting and her characters to life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carrie A. Turansky