Brides of the Empire

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Barbour Pub Incorporated, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 359 pages
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Oppressed but not broken, three young women within the Roman Empire struggle to find true and lasting love. Anna is a Samaritan at a time when the hatred between Samaritans and Jews is at a fever pitch. When she finds herself attracted to a Jewish man, can she bridge the gap between them with her knowledge of Jesus Christ? Sara is a Jewish slave to a wealthy tribune's sister. How can she dare let her Christianity show during Nero's reign of terror? Chara has been bought as a slave by a former slave. Can she trust him when he says, as a Christian, he has no use for a servant?

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User Review  - Dragyn Phayge - Goodreads

I wish I could give it zero stars. I'm really glad I didn't have to pay for this book. It is the most lackluster, unimaginative book I've ever tried to read. Very rarely do I not finish a book, even ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sara Shaw - Goodreads

I have no idea how this and four other books came to my shelf. I just found them,I can't even remember when I got them. I don't even like these kind of cheesy stories lol. Not gonna read unless they are the last books I own (which is too many) Read full review

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Mindrup is a full-time homemaker and home-school teacher. A "radical feminist" turned "radical Christian.

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