his Christian fiction historical romance literally transports its readers into colonial Williamsburg at the onset of the Revolutionary War. Laura Frantz’s characters couldn't be more lifelike, allowing us to intimately experience every detail. This book is a true page-turner and provokes thoughts about the impact of war, the sacrifices and faith of our country’s founders, and the defining line of politics between society, friends, and families.
here's something about Laura Frantz's writing that transports me to the setting of the book and I am completely immersed! There are so many rich historical details from a time period I don't often read about- post American Revolution.
The Mistress of Tall Acre
have read and own all Laura Frantz's books and I wish I could give this book 10 stars! It was that good. Not often do I continue to think about a book long after I've closed the last page, but I do with her books. She doesn't just write to give a reader something to read, a bit of fluff with a few scriptures thrown in. Her books cause you to think about your own walk with Christ.
The Colonel's Lady