Welcome to First Line Friday’s hosted by Hoarding Books.

Today I am excited to be featuring The Major’s Daughter (Fort Reno #3) by Regina Jennings. I really enjoyed reading this story. The Oklahoma land run garnered much attention and has many stories of treachery and heroism. With vivacious characters, and a simmering friend-to-more love story, you are almost certain to enjoy your time spent in the pages of this story!


April 16, 1889
Purcell, Chickasaw Nation

          We’re getting a town lot, and it’s purt near guaranteed.


  The Major’s Daughter (Fort Reno #3)


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Grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. To see what First Lines others are sharing this week head over to Hoarding Books.

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6 thoughts on “First Line Friday: The Major’s Daughter

  1. Today, I’m sharing from Love You, Truly by Susan L. Tuttle: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2019/12/19/first-line-friday-115/. It’s such a good book!!! Currently, I’m just starting Isaiah’s Legacy by Mesu Andrews, so I’ll post a line from there:

    “I hated weeding the garden alone, but I’d rather Abba copy his scrolls inside than bear our neighbor’s cutting remarks.”

    Hope you have a great weekend and a blessed Christmas! 😊❤📖


  2. I’ve enjoyed this series.

    I’m sharing the first line from Breaking Point by Marji Laine on my blog today, but I’m currently reading Home for Christmas by Candee Fick. Here’s the first line:

    On a Monday afternoon in mid-October, Tyler Sherwood found himself pacing backstage at the Showstopper Theater inside the Golden Palace Casino in Las Vegas.

    I love Candee Fick’s romances and am looking forward to reading this one.


  3. I read The Major’s Daughter. Great book!
    My first line is from Seconds to Live by Susan Sleeman:
    One Mistake. That was all it took to put Dustee’s life on the line-death right on her heels.

    Merry Christmas!


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