Welcome to an Independence Day Weekend Sunday Book Club!
Seeing as we in America are celebrating the birth of our nation, I thought we could talk about our favorite books set during the Colonial and Revolutionary eras in the United States (or, if you have a similar era in your country, I would LOVE to know your faves too).
Some of my very faves are Laura Frantz’s Kentucke books (The Colonel’s Lady, Courting Morrow Little, The Frontiersman’s Daughter) and her most recent release The Mistress of Tall Acre. I also love Lori Benton’s Pathfinders series (The Wood’s Edge, A Flight of Arrows), Deeanne Gist’s A Bride Most Begrudging, and Carrie Fancett Pagels’ Saving the Marquise’s Granddaughter. Marguerite Martin Gray will be on my blog tomorrow to talk about her book Hold Me Close, which is set around the stirrings of the Revolution in Charleston.
So, now it’s your turn! 🙂 What are some must-read books set in Colonial/Revolutionary America? (Or your own country)