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Susanna is a lady of principles who values family most of all. Johann seems to represent all she despises . . . but appearances can be deceiving. In 1875, Susanna Hanby is headed off to college in Westerville, Ohio, when she discovers her sister...+

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Susanna is a lady of principles who values family most of all. Johann seems to represent all she despises . . . but appearances can be deceiving.

In 1875, Susanna Hanby is headed off to college in Westerville, Ohio, when she discovers her sister Rachel and Rachel's children have disappeared. Susanna suspects that Rachel's alcoholic husband knows more than he's saying and she vows to uncover the truth.

Johann Giere is heir to a successful German-American brewery in Columbus, but longs for a career in journalism in New York City. When Johann signs on as the supplier for a new saloon in Westerville, his path crosses with Susanna and sparks fly. A fiery temperance crusader, Susanna despises Johann's profession, but can't deny the way he makes her feel.

When Susanna learns that Rachel's children have been indentured to orphanages in the city, she despairs that her family will be fractured forever. But Johann makes Susanna an offer she can't refuse--pitting her passion and her principles against one another.

If she can find a way for her head and her heart to agree, a future lovelier than daylight awaits her.

"Lovelier than Daylight" is a story of love and faith based on the Westerville Whiskey War of 1875, a dramatic real historical event featured in the 2011 documentary "Prohibition" by Ken Burns.


Publisher    THOMAS NELSON
Language    English
Publication Date    11/2012
Pages    368
EAN    9781401687755
UPC    9781595547873
Author    Elliott, Rosslyn