Thursday, September 3, 2009

The Frontiersman's Daughter by Laura Frantz



Fans of historical fiction will find a new author to love in "The Frontiersman's Daughter." Laura Frantz writes with rich detail and lively characters that keep you turning pages until the very end.

Lael Click is high-spirited and unique. Her father is a frontiersman with deep ties to the Shawnee Indians. Life on the Kentucky settlement is far from easy, but never boring. Especially with the tension created by the past and the present.

When the two meet, will Lael be caught in the middle?

She is most definitely her father's daughter! Her personality refuses to be caged, and her attraction to the new doctor is enough to drive her to distraction. As this young woman finds herself and where she fits into the frontier life, will Lael also find love?

In the tradition of Janette Oke, but with the richness of Francine Rivers, I believe fans of historical fiction will have Laura Frantz on their wish list for a long time to come.

I'm giving "The Frontiersman's Daughter" four out of five bookmarks with a calico ribbon as a charm...Lael definitely needs one for her long, wavy hair...or does she?? "The Frontiersman's Daughter" is available at your local bookstore and published by Revell.

Happy Reading!

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3 comments:

Kim said...

Great minds think alike! I just posted my review today too! I will be posting an interview with the author tomorrow...stop by for a visit! :)

Laura Frantz said...

Deena,
Thank you so much for your gracious words about my book. They've blessed me!

Holly said...

I loved this one!