Lost in a society that doesn’t understand Franklin or why she would ever choose to be with a man who has Asperger's Syndrome, Elsa comes face to face with death, destruction, and misfortune as she tries to clear his name so they can wed. 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. More

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About Allison Bruning

Allison Bruning has had a passion for writing since childhood. She originally hails from Marion, Ohio but lives in Marfa, Texas with her husband and their Australian Cattle Dog, Lakota Sioux.

Allison enjoys family stories, history and genealogy. Her educational background includes a BA in Theatre Arts with a minor in Anthropology acquired at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas. Allison received National Honor Society memberships in both Theatre Arts and Communication. She was also honored her sophomore year with admission into the All American Scholars register. She holds graduate hours in Cultural Anthropology and Education. In 2007, Allison was named Who's Who Among America's Educators. She is also the recipient of the Girl Scout Silver and Gold Awards. Allison also holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Full Sail University. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Education from Walden University.

Allison interests include Ohio Valley history, anthropology, travel, culture, history, camping, hiking, backpacking, spending time with her family, and genealogy.

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Review by: Ruby Moon-Houldson on Oct. 14, 2013 : (no rating)
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 conflicts they experience. The characters come alive so that the reader feels both their pain and their joy and comes to care about what happens to them. They are characters that you think about after you finish reading the book, think about and wonder about and care about. It's a great book!

Reviewed by Dr Ruby Moon-Houldson (Earth Realms Reviews)
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)

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