Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: The Quaker and the Rebel by Mary Ellis #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational historical fiction bookΒ The Quaker and the RebelΒ by Mary Ellis.

Synopsis from the back of the book:

Emily Harrison’s life is being turned upside down. At the beginning of the Civil War, she bravely attempts to continue her parents’ work in the Underground Railroad until their Ohio farm is sold in foreclosure. Now alone and without a home, she accepts a position as a governess with a doctor’s family in slaveholding Virginia. Though it’s dangerous, she decides to continue her rescue efforts from there.

Alexander Hunt, the doctor’s handsome nephew, does not deny a growing attraction to his uncle’s newest employee. But he cannot take time to pursue Emily, for Alexander isn’t what he seems — rich, spoiled, and indolent. He has a secret identity. He is the elusive Gray Wraith, a fearless man who fights the war from the shadows, stealing Union supplies and diverting them to the Southern cause.

The path before Alexander and Emily is complicated. The war brings betrayal, entrapment, and danger. Amid their growing feelings for each other, can they trust God with the challenges they face to provide them with a bright future?

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Mary Ellis, author website


Giveaway

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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: Are you a re-reader? If so, what was the last book you re-read? If not, what book would you like to re-read?

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34 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: The Quaker and the Rebel by Mary Ellis

  1. Yes I’m a re-reader. I have re-read almost all of Laura Frantz’s books. I have read this book once and would like to re-read it.

    1. I have read a few of Laura’s books and they are good. Welcome to my website Kailey and thanks for commenting. πŸ™‚

  2. I am a re-reader. the last book I re-read was “Josiah for President” by Martha Bolton
    We also saw the theater musical of this book in Shipshewana, Indiana
    WONDERFUL both book and theater

  3. I am definitely a re-reader! I love going back to some of my favorite books. The last one I re-read was “Friends & Foes” by Sarah Eden. I’m working my way through that series again.

  4. I rarely re-read. I have too many books that I want to read. I did read Fatal Vision several times simply because the story fascinated me and the science in it was interesting.

    1. I can relate Gail. There are soooo many good books out there and not enough time to read them all! πŸ™‚

  5. I am a re-reader and last one i re read was Shannon Taylor Vannatter’s rodeo series

  6. I am not a re reader but if I was I would either read Katie Ganshert’s or Irene Hannon’s books

  7. I’m not currently a re-reader, but that’s because my TBR stack is so big! Maybe when I’m older I’ll take the time to reread some of my favorites! Lol

  8. I’m not usually a re-reader, but I have read Debbie Macomber’ “Blossom Street” series several times. I just love that series!

  9. I have so many books on my TBR list! πŸ™‚ I have read Irene Hannon’s book Fatal Judgment several times… I loved it that much! Nancy Mehl & Candace Calvert are authors I would probably re-read as well.

  10. I am a re-reader, but not in a long time as my tbr list is too large. πŸ™‚ Too many great books always coming out, but I have read the classic Little Women many times!

    1. There is something about settling in with a classic right Laura? I have re-read my copy of Black Beauty many times. It is like an old friend. πŸ™‚

  11. Yes but I have so many to read now, that I don’t really have to anymore with the whole Kindle reading now.

  12. I am not a re-reader. Too many books and not enough time!
    As a teen ir very young adult I do remember re-reading many of Jeanette Oaks books, but it’s been many many years since I re-read anything.

  13. I am a re-reader and while I can’t remember the last book I’ve re-read, I have read Lauraine Snelling’s books at least twice. I have too many books to read to be re-reading any right now.

  14. I’m not a e-reader. Too many books I still have to read. If there’s one book I would re-read it would be “Gone With the Wind”.

  15. I often re-read books, especially if I flew through it the first time.
    Usually, books in my re-read stack are series books — like Harry Potter or The Hunger Games.

  16. I used to reread but can’t find the time lately. I would like to reread The Reason by William Sirls…amazing book.

  17. I rarely re-read books but I would like to re-read the Anne of Green Gables series.

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