Time to Curl up with a good book!

Ready for the autumn weather? To curl up with a blanket, hot chocolate and a good book? Rosslyn Elliott has debuted with the perfect book to curl up with. Fairer than Morning, historically based on the Hanby family of Ohio, is a story that will capture your heart and remind you of the beauty and goodness that people have inside them.

This story is filled with twists and turns, Ann Miller has been proposed to and is unsure what to do, helping to raise her two young sisters, and help take care of the farm while her Father is away on business, she is not sure if she is ready to move away from them, but Eli Bowen is exactly what she has been dreaming of.  After a business trip with her father, a saddle-maker, Ann meets Will Hanby, an
indentured servant with a cruel master, and Ann realizes that the world is not as beautiful as it once was. Now Ann must decide what to do.

During Ann’s visit, Will Hanby has discovered a new hope within him that he believed had been crushed by his master. Will decides that Ann’s father and the Miller family will be able to help, but how will he make it from Pittsburgh to Ohio? Will the Miller family welcome him or turn him back to his master?

Elliott has crafted a marvelous tale that will keep you glued to the pages. An excellent debut book and introduction to the Saddler’s Legacy. I cannot wait to see what else Rosslyn Elliott has hidden up her sleeve!

Thanks to Litfuse Publicity for the opportunity to review this book.  You can learn more about Rosslyn Elliott a thttp://www.rosslynelliott.com/ .

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