Lovelier than Daylight is set in the
time of the Westerville Whiskey Wars of 1875 and 1879. Two plots
emerge to create one suspenseful story of Susanna and her family.
When Susanna comes into town to meet her sister she finds her gone
and the children have been left at an orphanage. Desperate to get her
nieces and nephews back and find her sister she finds herself in the
middle of a town war over a new Saloon.
Johann is following in his dads
footsteps in the Lager business and finds himself in the middle of
the towns need to get rid of the Saloon that his family is providing
Lager for. After meeting Susanna and finding out about her
circumstances he can not help but feel the need to help.
This book is two stories in one with a
great romance budding. This story was suspenseful and kept me on my
toes the whole book. It was very interesting how the author was able
to capture some real history in this fictional story. I do not agree
with the idea that the Lager could be ok if need be because of my
Christian views. And there are some parts of the plot in the end I
might have changed but I felt like the ending was worth the read.
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