Mary Ellis is a genius!
This eBook whetted my appetite for the full story in a way that was very surprising indeed.
I have never been a fan of Civil War era romance, or for anything about the Civil War era, in fact.
But after reading this tantalizing tome, I simply had to read the book that it gave me just a peek into!
And it does not matter how short the story may be, it was expertly written – giving the reader just enough information without spoiling anything about the novel to come.
In point of fact, it gives us a glimpse into the start of Miss Harrison’s journey that makes “The Quaker and the Rebel” that much more appealing.
Don’t miss it – especially since it’s FREE!
You can download this short prequel on a number of eBook retailer sites and I have linked as many of them as I could find. Nearly all of them support an app or a reading program that will work on your e-reader, tablet, phone or even your computer.
A peek inside from GoodReads:
This short story prequel by bestselling author Mary Ellis provides an early glimpse into the life of Quaker Emily Harrison. Laced with humor and a sweet love story, this bonus material also contains the first chapter of Emily’s continuing journey in The Quaker and the Rebel, Book 1 of the Civil War Heroines series.
Summer 1861—Emily Harrison is finding life a bit overwhelming. Alone on her family’s farm, she must take on the roles of both housekeeper and farmer. She cares for the garden, makes plans for planting the fields, and milks the cows, all the while creating havoc in the home her mother used to keep immaculate. That is in addition to providing a safe house as part of the Underground Railroad.
In the midst of this whirlpool of swirling tasks, she is getting ready to greet very important dinner guests—the love of her life and her pastor and his wife. Will Matthew finally propose? What news does Reverend Ames bring that turns Emily’s world upside down? How does the new war between the North and South impact her life? And…will the goose be cooked in time
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And for Mary Ellis’ website, click HERE
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