Elsa

Elsa Alternate cover edition can be found here All Elsa Garrett wants in life is to be Franklin s wife He s asked her father for her hand and knows he has permission to ask her Yet when and how would her b

  • Title: Elsa
  • Author: Allison Bruning
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alternate cover edition can be found here.All Elsa Garrett wants in life is to be Franklin s wife He s asked her father for her hand and knows he has permission to ask her Yet when and how would her boyfriend with Aspergers Syndrome ask the question When Franklin has a diabetic seizure all hope seems lost once Elsa learns Franklin can no longer marry her due to an obscuAlternate cover edition can be found here.All Elsa Garrett wants in life is to be Franklin s wife He s asked her father for her hand and knows he has permission to ask her Yet when and how would her boyfriend with Aspergers Syndrome ask the question When Franklin has a diabetic seizure all hope seems lost once Elsa learns Franklin can no longer marry her due to an obscure law in Ohio relating to his seizure With the help of Franklin s parents, Elsa has a plan But will it work Lost in a society that doesn t understand Franklin or why she would ever choose to be with him, Elsa comes face to face with death, destruction, and misfortune as she tries to clear her boyfriend s name With each step towards progress Elsa falls two steps behind One simple task shifts her entire life towards a direction she could have never imagined Alone, pregnant, and without her Franklin, is despair all she has to look forward to in her new life, or will fate finally bring them together

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    1. In the early 1900's in Ohio there was a a law that forbade a man (or woman) from obtaining a marriage licence if they were insane, an imbecile, epileptic or a drunkard. This was to protect future generations from having these bad qualities passed down.Elsa Garrett and Franklin Raymond were in love. Franklin, however had some social issues where he didn't like to talk to people or be touched by them. There were many who thought he should be placed in an asylum and forgotten. But with Elsa, Frankl [...]

    2. free book for honest review. juliesbookreviewAll Elsa Garrett wants in life is to be Franklin’s wife. He’s asked her father for her hand and knows he has permission to ask her. Yet when and how would her boyfriend with Aspergers Syndrome ask the question? When Franklin has a diabetic seizure all hope seems lost once Elsa learns Franklin can no longer marry her due to an obscure law in Ohio relating to his seizure. With the help of Franklin’s parents, Elsa has a plan. But will it work? Lost [...]

    3. I have finished the book ‘Elsa’ by Allison Bruning and found it to be an excellent story. I could picture the characters in my mind but the author’s description of characters and of their struggles was especially vivid. A writer who can convey that to a reader is a good writer. Besides the emotions experienced by the reader as a result of the conflicts with nature, there are also the feelings experienced in reading about the wonderfully developed characters in this book and the personal co [...]

    4. This novel -- the first of The Secret Heritage Series -- has all the elements necessary to be a success. The family saga is very well developed, and the psychological traits of the main characters are faithfully portrayed. In fact, I found the ability of Ms Bruning to see through Franklin's eyes to be unique. The rituals surrounding a death in the family were surprisingly similar to those still followed in some parts of my area of the planet. And the sexual scenes are well written. The story is [...]

    5. Ms. Bruning embraces the difficult task of showing what life is like on the flip side of autism, taking the reader into the controlled structure that stumbles over daily life with all of its unexpected twists and turns.Read full review in the 2014 May issue of InD’tale Magazine.

    6. Allison Bruning brings the characters to life. You feel like you are the characters in the book. That is the way a book should make you feel!

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