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"The Captain's Daughter" is an excellent start to Jennifer's new series and it is a must-read for historical fiction fans. This is wonderfully written, excellent characters and a storyline that just flows so nicely. Rosalyn grew up in an orphanage and was in a position of service when she became of age. However, life is not a safe and happy for Rosalyn as she encounters tough situations and shady individuals. Nate is just waiting for the time that he can return to serving his country, and he is spending time healing in London. When Rosalyn and Nate's paths cross and their lives intersect at the local theater, a place that has become a sanctuary for Rosalyn and a place that Nate cannot wait to leave, both realize many things, but most importantly is that God has a plan and a purpose.
I loved the uniqueness of this book, the storyline, but really the character of Rosalyn, she has had a hard life and wasn't raised in a home being waited on and living a privileged life like so many other characters I have read about in historical fiction novels. I felt as if I was transported to London and became a part of the story which really makes a book great for me.
I highly recommend this book and am eager for book #2 in the series!
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*Thanks to the Litfuse Publicity Group for including me on this blog tour and for the complimentary copy of this book.*