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Will Hanby indentures with a Pittsburgh saddler maker, only to discover that his master is a cold-hearted tyrant. After years of abuse, Will becomes a prisoner of his own mind. But then lovely Ann Miller comes to stay next door and her compassion lights a long-dark part of Will's soul. His renewed courage puts his life in jeopardy as he begins to assist fugitive slaves. Will's murderous master and Ann's questions about her family may keep both of them bound in the shadows forever. Or will they find freedom-together?
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Series: Saddler's Legacy
Ann dreams of a marriage proposal from her poetic suitor, Eliuntil Will Hanby shows her that nobility is more than fine words.
On a small farm in 19th-century Ohio, young Ann Miller is pursued by the gallant Eli Bowen, son of a prominent family. Eli is the suitor of Ann's dreams. Like her, he enjoys poetry and beautiful things and soon, he will move to the city to become a doctor.
Ann travels to Pittsburgh, accompanying her father on business. There she meets Will Hanby, a saddle-maker's apprentice. Will has spent years eking out an existence under a cruel master and his spirit is nearly broken. But Ann's compassion lights a long-dark part of his soul. Through his encounters with Ann's father, a master saddler, Will discovers new hope and courage in the midst of tremendous adversity.
When the Millers must return to Ohio and their ministry there, Will resolves to find them, at any cost. If Will can make it back to Ann, will she be waiting?
Ann Miller, who decides she isnt going to stay home on yet another of her father's business trips, bargains with him to let her and her two sisters join him. While their trip is fraught with peril, Ann meets a mistreated apprentice, Will Hanby, who's in more danger than she. Failing to find a solution to Will's trials by the time she leaves, Ann's heart is burdened. After being reunited when Will runs for his life, they must face his master, their pasts, and bounty hunters, all the while trusting God to lead them through these ordeals.
Fairer than Morning is an excellent story about redemption and God's constant protection. Psalm 23:4-5 sums up the theme of this story perfectly. This book flows seamlessly and hooks readers from the first sentence. By being written in first person from both Ann and Will's points of view, a deeply vulnerable and dynamic connection is created between characters and readers. The struggles they experience, along with the interactions between the characters themselves, draw the audience intimately into their lives.
Fairer than Morning is a poignant story that will not only keep readers holding their breath in anticipation, but also will inspire and move them to stand up for their beliefs. Targeted at women ages 15 to 55, this content-heavy book is a pure delight and would be a great addition to any personal or church library. Rachel Vachon, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com