Once again Connilyn brings the setting and characters to life. The ability for the author to paint a picture of history, war, pain, faith, mercy, love, forgiveness and redemption. That His love withstands everything regardless of what we go through. Have you ever read a book that pulls you in from page one? Each page I heard people in the market place, the conversations that Rivkah had as a scribe.
Rivkah, a strong woman who has recently been widowed agrees to marry her dead husband’s, younger brother, Malakhi. Through the encouragement of a friend, they both away to find freedom but instead finds oppression. Malakhi who is forced grow up while at the same time learning to deal with rejection, injuries that he sustained during war time, and lost love. The two of them question God’s faithfulness. Will their faith be restored? Where will God lead them?
Another well written book that will transport you back to Old Testament Times. The ending did not disappoint and book four will be released in 2020.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author and the publisher and was not required to post a positive review. All opinions are my own.