Review: Daughter of the Regiment

Available today: Daughter of the Regiment

***3.5/5 stars

A Civil War romance with depth, Daughter of the Regiment is a great read.

Recommended readers:

  • If you like Civil War Fiction
  • If you like a taste of American history through a romance

Here’s my Rankings:

  • 3/5 for characters
  • 4/5 for plot
  • 3.5/5 overall
  • 2/5 steaminess

REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:

Typical American History recounts the Civil War from two separate sides, and Stephanie Grace Whitson tells a great PG-romance from the view of two women in Missouri stuck at opposite ends of the conflict. Maggie, the only female in the Malone Irish-immigrant family, has two brothers who have joined the Union.  In contrast, Elizabeth Blair has served as hostess for her wealthy brother, who’s political ambitions drive him to create a local militia for the Confederacy. I love the female perspective of a usually male dominated war – and paired with the contrasting women make this a romance with historical depth.

Available on Amazon: Daughter of the Regiment

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